Month: July 2021

Americans begin the shift to a prevention focused cybersecurity stance with zero-trust technologies.

Cybersecurity Prevention – Is the World Making the Shift?

Fifteen days ago, I wrote about an interview PC Matic Vice President, Corey Munson, had with the CEO of Secure Anchor Consulting, Dr. Eric Cole discussing cybersecurity prevention and application whitelisting.  As you may recall, one of Dr. Cole’s biggest concerns, was the threat of extortion upon becoming a victim of ransomware.  For those who …

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Biden is warning "real shooting war" if cyber attacks continue.

“Real Shooting War” May Result If Cyber Attacks Continue

You may have read our posts lately about the “whodunit” theories. Who originated the attacks against meat packing plants, managed service providers, and pipelines? There are many theories, many of which align with Russia and China being the culprits. These allegations have placed heated tensions on the American relationships with these two countries, and President …

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There are eight essential steps organizations should be taking for cyber threat prevention.

The Eight Essentials To Cyber Threat Prevention

Australia has released their Essential Eight Maturity Model (EEMM), and we have to hand it to them, it is good. It is simple, easy to interpret, and focuses on cyber threat prevention, instead of reaction. Australia’s Guide to Cyber Threat Prevention Let’s take a look at the eight essential steps included Australia’s EEMM, Application whitelisting …

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NIST deploys NCCoE in an effort to provide guidance on zero-trust technologies.

PC Matic Joins NIST National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence

PC Matic is one of the handpicked cybersecurity solutions that will work with the NIST National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) to demonstrate its approach to implementing a zero-trust architecture.   “We received an overwhelming response from the vendor community on this important project,” said Natalia Martin, acting director of the NCCoE. “Implementing a zero-trust architecture …

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Instead of focusing on the whodunit, it's time American's focused on prevention.

Focus on Closing Security Holes, Not the Whodunit

With high profile ransomware attacks taking place more and more frequently, the U.S. administration has placed an emphasis on finding out who is responsible. The question is why? When it comes to these massive attacks, their level of sophistication is far greater than most. Meaning, the cyber criminals have spent months, perhaps even years to …

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The healthcare sector is facing a high risk for cyber crime.

Rob Cheng Weighs In – Healthcare Sector is at Risk

As ransomware threats continue to rise, PC Matic founder and CEO, Rob Cheng, shared his thoughts on the increased likelihood of healthcare facilities falling victim. Increased Technology, Increased Vulnerability Healthcare facilities have become increasingly technical. From the way patient files are stored to the ways medical procedures are done, technology plays a significant role. Unfortunately, …

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