All companies need a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). This person is responsible for owning your security program, comprehending your security risks, and ensuring they get addressed or accepted. It’s not a job for the faint of heart. Get yourself an experienced CISO or fractional CISO (like Alpine Cyber), and you can thank me later!
Thanksgiving is a time for togetherness and celebrating the good things in our lives. Enjoy that time! But don’t forget that good security practice is ALWAYS important. Stay safe by remembering your training!
To paraphrase Norm Peterson (and date myself), “Passwords. Can’t live with ’em. Pass the beer nuts.” Steve tells you how to take a couple of easy steps to make them as secure as they can be.
Every company needs to be regularly testing user awareness and preparedness for a malicious email. Awareness and preparedness are muscles that must be exercised to stay strong.
Attackers love the holidays. Don’t be surprised – be prepared. Watch Steve give you some tips on how you can be ready, given the short time between now and the holiday rush.