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InfoSec Talks: Malware in the time of COVID-19

By Michelle Drolet . 18 May 2020

Live online June 4, 2020 12:00 pm ET Presented by Diana Kelley, Cybersecurity Field CTO, Microsoft Michelle Drolet, CEO, Towerwall   Wherever we turn it feels like the news is all COVID-19 all the time. Many of us are feeling stressed and overwhelmed and attackers know it. At Microsoft, we’ve seen an increase in the … Continue reading InfoSec Talks: Malware in the time of COVID-19

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Q&A Panel: How to Stay Cybersafe in 2020

By Michelle Drolet . 18 May 2020

Live online Thursday, May 28 at 3:30 p.m. ET Cyberthreats morph rapidly as they try to stay ahead of our defenses; wearing new disguises and breaking down virtual barriers in unique ways. The answer to, “How do I remain secure?” changes as quickly as the cyberthreats we face. Join us for an interactive Q&A Panel … Continue reading Q&A Panel: How to Stay Cybersafe in 2020

10 Things I know about… COVID-19 scams

By Michelle Drolet . 22 Apr 2020

10. Pandemic panic Criminals thrive during a crisis, knowing people under stress and distraction are more prone to readily click a text or email link without thought to its legitimacy. As such, COVID-19-related phishing attacks grew 600% in the first quarter. 9. FTC Warnings The Federal Trade Commission just reported $12 million in coronavirus scams calling it the … Continue reading 10 Things I know about… COVID-19 scams

10 Things I Know About…Setting up a Crisis Response Plan

By Michelle Drolet . 13 Apr 2020

10) Start with a plan. Companies of all shapes and sizes should draft a distinct crisis response plan. Existing disaster recovery plans or business continuity plans might not suffice. 9) Lead with leadership. Pick a small team responsible for your plan. Get buy-in from the top, pull in human resources, finance, IT. Develop policies minimizing … Continue reading 10 Things I Know About…Setting up a Crisis Response Plan

Tips For Setting Up A Cybersecure Response Plan

By Michelle Drolet . 1 Apr 2020

As the novel coronavirus (which causes COVID-19) continues to spread around the world, businesses must do what they can to prepare for absent staff and possible periods of enforced closure. In general, it’s vital that companies of all sizes and types draft a distinct crisis response plan because existing disaster recovery plans or business continuity … Continue reading Tips For Setting Up A Cybersecure Response Plan

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Webinar: What’s New in PenTera

By Michelle Drolet . 20 Mar 2020

Join our partner Pcysys for their latest webinar: What’s New in PenTera Thursday, March 26th 3:00 PM GMT | 10:00 AM EST In the upcoming What’s New webinar, we’ll go over the new features and enhancements in PenTera version 4.0. You’ll learn about our new: Revamped User Interface Direct Access to Entire Remediation Wiki Web … Continue reading Webinar: What’s New in PenTera

10 Things I know about… Cybersecurity

By Michelle Drolet . 20 Mar 2020

10) High priority. 64% of businesses are prioritizing IT security above everything else and 80% of small and medium businesses rank IT security as a top business priority. 9) Bad news. A successful cyber-attack can damage your company reputation beyond repair including financial losses, intellectual property theft and erosion of customer confidence and trust. 8) … Continue reading 10 Things I know about… Cybersecurity

An Important Message from Towerwall’s CEO

16 Mar 2020

As a valued customer, I appreciate the trust you place in your Towerwall team. I want to assure you that the safety and security of our customers and employees is Towerwall’s highest priority. Given the heightened business environment due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), our top priority is to ensure the continuity of our support services … Continue reading An Important Message from Towerwall’s CEO

Flawed Mobile Voting App Highlights Need For Proper Testing

By Michelle Drolet . 11 Mar 2020

When apps are developed in a hurry and not properly put through their paces, the risk of something going wrong is high, as the Iowa Democratic Party just learned to its cost. Creating secure, fully functional mobile apps takes time and requires stringent testing. In the aftermath of the delayed results for Iowa’s Democratic presidential caucuses, it … Continue reading Flawed Mobile Voting App Highlights Need For Proper Testing

The CCPA is an Opportunity to Get Your Data Security House in Order

By Michelle Drolet . 20 Feb 2020

As California’s privacy legislation goes into effect, it’s time to take stock of your security strategies around data and think about the future. The trend towards greater privacy is set to continue. The big data grab drove companies to stockpile data, with little thought of how to use it, and even less thought about how … Continue reading The CCPA is an Opportunity to Get Your Data Security House in Order

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