by T.J. Minichillo [This is the fourth of a 4-part series about what it means to be truly resilient in the cyber security industry] If your journey of 1,000 digital transformation miles begins with a single step, here’s step one: recognize that digital transformation isn’t just about technology. It’s about making business processes and workflows… Continue reading How to Be a Hero in Your Digital Transformation Journey
by T.J. Minichillo [This is the third of a 4-part series about what it means to be truly resilient in the cyber security industry] In my previous post, I explained why enabling business growth is the essence of resilience and why secure, uninterrupted data flows are the heart and soul of every resilient company. Data… Continue reading What Would a Truly Cyber Resilient Security World Look Like?
by T.J. Minichillo [This is the second of a 4-part series about what it means to be truly resilient in the cyber security industry] In my previous post, I challenged every infosec professional attending RSA’s virtual conference this week to dispel their preconceived notions of “resilience” by opening their minds to a massive new cybersecurity paradigm… Continue reading Elegance and Simplicity: the Essence of Cybersec Resilience
by T.J. Minichillo [This is the first of a 4-part series about what it means to be truly resilient in the cyber security industry] As RSA’s 2021 virtual conference got underway today, Keyavi Data received top honors in three categories at the 9th annual Global Infosec Awards: Cybersecurity Startup of the Year, Hot Company in Data Security and Self-protecting Data… Continue reading Keyavi Wins Big at the Global InfoSec Awards during RSA 2021: So What Does That Mean for You?
By T.J. Minichillo and Celine Gravelines Cybersecurity, like life itself, underwent cataclysmic changes as COVID-19 spread around the world during 2020. Millions of employees everywhere were suddenly working from home remotely, stretching network perimeters far beyond their organization’s headquarters. To stay afloat amid the economic downturn while supporting their distributed workforce, many organizations had to… Continue reading Top 2021 Cybersecurity Trends and Threat Predictions
Cybersecurity and Threat Intelligence Expert Says Businesses Can Protect Data Simply and Affordably By T.J. Minichillo. As the pandemic reshapes where and how we work, small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) through enterprise-level face incredibly tough decisions around business continuity and staying afloat financially. Cyber attacks may seem like a distant worry, but studies show that bad actors are taking even… Continue reading Top 5 Tips for Staying Ahead of Cyber Criminals During Heightened COVID-19 Workforce Attacks
By Elliot Lewis. Your security strategy need to be NIMBLE, ELASTIC and FLEXIBLE or you will not be able to deal with the inevitable security incidents that will arise despite your best laid plans and designs. No environment stays static over time – and therefore no threat model is a constant model. Any security architecture, and the… Continue reading Rigidity is Detrimental to Your Security Architecture: The Principle of Nimble & Elastic Flexibility
By Elliot Lewis. You can keep your security at a “state of the art’ level despite the ever-changing and advancing world of IT solutions by using the techniques of Mitigation Effectiveness analysis. In my last article, about the Principle of Imminent Obsolescence, I discussed how any given security mitigation can, and will, eventually go obsolete based… Continue reading How To Know When Your Security Is Going Stale: The Principle of Mitigation Effectiveness
By Elliot Lewis. WHAT IS IMMINENT OBSOLESCENCE? If you are running a business in today’s world of almost constant technology change—your security mitigations will eventually become more ineffectual for you over time unless you are watching for Imminent Obsolescence. Technology is constantly evolving—and security tools need to constantly evolve with it. When vendors engineer their solutions—those solutions… Continue reading Confidence in Your IT Security Shouldn’t Last Forever: The Principle of Imminent Obsolescence