Over the last few days, we have had dozens of clients ask our team for insight into how other clients are reacting to the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. As a matter of information sharing, we thought it might be useful to summarize how your peers in the market are reacting. Hopefully this information can be used to inform your own decision-making […]
A classic view into some of the tools use by pentesters at risk3sixty.
An Insider’s Perspective on Choosing a Security and Compliance Partner That Is Right for Your Business
A few things to consider when choosing a consulting firm partner.
ISO 27001: Understanding Security Roles and Responsibilities and Why They Are Vital to the Success of Your Security Program
When building your Information Security Management System (ISMS) as part of ISO 27001 program implementation one of the most important elements of the system of management for your security program is ensuring all stakeholders understand their roles and responsibilities. (If you are unfamiliar with ISO 27001 and the “ISMS” you can read our whitepaper on the ISO […]
My business partner and co-founder at risk3sixty, Christian White (CW), is a West Point graduate and former Ranger-qualified Captain in the U.S. Army. He served under some amazing leaders (like Rob Campbell who wrote a book about leadership called “It’s Personal not Personnel“) and had the opportunity to lead and develop hundreds of men and women. In fact, the U.S. […]
Windows Servers are practically irresistible to hackers everywhere. This makes the lone Windows Server a perfect candidate for a honeypot. In this post we explore how to use a Windows Server to divert a hacker’s attention from what matters than by giving them what they think is an easy win!
Developing a cyber security baseline can be daunting. Oftentimes the burden falls on the Chief Information Officer or Chief Technology Officer. Before implementing any tool or assessments, management should establish a security baseline.
I just finished the book “GRIT: The Power of Passion and Perseverance” by Angela Duckworth. Duckworth is a professor at the University of Pennsylvania and has studied Grit in the context of success for over a decade.
The results of her studies: Grit matters.
Instinctively, when I speak with leaders of organizations they know that […]
I recently finished the book “Traction” by Gino Wickman. Next to Scaling-Up by Verne Harnish, I think it is one of the most actionable business books I’ve ever read. Our team has informally adopted both books as part of the risk3sixty cannon. While the book is largely about building a great running business – […]