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  • Cybersecurity Research Reveals Risk is Shifting to Midsized Businesses

    Coalfire, a provider of cybersecurity advisory and assessment services, today released its second annual Penetration Risk Report. The research, based on hundreds of engagements performed by the company’s adversarial simulation and penetration testing team, Coalfire Labs, shows that the highest risk factors have flipped from large enterprises to midsized businesses over the last year due to the continuing migration to cloud computing across all public and private sectors.

  • Coalfire Receives Prestigious CREST Accreditation

    Coalfire, a provider of cybersecurity advisory and assessment services, today announced that its adversarial simulation and penetration testing division, Coalfire Labs, has been awarded the prestigious CREST accreditation in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

  • Coalfire Objects to All Charges Pending in Cybersecurity Trespass Case

    Coalfire, a provider of cybersecurity advisory and assessment services, today announced that charges were reduced from felony accusations of burglary to the lesser offense of criminal trespass for two of its employees that were arrested while conducting legal and authorized cybersecurity penetration tests at an Iowa courthouse shortly after midnight on September 11th.

  • Coalfire CEO Tom McAndrew statement

    The ongoing situation in Iowa is completely ridiculous, and I hope that the citizens of Iowa continue to push for justice and common sense. Today, we found out that charges against Justin Wynn and Gary DeMercurio, the two Coalfire employees at the center of the Dallas County Courthouse incident on September 11, 2019, have been reduced from felony accusations of Burglary in the third-degree and possession of burglary tools to criminal trespass.

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