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In what passes for a quiet week in the cybersecurity space, here are some of the top security headlines for the week of July 11, 2017: According to the Economic Times, cyber insurance companies haven’t been hit with claims from the summer’s cyberattacks – yet. “It would only need a combination of WannaCry’s wide reach and Petya’s destructive force to cost cyber insurers something like $2.5 billion...” Oh good – something to look forward to! In news that won’t surprise your family, 57% of IT security professionals work weekends. But those weekend warriors are up for the challenge, as 97%... Continue reading
Posted Jul 14, 2017 at (ISC)2 Blog
The effects of WannaCry, the ransomware dominating international headlines, continue to be felt by organizations and individuals alike. If you or anyone you know has had a device infected, (ISC)2 has advice for stopping and remediating the attack. View the video below to see how you can respond to WannaCry: Continue reading
Posted May 18, 2017 at (ISC)2 Blog
Name: George Romas Title: Chief Engineer Employer: DXC Technology Location: Washington, D.C., U.S.A. Education: Bachelor of Science, Computer Science and Economics, Union College, Schenectady, NY Years in IT: 34 Years in cybersecurity: 34 Cybersecurity certifications: CISSP How did you decide upon a career in cybersecurity? Cybersecurity came as part of the job. I’ve spent most of my career supporting the intelligence community, where every system or solution that you develop has a cybersecurity component. As I gained more knowledge and expertise, that security frame of mind becomes a way of life. Why did you get your CISSP®? The main reason... Continue reading
Posted May 11, 2017 at (ISC)2 Blog