When it comes to cybersecurity, education isn’t just a vertical market. It’s a multitude of them—municipal government, retail, entertainment, technology, energy, sanitation, food processing, agriculture, real estate, hospitality, logistics, to name a few.
All eyes are on Kelsey-Seybold as the first Accountable Care Organization in the US. Unfortunately, this also includes bad actors that want to impersonate their brand. The engineering team knew email was the number one way threats where getting in.
Payoneer’s digital platform streamlines global commerce for millions of small businesses, marketplaces and enterprises from 200 countries and territories. Leveraging its robust technology, compliance, operations and banking infrastructure, Payoneer delivers
Known as the Gateway to the Rockies, Aurora, Colorado, boasts spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains. Aurora is the third-largest city in Colorado with more than 381,000 residents. When Tim McCain was hired as the city’s CISO, he and his team found themselves besieged by phishing attacks.
Via is a New York-based company that is changing the way people get around cities by building a Ride Sharing platform. Via is on-demand transit on a mass scale; it's smart transportation that’s friendly to our planet.
MyHeritage is the leading global destination for discovering, preserving and sharing family history. They offer an online platform and DNA kits so anyone, anywhere can collect and share their family stories.
Interpublic Group (IPG) is a premier global advertising and marketing services enterprise. Its companies specialize in advertising, digital marketing, communications, media, and public relations—creating customized marketing programs for clients of all sizes.
A large, high-profile financial services company has recently seen an increase in targeted cyber attacks. The company has a high volume of proprietary data and customer information in its data centers. And it has mission critical systems that require virtually 100% uptime.
Banks have long kept security top of mind, using safes with elaborate locks, bars on windows, security guards and surveillance cameras. But today, banks—and the law firms that represent them—need to protect something more important than dollar bills.