I recently announced that I had accepted the role of VP of Sales for CyberMaxx, an exciting player in the MSSP/MDR space. I've been involved with cybersecurity for over 15 years and networking before that for almost as long. During that time, I have met and worked with many great people and wanted to share my thoughts about why I made the decision.
When we adjust to our "new normal" after COVID-19, is your healthcare organization protected against the increasing threats facing your new business operations?
CyberMaxx™ has received SOC for Service Organizations (SOC 2, Type II) Certification for their managed cybersecurity services by Insyte CPAs, LLC, an independent service auditor. This certification illustrates CyberMaxx's constant dedication to its customers and commitment to providing trusted services on which healthcare organizations can rely.
CyberMaxx™ is honored to be named a Top Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) to Watch in 2020 by Cybersecurity Ventures' CyberCrime Magazine.
Healthcare CIOs, CISOs, and cybersecurity teams can't allow COVID-19 to distract from phishing scams, ransomware, rogue insiders and medical device hacks aimed toward employees, patients and data.
Outsourcing cybersecurity is becoming increasingly popular as cybersecurity continues to be one of the fastest growing areas of business. The reason it’s growing so rapidly is simple - the threat of cyber attacks are increasing and it’s putting pressure on companies in almost every industry to hire cybersecurity professionals to manage the growing demand. According to Cybersecurity Ventures, there could be as many as 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs by 2021.
In this feature article for MIS Training Institute (MISTI), Cybermaxx’s Jason Riddle weighs in on the topic of how to manage your small-to-medium business IT strategy on a limited budget, specifically focusing on the advantages of working alongside a managed security services provider (MSSP).
A Ponemon study found that the average time it takes for a business to identify a data breach is 191 days - that’s more than 6 months. Concern over the impact of successful cyber attacks is widespread, and they also found that less than half of IT security practitioners surveyed believe they can protect their organizations from cyber threats.
With cybercrime damage costs expected to hit a staggering $6 trillion annually by 2021, it's more important than ever to make sure you're taking the appropriate preventative measures to avoid a data breach.
If your organization is to succeed where the threat of a cyber attack looms constantly, consider these five tips to ensure you're adequately prepared.