Your Incident Response Plan: 7 Ways to Ensure it Doesn’t Fail Miserably
Every organization, no matter the size, longevity, or brand familiarity will experience some type of business-altering incident during its lifetime. This may be as simple as a PR hiccup or as daunting as a hack into the company’s sensitive information. Without a comprehensive incident response plan, these events can cripple an entire organization, leaving its
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Crisis Management Technology for Safer Schools
“20 Years After Columbine, What Have We Learned? reads the NY Times headline for an article analyzing how our country has been impacted by recurring school shootings: Columbine was more than the deadliest assault till then on a high school in the United States. It was a defining horror of the nascent digital age. Much
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Former Sony Pictures Security Chief, Stevan Bernard, Talks Cybersecurity with Groupdolists
Stevan (Steve) Bernard’s diverse career has spanned nearly 50 years, working and living in over 50 countries and serving in leading roles in both government and the private sector.  On July 1st he founded and launched Bernard Global, LLC. Their scope of services includes advising senior-management on all facets of global protection services; an emphasis on
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Reflecting on the Norsk Hydro Ransomware Attack
Beginning in the early hours of last Tuesday, March 12, global Aluminum manufacturer, Norsk Hydro, became yet another victim of a cyberattack. The attack shut down many of the Oslo-based company’s automated production lines operating in several different continents, forcing a quick switch to manual production.
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