Tim Wenzlau | January 12, 2019

Cybersecurity partnerships defend threats during NCAA college football playoff championship

In a first of its kind partnership and event, cybersecurity students from Norwich University teamed up with Respond Software to monitor cyber attacks during the NCAA College Football Playoff Championship between the Clemson Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide.

Tim Wenzlau | December 21, 2018

How to boost collaboration between network and security teams

Security Expert Chris Calvert, Co-founder and VP, Product Strategy, and other IT executives discuss whether network and security pros should work on separate or integrated teams, but all agree collaboration is key, particularly as enterprise networks grow more complex.

Tim Wenzlau | October 19, 2018

In cybersecurity, the A.I. debate Is “how”, not “if”

Mike Armistead, Co-founder & CEO of Respond Software, discusses the added benefit and values that artificial intelligence can provide security operation teams and how A.I. can empower humans with machines to best reduce or eliminate a gap that is keeping us from performing effective cyber-defense.

Tim Wenzlau | October 8, 2018

Can cross-border cooperation between U.S., China keep Artificial Intelligence benefits coming?

Chris Calvert, VP of Product Strategy and Co-Founder of Respond Software, explains the ongoing growth in the field of artificial intelligence and how cross-border cooperation and engagement are behind the emergence of the two countries as the world’s AI powerhouses–and the resulting artificial intelligence benefits.

Tim Wenzlau | October 5, 2018

How to start applying Google’s ‘zero trust’ model

Steve Dyer, CTO of Respond Software, discusses what organizations need to be aware of when implementing a 'Zero Trust' network architecture network. 'Zero trust' models are a thought process and approach that pushes businesses to rethink how they create their organizations’ cybersecurity posture.

Tim Wenzlau | September 17, 2018

5 steps to create a zero trust security model

Steve Dyer, CTO of Respond Software, explains the key steps organizations must take to implement a 'zero-trust security model' to enterprise security.