From the final days of Watergate to the great financial crisis of 2008, Dick Cheney has been front-and-center in many of America’s most significant and consequential political events. Cheney’s political resume is nothing short of legendary – youngest Chief of Staff to ever serve a President of the United States, Wyoming’s lone Congressman for a
In the not so distant past, the term cyber insurance was about as foreign a concept as anything in business. After all, businesses had general liability policies, error and omissions policies, and other coverage, so why cyber insurance? Fast forward to 2019 and cyber insurance has now become an essential safeguard in the world of
AI – also known as “Artificial Intelligence” – is intelligence demonstrated via processing by machines, particularly, computing systems. Remember the fear many years ago, “will robots replace humans”? Thankfully, that won’t happen anytime soon – or hopefully, ever – but AI is growing aggressively, becoming one of technology’s great disrupters of the new millennium. The
We now have another buzzword in the InfoSec world – and in all honesty – it’s not a bad one, and maybe one that sticks and actually hangs around! So, what is ZERO TRUST? Zero Trust was essentially created by none other than John Kindervag while serving as vice president and principal analyst for Forrester
The FBI is taking note of ransomware, warning organizations of the seriousness of this issue. “Ransomware attacks are becoming more targeted, sophisticated, and costly, even as the overall frequency of attacks remains consistent,” FBI officials wrote. “…the losses from ransomware attacks have increased significantly, according to complaints received by IC3 and FBI case information.” Ransomware
The world is awash in cybersecurity attacks, and there seems to be no end in sight. What was once a rarity is now being accepted as commonplace in today’s world as data breaches just keep coming and coming, an almost one-way freight train that can’t be stopped. Think of the recent high-profile cyber-attacks and how
Stuxnet was the cyber weapon that sent the Iranian centrifuges crashing at the Natanz nuclear facility – a highly coordinated effort between the United States and Israeli known by the code name Olympic Games. Operation Olympic games began in earnest in 2007 as a way to deter, and ultimately destroy, Iran’s uranium enrichment measures. The
Edward Snowden said he couldn’t find any evidence that the government was hiding aliens. Snowden would not have known anyway, and here’s why…….
Edward Snowden is once again making headlines, this time about aliens. They don’t exist, according to Snowden, because he had “…ridiculous access to the networks of the NSA, the CIA, the military, all these groups. I couldn’t find anything.” That, according to Snowden while appearing on an an episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast.
Information technology has completely transformed society – there’s no debating that – such as the early morning espresso machine that ingeniously pours the perfect cup of caffeine, to the complex computer software programs capable of processing literally millions of requests within microseconds, or less. It’s a great time to be alive, maybe even the best
19 Proven Ways Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) Can Grow Their Business in 2019, and Beyond
Hey Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs), you’ve got clients, but you want more, which means you’re more than likely competing with other MSSPs offering similar services and going after similar clients. The end result is competing on price. Stop! Growing your business is not about competing on pricing alone, it’s about offering new, innovative products