Julie Greene | April 15, 2019
How large-scale events need special securityIn January of 2019, the Clemson Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide competed at one of the largest sporting events in the country: The National Collegiate Athletic Association’s (NCAA) fifth National Championship game of the College Football Playoffs.
Julie Greene | April 8, 2019
Staying ahead of the hack: Is government moving fast enough?By combining the best human talent and technology, agencies can reduce security costs, free up resources and set security teams up for success
Tim Wenzlau | February 1, 2019
How AI will help the manufacturing sector reduce its cybersecurity riskThe industrial IoT framework, significantly boosts agility, cost savings and convenience—but those benefits go hand-in-hand with a vastly increased vulnerability to cyber attacks, from outside and inside of operations.
Tim Wenzlau | January 17, 2019
Respond Software rolls out first partner programThe Respond Software Channel Partner Program (CPP) allows resellers, VARs and MSPs to provide the industry’s first security decision automation software solution to customers with resource-constrained security operations teams!
Tim Wenzlau | January 12, 2019
Cybersecurity partnerships defend threats during NCAA college football playoff championshipIn 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 teamsSecurity 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.
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