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What We Learned About Each Other While Running 100 Miles Together

Every year our team runs a 100-mile relay race through North Georgia (for charity). Along the way, we learn a lot about ourselves and a lot about each other.

Back in October, I wrote a blog post about why our team does hard stuff together. I wrote that post because our team has a standing tradition of doing things like over-night […]

By |2020-01-23T19:21:47+00:00December 30th, 2019|Culture, News and Events|0 Comments

How to Create Effective Policies

How to leverage information security policies into leveling up your security program.
 
People often regard information security policy as a “check-the-box” compliance initiative. Many organizations will copy a policy template, make small revisions applicable to their context, […]

So, you got a pentest. Now what?

How to progress toward a truly secure organization and infrastructure after penetration testing.

You did it – you paid for penetration testing services.

Whether it was to fulfill a potential client’s request, satisfy your interest or to be compliant with some framework, you tested the mettle of your environment against white-hat hackers and came out the other side, report in-hand and next steps […]

By |2020-01-23T15:44:56+00:00December 9th, 2019|Penetration Testing|0 Comments

Craftsmanship in Music and Compliance

If you’ve been on stage for a speech or performing arts, you know stage fright is real. Businesses can get nervous when they hear the word “audit” in the same way musicians can get nervous before a performance. However, there is one great way to alleviate that fear: preparation. If your business prepares well, you will see the fruits […]