Our own Michelle Drolet sits down with tED Magazine to discuss what security measures companies can take to protect their data. Read the full article >
We need to secure the internet of things. The internet of things (IoT) is all about connecting devices to the internet so that they can talk to each other and to us, to make life more convenient. That might mean turning on the lights when we get up, or allowing us to use our phones … Continue reading IoT Could Be Our Downfall
The Silicon Review has declared SnoopWall is One of the 50 Fastest Growing Tech Companies for 2016. SnoopWall, Inc. delivers breach prevention technology that helps small to medium size enterprises (SMEs) get one step ahead of the next cyber-criminal, malicious insider, phishing attacks, ransomware or zero-day malware behind the corporate firewall. Customer adoption and … Continue reading Congratulations to our Partner Snoopwall for Being Named One of the 50 Fastest Growing Tech Companies for 2016
Great turnout this year at Worcester Business Journal’s Outstanding Women in Business Awards Our own founder and CEO Michelle Drolet was voted among six other local business leaders as “2016 Outstanding Women in Business” by the Worcester Business Journal. “The winners were selected on their career achievements, ability to transcend both male- and female-dominated professions, … Continue reading Great turnout at the Outstanding Women in Business Awards
Join us for our next InfoSec at Your Services Meetup: “Staying on Top of Your Info Sec Game” by Candy Alexander When: Thursday, January 19, 2017 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM Where: Margaritas Mexican Restaurant 725 Cochituate Rd , Framingham, MA Host: Candy Alexander Meet Candy > We will discuss: As you’ve probably heard, … Continue reading InfoSec at Your Services Meetup: Staying on Top of Your Info Sec Game by Candy Alexander – Thursday, January 19, 2017
Find out how to prepare for new EU legislation on data collection and security In 2012, the European Commission proposed new regulations on data protection that would supersede the national laws of the 28 EU member states. It was formally approved in April this year, and it will go into effect May 25, 2018. This … Continue reading What is the General Data Protection Regulation and why should you care?
Company among top 20 recognized for their IT security leadership and innovation BOSTON – November 15, 2016 – Towerwall (www.towerwall.com), a data security services provider for small to mid-size businesses, today announced that Cyber Defense Magazine has named Towerwall a “Cyber Security Leader for 2016.” Towerwall was among the top 20 companies to receive … Continue reading Towerwall Named Cyber Security Leader for 2016
The key to securing against this threat lies in a common metaphor—if a ship has a hole, it is better to patch the breach than bail the water Data breaches are increasingly becoming an expensive problem for more and more companies. According to the most recent Ponemon Institute Data Breach report, insecure data cost … Continue reading 7 Steps to Proactive Security
Michelle Drolet, CEO of Towerwall in Framingham, is an innovative thinker. Never one to shy away from looking at new factors that come into a situation with an open perspective, she has a few things she’s learned about good management and good leadership along the way. First, she delegates more. “When I first started, it … Continue reading Michelle Drolet featured in WBJ: Building Walls and Breaking Barriers
The average cost of a data breach involving fewer than 10,000 records was $5 million The American public has become so inured to data breaches that it’s difficult to remember them all. Infamous breaches like the ones at Target and Sony become almost forgettable when confronted with the recently disclosed half-billion accounts compromised at Yahoo … Continue reading How Much Does a Data Breach Actually Cost?