How do cybersecurity and physical security differ? The answer is, they don’t—not anymore. They’re increasingly becoming the same thing.
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This article in Wired.com about the SolarWinds hack, the aftermath (still ongoing, BTW), and the forensics is pretty sobering.
APRIL 2023 TOWN HALL MODERATOR: JON HANNY
An insider threat in cybersecurity refers to the risk of an organization's data or network being compromised by a trusted individual within the organization, such as an employee, contractor, or business partner. Insider threats can be intentional or unintentional, and they can be caused by a variety of factors, including malice, carelessness, or ignorance.
On the 27th of February FEMA announced the Fiscal Year 2024 Financial Assistance/Subsidy Arrangement for private property insurers interested in participating in the National Flood Insurance Program’s (NFIP) Write Your Own (WYO) Program. This announcement contains specific requirements regarding cybersecurity, which need to be attained by private insurance companies participating in NFIP’s WYO.
On April 4th, Stacy Bostjanick, DoD’s Director for CMMC, joined PreVeil for an exclusive webinar where the most important DFARS and CMMC questions on the minds of defense contractors were asked. Additionally, our own Scott Singer – CEO – and Marci Womack – Federal Practice Director at Authorized C3PAO Schellman – provided guidance on the steps contractors should be taking to meet these important compliance requirements.
The webinar addressed the following: