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5 Steps to Reviving a Frankenstein Network Architecture

In Mary Shelley’s classic Frankenstein, Dr. Frankenstein builds a creature out of scavenged body parts and succeeds in bringing the creature to life. The creature goes on to try and understand its new world, but it does not function as …Read More

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4 Fundamental Steps to Cybersecurity Planning Success

“If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” – Benjamin Franklin Planning for cybersecurity success may be the biggest obstacle for any organization to overcome. Why? Because planning is usually treated as a ‘bolt-on’ measure and not given …Read More

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2 Critical Considerations for Integrating OT/IT Technology

OT/IT Integration success can be attributed to three key elements: people, process, and technology. The integration of OT and IT environments is a challenging project for any organization. To help bring simplicity to this complex undertaking, an OT/IT integration can …Read More

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Why Defense-in-Depth Is Critical to Cybersecurity Strategy

Since the inception of Cybersecurity twenty-plus years ago, the industry has gone through a plethora of iterations. The Internet was initially designed to be an open environment to  enable information sharing between academics and researchers. When businesses and government agencies …Read More

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Threat Intelligence In Practice

Threat Intelligence is a long con, requiring more planning, preparation, and a longer window of interaction with the target (i.e., hacker) to execute effectively. It’s a lot like one of my favorite movies, The Sting, where Robert Redford and Paul …Read More

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A Fresh Approach to Cybersecurity, Part 4

Technology is a third rail because the implementation of technology is by far the easiest thing to mess up for any organization and no one wants to talk about it. This is the last installment of the four-part “What is Cybersecurity?” series. …Read More

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