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Take Your SMB Cyber Program from “I Hope,” to “I Know”

As a small business or mid-sized organization, cybersecurity can mean very different things. Most small businesses have less resources available to deal with threats.

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Topics: Tom Bain, CounterTack, EDR, endpoint detection and response, SMB, SMB Security, ThreatScan PRO, on-demand endpoint scanning

The Next Generation Endpoint Is Truly Here

The RSA Conference was an interesting experience, particularly for those in the endpoint security market, or those attempting to break into this emerging market. It seems everyone at this point has some type of endpoint play, regardless of their technology heritage, or prior security focus.

It was at the America’s Growth Capital conference, a simultaneous gathering of investors and security types, that perhaps one of the more interesting panels took place, albeit, the final panel session of the day. With 1 billion endpoints in need of help, its clear this is the hottest market across the broadening security industry. 

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Topics: Cyber Attack, APT, cybersecurity, Tom Bain, Sentinel, endpoint security, CounterTack, Breaches, Zero-day Attack, Neal Creighton, data breach, Big Data Security, EDR, Big Data EDR, RSA Conference 2015, endpoint detection and response, AGC

When Zombies Attack - Hacker Halted and CISO Forum Wrap-up

It’s only so often that you can attend a conference with the dominant theme being the Zombie Apocalypse.

And no more fitting location than Atlanta, where it all started for the ‘Walking Dead.’ Yes, the walkers took Atlanta first and swarmed in an outward fashion from there to swarm the rest of the world for complete domination.

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Topics: APT, cybersecurity, Tom Bain, Sentinel, endpoint security, CounterTack, cybersecurity research, Hacker Halted, CISO Forum 2014, Michael A. Davis, Zombies, EC Council, Hacker Halted 2014, CISO Forum

The First Federally-Funded Cybersecurity Center of Excellence

This news flew under the radar for the most part, and I neglected to pick this up in a timely fashion through my feeds. But MITRE announced that it was awareded $29M to start the first federall-funded cybersecurity of excellence of its kind. Reports also state that this initiative could receive over $5B over the next 25 years. 

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Topics: Cyber Defense, Network Security, APT, cybersecurity, Tom Bain, endpoint security, CounterTack, Security Intelligence, cybersecurity research, cybersecurity R&D

Cyber Resiliency is a Message That Resonates

I've been attending the Inbound Conference, hosted by HubSpot this week, to brush up on a few things in my discipline (Marketing). Speakers present new Marketing strategies, and mainly inspiration for Marketers to find truly different ways to communicate to audiences. Every session focuses on specific tactics, like blogging or email or telling better stories.

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Topics: Cyber Crime, Cyber Defense, Cyber Security, Cyber Attack, APT, cybersecurity, Tom Bain, Sentinel, endpoint security, CounterTack, threat detection, Zero-day Attack, Security Intelligence, Breach, Gartner Cool Vendor

You Don't Need to Break Your Toys Because They 'Don't Work'

Sometimes you can equate certain situations to others, i.e., actions you may take in your professional life might mimic actions you took as a child. 

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Topics: cybersecurity, Tom Bain, malware infection, malware analysis, Scout, Sentinel, automated security intelligence, automated security, endpoint security, CounterTack

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