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Build a stronger culture of cybersecurity with regular awareness videos and quizzes

Awareness Training Videos keep cybersecurity best practices top of mind through a series of fun and engaging short (under 5 minutes) videos sent directly to employees. Each month, Unlimited Technology delivers new video content that addresses current cybersecurity threats, trends, topics, and stories, including how employees can stay vigilant to help protect the business. Employees are presented with a short …

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Jeremy Reich of Unlimited Technology Celebrated by SSN “40 Under 40”

As Unlimited’s General Counsel, Jeremy is a valuable member of the Unlimited leadership team and has been vital to Unlimited’s success by providing practical business minded guidance and advice at all levels of the organization.  Take a look at the article featuring Jeremy below to learn more about his career at Unlimited Technology and his holistic approach to security.

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Cyber Wednesday Info Byte #33

Cyber Resiliency is the ability to anticipate, withstand, recover from, and adapt to adverse conditions, stresses, attacks, or compromises on systems. Our friends at NIST have a released a draft of “Developing Cyber-Resilient Systems: A Systems Security Engineering Approach”. This document focuses on cyber resiliency engineering, an emerging specialty systems engineering discipline. “Numerous reports of cyber incidents and cyber breaches …

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Cyber Wednesday Info Byte #34

In 2014 NIST was tasked with creating a “prioritized, flexible, repeatable, performance-based, and cost-effective approach” for critical infrastructure to help identify, assess, and manage cyber risks. The NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CF) revolves around 5 key functions. Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, Recover. “Organizations will continue to have unique risks – different threats, different vulnerabilities, different risk tolerances. They also will vary …

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Cyber Wednesday Info Byte #32

The May 12th Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity directed our friends at NIST to publish guidelines on vendors’ source code testing. As a result NIST recently published Guidelines on Minimum Standards for Developer Verification of Software. An excellent resource for organizations that develop software in-house, it is also useful for organizations that want to practice due care when …

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Cyber Wednesday Info Byte #31

On July 15th the US government released a new website that is the result of an inter-agency “whole-of-government” effort to curb the rise of ransomware cases. This new website is a “one stop shop” for preventing, detecting, reporting, and recovering from ransomware. StopRansomware.gov is an excellent resource for all organizations. “CISA is developing a catalog of Bad Practices that are …

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Cyber Wednesday Info Byte #30

Our friends at MITRE have developed a new cybersecurity framework! The D3FEND framework is intended to improve the security of DoD systems by offering a catalog of defensive countermeasures against common attack techniques. Funded by the National Security Agency, this framework is a defensive counterpart to the ATT&CK framework. “Kill-chain oriented and derived threat models have proved popular and effective. …

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Cloud (in)security: Avoiding common cloud misconfigurations featuring Unlimited Technology’s David Lathrop

Cloud migration is on nearly every technology company’s docket…and whether those plans were accelerated at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic or accelerated now after being put on hold, the rush can result in misconfigurations that introduce security vulnerabilities. Learn about how a new, streamlined approach — from assessment, to network and endpoint security, to services and staffing — can …