By Kes Jecius, RedSeal Senior Consulting Engineer
The Center for Internet Security’s (CIS) first control for implementing a cybersecurity program is to understand and manage the hardware assets that make up your IT infrastructure. These hardware assets consist of network devices, servers, workstations, and other computing platforms. This is a difficult goal to achieve, further […]
I’m delighted with the deal RedSeal just announced with STG. I’ve worked in several start-ups — from the earliest stage, when the whole company could share a single elevator, all the way through acquisition by huge global corporations. My favorite times are when we’re all actively engaged with customers and the company has a sense […]
By RedSeal Federal CTO Wayne Lloyd
Have you seen CrowdStrike’s “Global Threat Report: Adversary Tradecraft and The Importance of Speed”?
Just released at RSA Conference 2019 this year, the key takeaway is that nation states and criminal organizations are increasing both the speed and sophistication of their cyber tactics. This […]
By Kes Jecius, Senior Consulting Engineer
I have the privilege of working with security groups at many different enterprise companies. Each of them is being bombarded by many different vendors who offer security solutions. No surprise, the common estimate is that there are approximately 2,000 vendors offering different products and services to these companies.
By Aaron Gosney, RedSeal Senior Sales Engineer and Dave Lundgren, RedSeal DOD Technical Account Manager
To help Cyber Protection Teams (CPTs) understand how RedSeal helps them secure cyber terrain, we’ve developed a hands-on scenario-based workshop. We’ve held this workshop for different parts of the DOD, and, more recently for federal civilian cyber operators at CyberScoop’s […]
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 […]
In early August, at MeriTalk’s Cyber Security Brainstorm, Paul Beckman, chief information security officer (CISO) at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), said that his biggest new priorities are:
Increasing use of software-defined networking (SDN) Adopting a zero-trust model Optimizing DHS’ security operations centers (SOC)
He added that the ability to leverage micro segmentation in […]
The drumbeat of media coverage of new breaches continues, but it’s useful sometimes to look back at where we’ve been. Each scary report of so many millions of records lost can be overwhelming. It certainly shows that our network defenses are weak, and that attackers are very effective. This is why digital resilience is key […]
Recently, I was privileged to spend half a day with some of our nation’s finest cyber warriors at a RedSeal workshop. Early in the morning, members of various DoD Cyber Protection Teams (CPTs) gathered around a u-shaped table in Columbia, Maryland.
The workshop showcases how CPTs use RedSeal every day to secure cyber terrain and […]
This year, the big news in government cybersecurity is the DHS CDM DEFEND program and task orders being announced by various federal departments. The DHS CDM DEFEND, which stands for Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Dynamic and Evolving Federal Enterprise Network Defense, task orders are awarded under the General Services Administration’s Alliant 1 Unrestricted contract. […]