Substantial service improvements and cost reductions are achieved through a proactive managed services model
CATScan℠ (Comprehensive Accurate Testing & Scanning) is based on the co-authored Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Web Application Testing Methodology, National Institute of Standards 800-Series and exceeds the PCI Standards Council 3.0 Standards
I have been a volunteer to the OWASP Foundation for over a decade holding titles including a project leader, a chapter leader and most recently the global vice chairman. Recently we had another meeting and one of the attendees recorded the talks to help raise visibility for the mission. If you have been wondering about the OWASP NYC/NJ Cyber Security meetings may I suggest watching this quick video to describe it – enjoy.
Being proactive about risk is taking the time to be concerned with the “what if” recently I contributed time to a collaboration to produce Top Considerations for Incident Response Incident response is a key part of any comprehensive security plan. However, many firms are not even sure where to begin to create an incident response process. This document provides a high level overview to get you started on preparing for incident response at your firm. IR Guidance
I completed a presentation early this morning for the ILTA Legalsec conference exposing areas that law firms should pay closer attention to and found myself summarizing topics in to the Top 10 things you can do… I blame this partially on David Letterman. Seriously, when you have a large dataset it is usually the best way to summarize the message into a bite size chunk for the audience. If you spend time in software security you may already be familiar with the OWASP Top 10 of application security RISKS The problem with Top 10 lists is the technology used by
Join Tom Brennan to discuss proactive security at the East Coast Gaming Congress Online gambling providers experienced an unprecedented number of adverse cyber events in 2014 represented an unprecedented number of adverse cyber events. Are these the growing pains of online gaming, or do these events signify a new frontier of casino risks? Industry leaders from the cybersecurity world will present a framework on avoidance and mitigation strategies against tomorrow’s digital adversaries. Wednesday & Thursday May 27-28, 2015 Casino & iGaming Industry Leaders Moderator: Williams Hughes, Esq., Partner, Cooper Levenson, Attorneys at Law Speakers: Tom Brennan, President, NYC Metro Chapter, Open Web