From the Summer 2022 Issue

Cybersecurity in the Alamo City: A Global Industry Leader


Jeff Fair, VP, Cybersecurity & Economic Development, San Antonio Chamber of Commerce

Nathan Ramon, Program Assistant, San Antonio Chamber of Commerce

Alamo City

San Antonio has a long history of technological innovation, which has set the course for the city to remain a leader in the cybersecurity industry for decades to come. A contributing factor to the area’s unique success stems from a longstanding military presence, infusing the region with innovators and a trained and ready workforce. Because … Read more

From the Fall 2021 Issue

Cyber Hedging: How Cybercriminals May Capitalize on a Decrease in Ransomware Payments by Short Selling Victim Companies


Christian George, Lead Engineer, Booz | Allen | Hamilton

Cyber Hedging

As the country is still reeling from the onslaught of ransomware attacks throughout 2021, there have been a series of new developments relating to the Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) of these cybercriminal groups carrying out the attacks. While many of these new TTPs have been technology based, there has been one that is financially … Read more

From the Fall 2021 Issue

Cultivating Greater Cyber ROI for Cyber Resilience


Michael A. Echols CISSP, MBA, CEO, Max Cybersecurity LLC

Cultivating Cyber ROI for Cyber Resilience

Cyber malfeasance and what most people call “hacking” has increased against critical services providers since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The insecurity of critical systems and victimization of people who use them is growing exponentially also. The continuous digital modernization push exacerbates the issue and is leaving system owners looking for new approaches to … Read more