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GreyCastle CEO Reg Harnish Featured on the Cybercrime Magazine Podcast
GreyCastle Security

Recently, GreyCastle Security CEO Reg Harnish was featured on the Cybercrime Magazine podcast as part of the “Small Giants in Cybersecurity” series. You can find the video and a full transcription below.   Speaker 1: Welcome everybody to Cybercrime Studios we’re brought to you by Cybercrime Magazine and Cybersecurity Ventures, the world’s leading researcher and …

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You Asked, We Answered: A Look Back at Our CastleChat Q&A
GreyCastle Security

On October 25, GreyCastle Security hosted our first live #CastleChat Twitter Q&A. Our followers had the opportunity to ask our experts anything they’ve always wanted to know about cybersecurity. You can find the video and a full transcription below. (If you have any questions about cybersecurity not answered in the video, don’t hesitate to email …

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GreyCastle Security CEO Named Marketer/Communicator of the Year
GreyCastle Security

TROY, N.Y. (November 2, 2018) – GreyCastle Security (greycastlesecurity.com) CEO Reg Harnish has been named Marketer/Communicator of the Year by the American Marketing Association (AMA) – New York Capital Region Chapter. The award honors senior level professionals, community leaders and public figures who do not hold a formal marketing or communications position but emulate the …

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Cybersecurity Awareness: The Building Blocks of a Successful Program
Ben Jordan

What is your biggest security risk? (Hint: it’s also your greatest asset.) People. Security isn’t a technology problem and it’s not an IT issue. At the end of the day, your people are actually the biggest risk to the security of your organization. Technical systems are important, but if you don’t address the human element …

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“Change” Isn’t a Four-Letter Word: Creating a Culture of Security
Christina D'Antonio

Nobody likes change. But do you know what else nobody likes? Data breaches. There were over 53,000 cybersecurity incidents so far this year, including 2,216 confirmed data breaches, according to Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report. The report cited that 76% of these data breaches were financially motivated. Are you thinking, “My business is too …

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Incident Response and Disaster Recovery Planning: Preparing for the Worst
Dan Didier

What do you think about when you hear the word “disaster”? Hurricanes? Floods? Earthquakes? Fires? In reality, a disaster doesn’t have to be so dramatic. When it comes to your business, disaster can mean something as simple as a power outage, broken pipes or, in today’s digital world, an employee that clicked on the wrong …

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