October Blog Recap
October has been a busy month for TDI with the drafting and publication of our COVID-19 Cybersecurity Impact Report. Catch up on our publications with this months’ recap. To stay up to date, keep an eye out for release information on our Twitter, LinkedIn, and Blog pages.
[September 30th] ZeroHour Podcast with TDI CEO Paul Innella — TDI CEO Paul Innella sat down for an interview with Karla Reffold, host of the ZeroHourPodcast. Discussed were a wide variety of topics from Paul’s experiences in his early years, experience starting a business, standing out in a crowded cybersecurity market, changing the industry, and his time as the chair of the WhiteHat charity. Check out the article to learn more.
[October 8th] 6 Cyber-related stats in financial services — Nowadays, the financial services industry is more critical than ever. Professional services involving the investment, lending, and management of money and assets keep society running on all levels. From private individuals to global trade and commerce, there is a full digitalization of financial services rapidly under way — and cybercriminals are taking note. Check out the full article here.
[October 20th] COVID Impact Report: Cybersecurity Edition — TDI has released an industry report on COVID-19’s Impact on Cybersecurity. The report explores the industry-wide challenges created by the rapid shift to remote work, malicious activity trends, which industries are most heavily impacted, changes to cybersecurity spending, and shifting priorities toward general IT support away from previous security initiatives in favor of support remote productivity. Download the full report here.
[October 28th] Compliance with a Cybersecurity Dashboard — In maintaining a cybersecurity program, compliance with best practices and industry standards has always been the name of the game. Whether it be compliance with government compliance frameworks such as the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), industry standard frameworks such as ISO 27001, or just compliance with internal security policies, an organizations’ cybersecurity resilience is only as good as its weakest link. Check out the full article here.