Cybersecurity Market: Trending Upwards

Author(s):

Josh Henry, ,

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Rising Cybersecurity Market Trends      The cybersecurity market is rapidly expanding in today’s society; and rightfully so. The steady increase in data breaches and threats to our identities show no signs of slowing down. Additionally, the demand for professionals in the cybersecurity market field is rapidly growing According to an article from Cybersecurity Ventures, the estimated … Read more

Cybersecurity Services

Author(s):

Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

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There are a lot of common issues that plague your digital devices. Traversing the internet is no simple task in 2018. For example, one in thirteen web requests lead to malware. It is incredible likely that your computer will get a virus at some point in your lifetime. That likelihood grows yearly. This is seen … Read more

From the Spring 2015 Issue

Keep It Secret, Keep It Safe: Nine Steps to Maintaining Data Security

Author(s):

Alvita Fitzgerald, Vice President of Administration, Megadata Technology

Jessica Schneider, Strategic Communications Specialist, Megadata Technology

Megadata Technology is a cybersecurity company located in National Harbor, Maryland, just across the river from Washington, DC. As a company whose focus is on securing information for national organizations, it is important for our clients and our staff to always be aware of potential security breaches and ways to avoid them. Our years of … Read more

From the Spring 2015 Issue

Small Business Big Threats: Cybersecurity in Small Enterprise EnvironmentsUnited

Author(s):

Amanda Fortner, Managing Editor, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

Megan Clark, Help Desk Technician, Bryn Mawr College

Cybersecurity may not seem like a priority for many small enterprise environments – after all, you’re small. Who would want to hack, phish, or spam you? But small enterprise environments face just as much, if not more, threat as large corporations. You need only look at recent news to see why small businesses may be … Read more

From the Spring 2015 Issue

The Blueprint to Cybersecurity Government Contracting: Phase One

Author(s):

Kim Harwell, National Procurement Manager, National Bid Network/GovPurchaseUnited

The road to government contracts can seem complicated, even to a seasoned professional government contractor. It does not have to be that way. In this article I will attempt to simplify government contracting business development and explain its initial phases honestly and simply. Identify your capabilities by using government-recognized criteria. Capabilities statements are necessary in … Read more

From the Spring 2015 Issue

Getting Cybersecurity off the Back Burner and into the Boardroom

Author(s):

Rick Lipsey, Senior Strategic Cyber Lead, LMI

Maybe it was the Sony hack, with corporate executives initially bowing to hacker demands while trying to recover from a multi-million dollar virtual smash-and-grab. Maybe it was the compromise of the Navy network and the resulting necessity of a task force to assess and shore up their defenses. Maybe it was the loss of 80 … Read more

From the Winter 2015 Issue

3 Simple Steps to Protect Your Business from Cybersecurity Losses

Author(s):

Matt Bergman, Shareholder, Shulman Rogers

Does your business accept credit card payments from customers? Does it purchase products or services from vendors or suppliers? If the answer is “yes” to either of these questions, read on. Virtually every business that uses a computer with internet access has already been hacked. Fortunately, most businesses have yet to experience the type of … Read more

From the Winter 2015 Issue

Cybersecurity and the C-Suite: 10 questions every executive should be able to answer

Author(s):

Jeff Peters, Editor, SurfWatch Labs

As cyber threats proliferate and become a bigger part of the public discourse, the management and responsibility of those threats is increasingly moving towards the highest levels of an organization – corporate executives and the board of directors. Yet many of those in the C-Suite do not have a sufficient high-level understanding of the risks … Read more