Towerwall is proud to offer our new vCISO Program. Introducing Towerwall’s vCISO Program, our unique approach to Virtual CISO. Offering three distinct partner options, our vCISO solutions are tailor fit to your organization’s security needs. Recognizing many small and mid-sized companies have security concerns, yet do not warrant a full-time position, the Towerwall vCISO Platform … Continue reading Introducing Towerwall’s vCISO Services
secuProvided by William Gallagher Associates Insurance Brokers, Inc. News broke last week that Anthem, the nation’s second-largest health insurance carrier, was the victim of a data breach by external hackers. This breach affects both current and potentially former clients of Anthem. WGA is monitoring the situation on an ongoing basis, and here is what we … Continue reading Data Privacy Alert Vol 13.83 – Anthem Healthcare Breach
Towerwall Founder and CEO Michelle Drolet’s latest article “Bridging the Cybersecurity Skills Gap: 3 Big Steps” is featured in the InformationWeek Dark Reading. Read more below: The stakes are high. Establishing clear pathways into the industry, standardizing jobs, and assessing skills will require industry-wide consensus and earnest collaboration. There is a dangerous dearth of qualified Information … Continue reading “Bridging the Cybersecurity Skills Gap: 3 Big Steps” Featured in InformationWeek Dark Reading
Our Michelle Drolet is quoted in NetworkWorld’s article “Are mobile apps putting your data at risk?“. Read more below: Quite often, companies don’t realize that the mobile apps they use are reason for concern. Once their data is breached, they begin to investigate. However, there are telltale signs that indicate an insecure mobile app. If you know … Continue reading Michelle Drolet published in NetworkWorld – Are mobile apps putting your data at risk?
The funkily-named bug of the week is GHOST. Its official moniker is the less catchy CVE-2015-0235, and it’s a vulnerability caused by a buffer overflow in a system library that is used in many, if not most, Linux distributions. A buffer overflow is where you assume, for example, that when you handle a four-byte network number written out as … Continue reading Data Privacy Alert Vol 13.82 – The GHOST vulnerability – what you need to know
Please save the date and plan to join us for this timely forum on what you need to know about the latest security issues, threats, and technologies that will help you protect your business! June 4, 2015 8:00AM – 1:00PM MassBay Community College 50 Oakland Street | Wellesley Hills, MA 02481 Pre-registration required. … Continue reading Save the Date: Please join us at the Information Security Summit 2015
Anthem, the nation’s second-largest health insurance company, is the latest target of a security breach. Eighty million customers, including the company’s own CEO, are at risk of having their personal information stolen. VPC SAN FRANCISCO – As many as 80 million customers of the nation’s second-largest health insurance company, Anthem Inc., have had their account information … Continue reading Data Privacy Alert Vol 13.81 – Massive breach at health care company Anthem Inc.
As the International Consumer Electronice Show (CES) 2015 brings forth the next generation of devices to watch out for, it also opens issues of digital security. While new technologies and devices are always interesting, they also have the potential to burn consumers and vendors with risks to security and privacy. With these in mind, we picked … Continue reading Data Privacy Alert Vol 13.80 – CES 2015 Trends that Can Impact Data and Privacy
Our Michelle Drolet is quoted in NetworkWorld’s article “Throw your vendor under the bus after a breach? Not quite so fast“. Read more below: In everyday business, a complex set of external relationships is commonplace. Services, infrastructure, and even software live in the cloud, supplied by third parties. An organization’s value is often in the data it … Continue reading Michelle Drolet published in NetworkWorld – Throw your vendor under the bus after a breach? Not quite so fast
As we approach the end of the year, let’s have a look back at the top hacking incidents of 2014. This year, we might have witnessed the most damaging attack of the decade. It will not be easy beating the Sony attack. SONY On November 24th all of Sony Pictures employees’ computer screens started showing a … Continue reading Data Security Alert Vol 13.79 – The Top Hacks of the Year