Archive for 'Controls' Category
The cybersecurity industry faces challenges, and some of them may involve your business… An article review. In a world where threats to your organization’s electronic assets are constantly emerging and evolving a cybersecurity insurance policy can help mitigate risk…but what kind of risk does the cybersecurity insurance industry face? A new article in the Harvard […]
infotex does not use SolarWinds… We are protecting our Clients! Another blog post meant to inspire thought about IT Governance . . . . To all infotex managed security service Clients: As recently reported by major news outlets there is currently an ongoing attack on SolarWinds Orion network monitoring software builds released between March and June […]
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Thanks for being interested in our Technology Planning Webinars! This year‘s annual webinar on the subject will include a review of the previous years’ movies that are already available, and a discussion about alternative tactics that have arisen from recent virtual conferences and regulator panels. Below is the 2020 Technology Planning movie! We will be […]
Another one of those Dan’s New Leaf Posts, meant to inspire thought about IT Governance . . . . For all the same reasons a board of directors would want to establish a risk appetite statement on loan risk or other major risk categories, the 2015 Cybersecurity Assessment Tool gave us the ability to establish […]
Password expiration rules can create more problems than they solve… An article review. Passwords, it seems, are a lot like diets. They’re often necessary, but no one really wants to have to deal with them–and we’re always looking for the next trick to make the process easier. And just like there’s always a new diet […]
As user awareness grows, criminals are changing their tactics… An article review. First, some good news: Users are becoming more aware of phishing attacks, especially high-ranking users such as executives. Unfortunately, the bad news is that criminals are aware of this and are adapting their strategies to target new groups. The new targets, according to […]
Risk isn’t the only thing to consider when planning a decision tree. Another one of those Dan’s New Leaf Posts, meant to inspire thought about IT Governance . . . . During tuning, we’re sometimes asked, as we help our MSSP Clients establish a detailed decision tree (modify our default to their own situation), “are […]
The first in our guest author series, this article by Eric Kroeger and Jason Mikolanis explains the difference between patch and vulnerability management.
Bill Burr admits security advice actually created more vulnerable passwords. An article review. If you’ve ever angrily questioned some seemingly arbitrary rule when creating a new password, there is some vindication for you: the former government official whose password security suggestions became the basis for many organization’s own standards now says he regrets writing the […]