Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
Yet another good reason to not pay ransomware. Cybercriminals are not trustworthy and they are not your friend. They are looking for easy targets and victims that pay. If you do pay, you are on the preferred list and become a target to every…
Wednesday
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
Ransomware risks are skyrocketing with increasing costs, more attacks, and greater impacts that are expanding to affect everyone!It is a growing threat to organizations and national critical infrastructures connected to the Internet.  Ransomware…
Tuesday
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
Ransomware is a rising threat to every organization, device, and person connected to the Internet.  All the products, services, and critical infrastructures are at risk of being victimized.  We are all being impacted by this type of cybercrime and…
Jun 9
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
Cybersecurity can appear random and chaotic, but there are basic fundamentals that drive the course of cyberattacks.  In today’s video, I dive into the two biggest factors that shape cybersecurity risks, attacks, and what drives the direction of the…
Jun 7
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
 Ransomware is a growing problem that must be STOPPED! Cybercriminals are accumulating fortunes by impacting individuals, businesses, critical systems, and digital services. Some victims are paying ransoms in the tens of millions of dollars.In…
May 26
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
Without trust, the adoption slows and therefore spending diminishes over time, which reduces available resources for innovation. Everything becomes inhibited and our digital world stagnates or grinds to a halt.Cybersecurity (security, privacy, and…
May 17
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
The Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, that caused fear of fuel shortages on the US East Coast, might be exactly what the nation needed to improve Critical Infrastructure security!In this week’s video, I discuss why the attack was a much-needed…
May 17
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
The SolarWinds and Exchange supply-chain attacks have highlighted how vulnerable 3rd party and vendor security is for every organization.   The industry must fundamentally change to manage the growing risks and it will take time.  There are some…
May 11
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May 3
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
Cybersecurity for Mergers and Acquisitions is a mess. There are a surprising number of significant unforeseen risks that can wreak havoc on M&A deals. In this week’s fireside chat, I am joined by Justin Daniels, General Counsel/Cybersecurity/Data…
Apr 26
Matthew Rosenquist posted a blog post
Cybersecurity has evolved with the rapid rise of digital transformation, becoming a crucial element of trust for products and services.  No longer just a function of preventing impacts and meeting regulatory requirements, cybersecurity is emerging…
Apr 22
Boris Vishnevsky replied to Debajyoti Das's discussion Please Advice: Looking for SIEM solutions
"Sure - feel free to reach out"
Apr 22
Matthew Rosenquist commented on CISO Platform's blog post I’m a CISO, What’s Next: New Opportunities & More
"I have also seen CISO's move into the role of Chief Trust Officer.  "
Apr 20
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Apr 19
Gokulavan Jayaraman replied to Manikant R Singh's discussion Pointers for BCP evoking in distributed working environments
"1) District wise, state wise, Seismic zone wise employee population analysis is important.
2) Historical Situations arising due to power issues, internet issues, natural calamities and political issues to be collected and impact analysis to be done…"
Apr 15
Matthew Rosenquist posted a video
DeepFake technology is available to everyone and rapidly increasing in its capabilities. It will be used for both entertainment and malicious activities. W...
Mar 17
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