Last week we held a webinar on phishing and other security topics. This was essentially a refresh of the 2019 webinar we did, with two specific goals in mind:Shorter length - I
Eight firms had a bunch of email accounts get hacked because of failures in their cybersecurity programs. According to the SEC, what did they do wrong?
I recently went through a (very minor) situation that reminded me why we go through the trouble of setting up all of these "security things" - things like a password manager, unique passwords
A few years ago, we migrated email from an "on-premises" Exchange server to Microsoft's cloud email service, Exchange Online (part of their Microsoft 365 suite of SaaS applications, formerly called Office 365). In
How we use SharePoint Online to maintain public files on our CDN
EDIT 2020-08-03: It looks like the Bitcoin scam was conducted by three younger people (one is a minor) after a long period of reconnaissance and successful social engineering attacks against internal Twitter employees.
We just finished dealing with some new regulatory requirements (Regulation Best Interest and Form CRS, if you're curious). Among other things, we now send an automated email (containing a link to Form CRS)
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit earlier this year, a huge chunk of the world had to figure out how to work from home - and what software to use for virtual meetings and
I've heard the phrase "new normal" a lot in the last two months. I'm sure you have too. Everyone is trying to figure out what "normal" will look like in the future and
When used appropriately, serverless is pretty cool.
I got an email update from CISA yesterday telling me that apparently today is "Slam the Scam" Day. You can read the update in its entirety here. This is an excerpt:In association
SEM developed a new risk questionnaire - check it out!