Entries by RedSeal

Using RedSeal to Fix Cracks in the Foundation          

Written By Nate L. Cash, RedSeal Senior Network Security Engineer

A house is only as strong as its foundation. You want to ensure that water can’t enter your foundation, or it will compromise the strength of the house. In technology that foundation is your network and hackers are the water. Like water, hackers will slowly […]

Ray Rothrock: Tech Investor Who Runs on Optimism

Tau Beta Pi – The Bent | April 4, 2018

With Ray Rothrock, Chief Executive Officer

Ray Rothrock, the general manager at the Rockefeller family’s venture capital firm, Venrock, moves fast. When opportunity presents itself–and sometimes even when it does not–he plunges forward, certain that action will create its own luck.

Leading Federal Cybersecurity Experts Agree: Federal Agencies Need Integrated and Automated Approach

Recently RedSeal hosted its annual Federal Customer Forum. One of the panels featured a discussion with several luminaries in the federal government cybersecurity ecosystem. The topic: the importance of the integration and automation of cybersecurity operations.

Those present were:

Wayne Lloyd, RedSeal (Moderator) Kevin Phan, Splunk Tim Jones, ForeScout Wade Woolwine, Rapid7 John America, Mystek […]

RedSeal Resilience Report: Cyber Pros Point to “Perfect Storm” as Security Fundamentals Face Crisis

New research from RedSeal indicates four critical areas are in distress:

The threat landscape is growing faster than teams can respond Lack of preparation is pervasive Huge gap between perceived and true detection times Compliance– not company strategy – drives cyber planning

Sunnyvale, Calif. – November 3, 2017 – RedSeal, the leader in network modeling […]

RedSeal CEO Ray Rothrock Talks Cybersecurity on Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer

Our CEO Ray Rothrock shared the latest on cybersecurity as a guest on Mad Money with Jim Cramer (CNBC) today, covering a variety of topics – from why perfect firewall management doesn’t provide perfect protection, to the risk of a hacking attack on electrical grids and nuclear power plants.

Credit: CNBC

Some highlights: