How the COVID-19 Epidemic is like Cybersecurity
Nick Vigier, CxO Advisor, Coalfire
Today, every citizen is on the front lines of the epidemic. We are flooded with information about staying safe, keeping an eye out, and left to process unfamiliar language. We are all suddenly doctors and epidemiologists analyzing information and predicting how the world is changing. With countless health professionals, scientists, and officials publishing cautionary tales, it may sound like when your organization’s CISO tells you that Cybersecurity is everyone’s job, and perhaps throws some cyber-jargon at you.
A Cyber Engineering Primer: Automated Tools for Compliance Auditing
Kyle Snavely, Senior Consultant, Cyber Engineering, Coalfire
Cybersecurity practitioners sometimes forget to define and explain the terms we use during the course of our work. Thus, my colleagues and I have embarked on a series of posts that provide a primer on some of the most important cyber engineering practices. In this post, we will focus on configuration management (CM.
A Cyber Engineering Primer: System Compliance and Hardening
Timberly Deane and Alyssa Stackpole, Cyber Engineering Associates, Coalfire
Cybersecurity is a hot topic for just about everyone: it affects organizations as well as individuals, workers, and citizens. Each of us needs at least a basic understanding of how to safely use and protect the devices and systems that are a part of our day-to-day lives.
Takeaways from GAM 2018: Internal Audit Embraces Cybersecurity
Nick Son, Vice President, Cyber Risk Services, Coalfire
Last week, the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) held its 2018 Global Audit Management Conference at the Aria Resort in Las Vegas. With over 1,700 attendees, this was the most well-attended event in the history of the conference. Coalfire was one of the sponsors, and we were delighted to meet with so many forward-thinking audit executives and practitioners.
Capital One Fraud Seminar Recap
Michael Pitcher, Vice President, Technical Cyber Services, Coalfire Federal
Recently, I was honored to be invited as a panelist at a recent seminar hosted by Capital One Spark Business to share some views on fraud prevention and cybersecurity with their customers. I was joined by a few other industry experts, Gerald Glickman, a Manager of Capital One’s Fraud Analysis team, and Jennifer Smith, who led the Cybersecurity and Data Privacy group at the Shulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker law firm, to round out a diverse group from various parts of the industry. Each of us deal with fraud daily, but we have very different roles: Jennifer on the litigation side, Gerald from inside a bank, and myself from the technical perspective. Read more