May Blog Recap
May has been a noisy month for many in the DC area with the emergence of the Brood X cicadas, but we’ve been trucking along on the content front. We’ve been busy pumping out content to keep you updated on the latest issues. Here are the highlights, but keep an eye out on our blog page, Twitter, and LinkedIn to see the latest from us.
[May 6th, 2021] Top 10 Cybersecurity Mistakes SMB’s Make — While we already know that most SMBs lack the resources to implement a rigorous cybersecurity program, there are some steps that could be taken to reduce the risk of a cyber incident. To understand where SMB stand right now, it is necessary to see where they make their pitfalls. Check out the full blog here to see our breakdown.
[May 12th, 2021]Top 7 Cyber KPIs for SMBs — IT teams have been tracking KPIs and developing procedures for tracking cybersecurity metrics for some time, yet too many organizations are in the dark when it comes to cybersecurity threats. Using KPIs can be extremely useful but using the right ones makes all the difference when addressing cybersecurity issues. Check out the full article here to see our complete list.
[May 14th, 2021] TDI Partners with Zeguro, an Integrated Cybersecurity and Cyber Insurance Provider — We are excited to announce that we have partnered with Zeguro, an integrated cybersecurity and cyber insurance provider for small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Zeguro provides holistic risk management to organizations of all sizes through its integrated cybersecurity and cyber insurance solutions, which include a suite of Cyber Safety tools for risk mitigation and compliance, as well as insurance premiums that are tailored to the size, sector, and profile of a company. You can find the press release here.
[May 28th, 2021] The State of Cybesecurity in Financial Services — Financial services are at the heart of our global economy and it’s safe to say cybercrime is a major risk for the banking system. With how critical financial services are, and with the lucrative assets they hold, cybercriminals are more vigilant than ever to find a weak point in financial service institutions. Which is why it’s more important than ever to be on top of the game. Check out the full blog here.