Industries: Financial Services/ Banking

Michelle Drolet

Unauthorized software and devices and stressed and distracted workers have expanded the attack surface and left businesses exposed to a number of cyber-risks. Small and medium-sized businesses in particular are most vulnerable since a majority of them run legacy or outdated systems.

Michelle Drolet

Cybersecurity resilience depends on having a detailed, thorough, and tested breach response plan in place. Here’s how to get started. No matter how secure your business, data breaches are an unfortunate fact of life. Whether an attack is the result of a determined cybercriminal, a disgruntled insider, or simple human error, you can limit the

Michelle Drolet

Covid-19 has disrupted our lives and caused a lot of stress and panic globally. Even though lockdowns may be relaxing, cyber-attacks are showing no signs of slowing down. The pandemic has created the perfect environment for hacktivists to strike with a high degree of success. Let’s understand the top five reasons for this: 1. Expanding

Michelle Drolet

As the average monetary cost of a malware attack continues to increase and currently costs an organization an average of $3.86 M, it is vital to be up to date on detection and prevention best practices. No level of investment prevents or blocks 100% of attacks. You will learn how to continuously identify and address

Michelle Drolet

Many organizations lack the internal expertise to address threat detection and response effectively; MDR can fill the gap. Here’s what to look for when you shop for MDR services. Threat detection and response is a priority for most CISOs because they recognize that the faster a breach is detected and dealt with, the easier and cheaper it is to fix. And since it takes an average of 280 days to identify and contain a breach, according to Ponemon Institute research, there’s plenty of room for improvement.

Michelle Drolet

Per a recent analysis from Microsoft (via The Interpreter), every country in the world has fallen prey to at least one COVID-19-related attack. Homeland Security and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued an advisory back in April relating to heavy exploitation of Covid-19 by malicious cyber actors. A Breeding Ground For Cybercriminals That’s Not Going

Michelle Drolet

Security pros have a lot to juggle, but look in the right places and you can find invaluable assistance for free. Maintaining security is a never-ending business. There’s so much to worry about, from misconfigured software to phishing attacks to a rapidly expanding inventory of devices with their own vulnerabilities and update requirements. We could all use

Michelle Drolet

Live online Friday, July 10th 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. EST Panelist include: Michelle Drolet, Towerwall & Jason Klein, Offit Kurman The threats are real and increasing daily. Learn how you can protect yourself and your cannabis company from unauthorized access to confidential files and proprietary data. By now, we are all too familiar with the

Michelle Drolet

Live online July 2, 2020 12:00 pm ET Panelist include: Michelle Drolet, Towerwall, Itay Nachum, Safe-T, Scott Tingley, Cogito & Tom Ward, Qnext Data breaches are on the rise, highlighting no organization is safe from cyberattacks. One cause is that workforce mobility and cloud computing has placed most workloads beyond the shelter of corporate networks

Kelley Gallo

Please join us for our 8th Annual Information Security Summit! “The Evolving Threat Landscape 2020” This regional event provides participants with an update on the latest developments, trends, and status in information security. With the growing popularity of disruptive technologies, including mobility and cloud computing, social networking, and big data analytics, the accompanying data security