Pipeline hack raises cybersecurity concerns in Colorado

5/13 /2021, Originally Featured in KRDO  “Mark Weatherford, the Chief Strategy Officer for the National Cybersecurity Center in Colorado Springs, said that this is one of the most significant cyberattacks in history because it caused the physical and economic impacts of shutting down the gas supply to so many states. He said ransomware attacks are

Pipeline hack raises cybersecurity concerns in Colorado2021-05-13T13:19:31-06:00

The Washington Post- The Cybersecurity 202: U.S. government ability to protect itself from Russian hackers has gotten worse, experts say

1/8/2021, Originally Featured in The Washington Post "The U.S. government's ability to protect itself from Russian hackers has gotten worse, according to a majority of experts surveyed by The Cybersecurity 202.  That assessment of 63 percent of The Network, a panel of more than 100 cybersecurity experts who participate in our ongoing informal survey, came in

The Washington Post- The Cybersecurity 202: U.S. government ability to protect itself from Russian hackers has gotten worse, experts say2021-01-15T10:33:08-07:00

Government Technology- In the Shift to Telework, Can We Secure the Virtual Office?

10/1/2020, Originally Featured in Government Technology  "Jim Weaver, chief information officer of Washington state, refers to the pandemic as the state’s new chief innovation officer. “It is demonstrating to agency leaders the transformative opportunities that some technology tools bring to how business can be done as opposed to how it has always been done,” he said." Read

Government Technology- In the Shift to Telework, Can We Secure the Virtual Office?2020-12-12T14:53:49-07:00

CSO- Ransomware attacks growing in number, severity: Why experts believe it will get worse

9/21/2020, Originally Featured in CSO "Ransomware has become the most chronic and common threat to digital networks. At a time when 41% of all cybersecurity insurance claims flow from ransomware attacks, it’s no surprise that ransomware is top of mind for leading security experts, government officials and law enforcement leaders." Read the Full Article Here: https://www.csoonline.com/article/3575365/ransomware-attacks-growing-in-number-severity-why-experts-believe-it-will-get-worse.html

CSO- Ransomware attacks growing in number, severity: Why experts believe it will get worse2020-12-13T18:25:38-07:00

Forbes- The Steps CIOs Must Take To Deal With Ransomware Attacks Like The One That Hit Garmin

7/29/2020, Originally Featured in Forbes "It’s rare these days for a week to go by without hearing about another big ransomware event that has either disabled a company or cost an organization millions of dollars in mitigation costs. Garmin was reportedly hit by a ransomware attack on July 23 that took down its Garmin Connect service, which customers

Forbes- The Steps CIOs Must Take To Deal With Ransomware Attacks Like The One That Hit Garmin2020-12-17T15:20:35-07:00

SC Magazine- Arkansas, Illinois COVID-19 unemployment websites leak data

5/19/2020, Originally Featured in SC Magazine "Arkansas and Illinois both reportedly exposed sensitive citizen data after failing to adequately secure web services that the states urgently propped up in order to process applications for the federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program." Read the Full Article Here: https://www.scmagazine.com/website-web-server-security/arkansas-illinois-covid-19-unemployment-websites-leak-data/ 

SC Magazine- Arkansas, Illinois COVID-19 unemployment websites leak data2020-12-20T23:19:17-07:00
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