When IoT Devices Go Rogue, Automation Saves the Day

SIGNAL Magazine | Dec 1, 2017

By  J. Wayne Lloyd, RedSeal Federal CTO

By 2025, an estimated 75 billion or more devices will be connected via the Internet. While the ability to access data on any device from any device multiplies productivity exponentially, it also creates unforeseeable vulnerabilities that organizations are only beginning to understand.

Last year’s Mirai botnet distributed denial-of-service attack, which infected millions of devices, demonstrates the multifaceted challenges federal agencies and private-sector companies face when securing their devices and networks. These challenges will only continue to grow both inside and outside of these domains.

The Age of Cyber Safety with Ray Rothrock

Middle Market Executive | Nov 30, 2017

The year 2017 has been a memorable growth chapter for Sunnyvale, California’s RedSeal. Having fine-tuned its customer offerings,  the cybersecurity middleweight is now seeking to sound the cyber alarm and wake up corporate America to a threat now mushrooming at every digital connection. RedSeal CEO Ray Rothrock explains the threat, challenge, and opportunity fueling RedSeal’s impressive growth.

The Board’s Role in Managing Cybersecurity Risks

MIT Sloan Management Review | November 16, 2017

Ray Rothrock (RedSeal), James Kaplan (McKinsey & Co.), and Friso van der Oord (National Association of Corporate Directors) write that cybersecurity can no longer be the concern of just the IT department. Within organizations, it needs to be everyone’s business — including the board’s.

Kimberly Baker Named 2017 FedScoop 50 Award Winner for Industry Leadership

FedScoop | November 2, 2017

Kimberly Baker, RedSeal SVP & GM, Public Sector was named to the 2017 FedScoop 50 in the category of Industry Leadership. The award was given to individuals in the private sector who help drive change by being a valued partner to government and leading teams that help agencies work smarter and lower costs.

If I Knew Then: Kimberly Baker, SVP and GM Public Sector, RedSeal

Crain’s Washington DC| October 25, 2017

The mistake I made involved who to seek professional guidance from.

Early in my career I was working for AT&T. As a young woman in the telecommunications industry I was feeling like I was working very hard in my sales position and I was doing the things that were part of my job description, but I wasn’t getting the kind of coaching and direction that I felt I needed to adjust course along the way.

The Enemy Within

Security Advisor ME| October 2017

While most businesses are focused on preventing and mitigating external threats, there is often a greater danger their security teams need to worry about closer to home — insider threats. Contrary to popular belief, breaches don’t just occur at the hands of disgruntled employees but from non-malicious ones unintentionally as a result of ignorance.

Searching for the Unknown

Security Advisor ME| October 2017

In the Paleolithic age humans subsisted by hunting and gathering. Living in the wilderness they were exposed to a number of predatory beings and hunting increases their chances of survival. They had to learn how animals behaved, and develop tools and tracking methods to eliminate these threats.

Pursuing today’s cyber threats is much like hunting during the prehistoric age, in that we have to gather and hunt to survive.

Top Security Tools, 2017: How Cutting-Edge Products Fare Against the Latest Threats

CSO and IT News| October 20 2017

Threats are constantly evolving and, just like everything else, tend to follow certain trends. Whenever a new type of threat is especially successful or profitable, many others of the same type will inevitably follow. The best defenses need to mirror those trends so users get the most robust protection against the newest wave of threats. Along those lines, Gartner has identified the most important categories in cybersecurity technology for the immediate future.

We wanted to dive into the newest cybersecurity products and services from those hot categories that Gartner identified, reviewing some of the most innovative and useful from each group.

This Essential Job Role Will Go Unfilled at Millions of Companies. But, There’s an Immediate Solution for Your Business.

Entrepreneur Magazine | October 16, 2017

RedSeal CEO Ray Rothrock tells Entrepreneur Magazine that there is little to no rational hope do business leaders have of recruiting or training between 1.8 million and 3.5 million cybersecurity personnel ASAP. So, it is time to rethink the crisis.

Evolving Ways to Train the Channel

Intelligent Tech Channels | October 9, 2017 | Page 51

In this month’s issue of Intelligent Tech Channels, RedSeal Global Channel Program Director Kimason Brown writes about moving to online training modules in order to keep partners properly trained during a fast-moving time in cybersecurity with competing demands from other vendors.