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Whether you agree or not with the concept–zero trust architecture is here for the foreseeable future, and unless your organization is cloud-native, you are going to have to prepare to implement zero trust on your existing enterprise. RedSeal can continuously monitor your network segmentation and micro segmentation policies to stay compliant with your zero-trust architecture goals.
Supply Chain Brain | October 7, 2020
As the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) nears full implementation, affected organizations are scurrying to ensure they’ll pass the certification process.
The goal is simple: organizations must meet minimum cybersecurity standards, and in doing so, they do their part to improve national security. The stakes are extraordinarily high […]
What is Defend Forward?
The DoD’s Defend Forward operational concept has been rolling out over the past few years. Policy makers and cyber defenders in government realized that, as the situation in Afghanistan led directly to the rise of Al-Qaeda and the 9-11 attacks, the situation in cyberspace was going to lead to crippling […]
Working on a Red Team is frustrating. I know, I was on one.
Red Teams work hard penetrating systems, gathering data and presenting findings to senior management only to get strongly dismissive responses- “So what?” This is frequently followed by an order to not to share detailed information with the Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO) teams […]
As I watch the drama on the news unfold it is striking to me how similar the tactics for defending against a spreading virus are to cyber defense.
Washing your hands equates almost exactly to cyber hygiene tactics like patching.
Social distancing is nothing more than putting barriers up to prevent the spread of attacks, […]
The Customs and Border Protection agency recently announced an official 2020-2025 strategy to accomplish their mission to “protect the American people and facilitate trade and travel.”
The strategy comprises only three goals, one of which is to invest in technology and partnerships to confront emerging threats. This includes an IT Infrastructure that provides fast and […]
Over the past few years, Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) tools have emerged as multi-faceted and ever-present components in a Security Operations Center (SOC), enabling security teams to centralize incident management, standardize processes, and reduce response times through automation and artificial intelligence (AI).
The security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) market, as defined by […]
Due to escalating tensions with Iran and recent cyber activity against a U.S. Government website, DHS’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency team has issued a bulletin warning organizations to be prepared for “cyber disruptions, suspicious emails, and network delays.” DHS recommends preparing by focusing on “cyber hygiene practices” to defend against the known tactics, techniques and […]
After reading a Facebook comment on “Navy, Industry Partners Are ‘Under Cyber Siege’ by Chinese Hackers, Review Asserts,” I’m compelled to respond.
I work a lot with the Navy (and the DOD as a whole) as a vendor. I spent 26 years in the intelligence community as a contractor running datacenter operations, transitioning to cybersecurity […]