Entries by Keith Do

13 Things Tech Leaders Need To Do To Prepare For Decentralization

Forbes Technology Council |  June 30, 2020

3. Remain in control with automation.

“Decentralized” should not mean “out of control.” You still need controls between your crown jewels and your users (both wanted and unexpected). The old medieval castle model didn’t work, but this means there are more perimeters everywhere now. You need automation to […]

The Security Interviews: What CISOs can learn from Covid-19

Computer Weekly |  June 30, 2020

Mike Lloyd, CTO at Redseal, holds 21 cyber security patents and a PhD in stochastic epidemic modelling from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, so is probably the man to talk to when it comes to cyber security in the world of Covid-19.

More than three months into the global Covid-19 coronavirus […]

COVID-19 + Cybersecurity: Parallels and Lessons from a Pandemic

Nuclear Threat Initiative |  June 17, 2020

The following is a conversation between Dr. Mike Lloyd, an epidemiologist-turned-Chief Technology Officer of RedSeal, and Ray Rothrock, member of the NTI Board of Directors and its Science and Technology Advisory Group, and author of “Digital Resilience: Is Your Company Ready for the Next Cyber Threat.”

Ray: Mike, you’re a rare guy: you […]

What is the safest way to buy online?

Credit Donkey |  June 8, 2020

“Never re-use a password when shopping online from new sites. It’s practically impossible to remember all your passwords, but it’s really important to make sure a data breach on one store doesn’t affect your other accounts, so this is why it’s important to use some kind of password manager. […]

AI is a double-edged sword for cybersecurity firms

San Francisco Business Times |  May 19, 2020

The world of cybersecurity is a war between cybercriminals attacking company computers and the protective measures installed by security companies. And fighting on both sides of this battle is artificial intelligence.

“Current AI mechanisms (machine learning and deep learning) are good at spotting patterns that they have […]

RedSeal Appoints New CEO, Bryan Barney, Former Head of Symantec’s Enterprise Security Group

Ray Rothrock, cybersecurity, energy, and venture investing visionary, transitions to Executive Chairman

SAN JOSE, Calif.— June 1, 2020 — RedSeal, whose award-winning cyber terrain analytics platform helps companies measurably reduce their cyber risk, announced today the appointment of Bryan Barney as Chief Executive Officer. Ray Rothrock, an initial investor in RedSeal who has […]

RedSeal Helps Healthcare Organizations Reduce Cyber Risk

MedTech Breakthrough Awards selects RedSeal as best overall healthcare cybersecurity solution

SAN JOSE, Calif. — May 21, 2020 — Today RedSeal announced its cyber terrain analytics platform won the MedTech Breakthrough Award for best overall healthcare cybersecurity solution. This builds on a recent TAG Cyber study that confirms the platform – which automates cybersecurity fundamentals […]

RedSeal Launches Five New Services to Measurably Reduce Cyber Risk Across Remote Workforces

Secure remote workforce, cyber and cloud cyber visibility assessments along with tiered service offerings ensure overtaxed network infrastructures continue to be secure

SAN JOSE, Calif.— In direct response to expanding remote work operations, today RedSeal announced five new services to help enterprises establish safe and secure environments, understand new cyber risks and ensure business continuity.

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Lessons for Cybersecurity From a Pandemic

Business Security Weekly |  May 12, 2020

The coronavirus has focused the world’s attention on disease spread like never before. This discussion will draw out some of the parallels that can inform how we do our work in cybersecurity, and that are helpful in communicating with the people who pay the bills. All the new […]

15 Effective Cybersecurity Strategies For Your Remote Workforce

Forbes | May 12, 2020

10. Know your access points.

The rush to work from home is a situation in which the prepared do better. It’s critical to keep an up-to-date network map to handle whatever comes along. For example, show where your VPN access points are and whether they have the correct access. Most […]