Be Thankful You Created an Incident Response Plan

Be Thankful You Created an Incident Response Plan

Your Thanksgiving table is set: turkey, stuffing, and all the fixings.  After many years of experience, you know to expect the unexpected and are as prepared as can be.

In business, we set the table for strong cybersecurity by having multiple layers of ongoing defense. But what we don’t always plan for is the end-of-day cleanup: in the unfortunate case of a breach or incident, how does the company respond?

Defendify at the Crossroads of Cyber, Security, and Small Business at Largest Annual Northeast U.S. Security Convention

Defendify announces its participation in the upcoming ISC East Show on November 14-15, 2018.

Held at the Javits Center in New York City, the International Security Conference & Exposition is the largest security convention held annually in the Northeast U.S.

Are You Voting For or Against BYOD?

Are You Voting For or Against BYOD?

Using a personal phone, computer, tablet for work is called Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). Most of us are no stranger to the concept, in fact, 64% of all employees report using a personal smartphone for work.

Companies allow personal devices because it’s convenient for the employee and, on the surface, seems to save money. But BYOD can be BYODangerous, so it’s important to closely consider the potential hazards.

Business.com Feature: Everyone a Cyberdefender

Business.com Feature: Everyone a Cyberdefender

We were recently published on Business.com, discussing how cybersecurity isn’t one person’s responsibility. Everyone in the organization is a cyberdefender and needs to be on board to build a genuine culture of cybersecurity. We’ve included a summary and introduction below, but you can check out the full article on Business.com.