Tag: Information Security

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

Michelle Drolet

Click here for more information & to register! 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!

Michelle Drolet

We will be attending, sponsoring and hosting the following InfoSec events this Spring / Summer. Join us!   Security BSides Boston 2016 Saturday, May 21 2016 Security BSides is the first grass roots, DIY, open security conference in the world! Security BSides is a great combination of two event styles: structured anchor events and grass-roots

Michelle Drolet

Click here for more information & to register! 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!

Michelle Drolet

Once again, the Information Security Summit hosted by Towerwall and MassBay was a resounding success. Hundreds of attendees and vendors participated in  diverse data security panels and networked with industry leaders and peers. The Summit opened with Michelle Drolet, CEO of Towerwall, and Shamsi Moussav, Computer Science Professor at MassBay Community College, presenting scholarships to

Michelle Drolet

Towerwall Founder and CEO Michelle Drolet’s latest article “Secure Your Future with a Virtual CISO” is featured in the Infosecurity Magazine. Read more below: The enterprise is facing a dangerous combination of mounting cybersecurity threats of increasing subtlety and a widening gap in the skills required to identify and combat them. Knowing how to lead the charge

Michelle Drolet

Frequently, 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 what to look for, you may be able to avoid a catastrophic data breach. Mobile apps are everywhere

Michelle Drolet

  Tips for your third-party risk management program “Home Depot said the crooks initially broke in using credentials stolen from a third-party vendor […] Recall that the Target breach also started with a hacked vendor…” — Brian Krebs, Krebs on Security In everyday business, a complex set of external relationships is commonplace. Services, infrastructure, and