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Delivering maximum value is a momentous challenge for cybersecurity organizations. It takes a decisive effort to organize and prioritize the proper goals that are meaningful to the business, and establish operational excellence to deliver…
Jul 11
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Jul 7
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Jun 28
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
In the next few years, the biggest challenge in cybersecurity won’t be dealing with a specific threat, but rather conveying a meaningful value proposition throughout the organization, and especially to the C-suite and board. It is key to the…
Jun 27
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
Per the 2022 Hiscox Cyber Readiness report (survey), #cybersecurity spending increased 60% and median costs of incidents have risen 29% in the past year!  This is not sustainable!  Something must give if organizations are degrading at these…
May 18
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
US Treasury sanctions a cryptocurrency mixing site for supporting North Korean hackers who have been stealing hundreds of millions of dollars.  Blender.io is a virtual currency mixing site that obfuscates the origins of cryptocurrency coin…
May 9
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
Ransomware attacks and payments are increasing, with most revenue going to Russian attackers. It is time to revisit outlawing Ransomware payments.Some stats to hammer the situation home:Sophos ransomware report indicates:- Ransom attacks are more…
Apr 30
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
Thanks to DynamicCISO for a great discussion about the changing landscape of cybersecurity and how we must all adapt to drive trust into the global digital ecosystem. The key to our success is to think ahead and show leadership in managing…
Apr 28
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
Happy Privacy Day to all those privacy professionals out there that work to make our digital world more safe, respectful, and private.Now more than ever, respecting privacy in our rapidly digitizing world, is important.  Over the past many years,…
Feb 1
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
Dive into the ever-changing roles and responsibilities of the cybersecurity space with seasoned leader Deidre Diamond on this new episode of The Cybersecurity Vault. Learn about some of the industry’s recent and longstanding challenges and how to…
Jan 26
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
Norton recently announced its Anti-Virus product will have a new feature that enables mining of Ethereum cryptocurrency for their customers, if they choose to participate.  Is this a nice benefit for users or a reckless move to that increases…
Jan 19
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
2022 will be a very tumultuous year for cybersecurity professionals. The underlying fundamentals that drive major shifts of the cybersecurity industry — technologies, threats, and economic factors, will introduce new risks and combine to…
Jan 15
Matthew Rosenquist commented on Matthew Rosenquist's blog post Cybersecurity Insights Video - Criminalizing Ransomware Payments with Malcolm Harkins
"Chris Gebhardt Perhaps I am not articulating the plan clearly.  Criminalizing the payments is the act which gets the first domino to fall, but it is not the actual control which inhibits attacks.  What results from that first move is a chain…"
Jan 14
Chris Gebhardt commented on Matthew Rosenquist's blog post Cybersecurity Insights Video - Criminalizing Ransomware Payments with Malcolm Harkins
"We made using drugs and narcotics illegal. Still have users.
We made human trafficking illegal.  Still have that.
We made homicide illegal.  Still have crimes of passion.
We made insider trading illegal. Still have them.
We made tax evasion…"
Jan 14
Matthew Rosenquist commented on Matthew Rosenquist's blog post Cybersecurity Insights Video - Criminalizing Ransomware Payments with Malcolm Harkins
"Chris Gebhardt Criminalizing payments stops all those organizations from funding cybercrimanls that may attack or impact you.  Stop the funding of crime.  As long as cybercriminals are being paid, they will continue to victimize.  More attacks, more…"
Jan 13
Chris Gebhardt commented on Matthew Rosenquist's blog post Cybersecurity Insights Video - Criminalizing Ransomware Payments with Malcolm Harkins
"This is a zero sum game argument.  If you criminalize the payments, then you force organizations to act as criminals.  They will go underground to restore their business operations. If you don't criminalize the payments, it is still a deminishing…"
Jan 13
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