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7 Tips for Proactively Using Active Directory

Active directory is currently the most popular directory because it is proprietary to Microsoft operating systems, but its days may be numbered for many reasons. In this interview, Tim O'Connor, Manager of Knowledge Services at Cadre and an...

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Five Critical Steps for an Effective Remote Training Strategy

Cybercrime has skyrocketed during the pandemic, as untrained remote workers adapt to new environments and learn to do things that they’re not used to doing. 

“All kinds of figures come across my desk every day on how hacking, malware and exploits...

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Reopening After COVID-19: Looking Back and Strategies Moving Forward

Businesses are eager to open their doors, many remote workers are ecstatic about it, but reopening will not be as simple as flipping a switch and returning to “business as usual”. A variety of social restrictions will continue to disrupt our...

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A Pen Testing Expert Shares the Secret Ways He Gains Access to Businesses

Steve Stasiukonis’ company, Secure Network Technologies, does all kinds of pen testing. When we say all, we mean it—Secure Network has even successfully “shipped” a person in a FedEx box to demonstrate the vulnerabilities of a company being...

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The Biggest Threats to Businesses from a Pen Testing Expert

Steve Stasiukonis started doing pen testing professionally in 1997, when a former classmate of his confided that his company was struggling to identify network vulnerabilities. Steve had been employed in document management and information...

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Corporate Security and Ken Jennings’ Laundry

We say it all the time in this industry: “People are the biggest security risk in your organization.” What is sometimes missed in that is a good understanding of why. Let me start by giving you a hint, it is not because your employees are...

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Best Practices When Trying to Protect Your Information While Working Remotely

Asaf Lerner’s work in the identity and access management (IAM) space has spanned 20 years and two countries. His first job was on the R&D side with a small Israeli startup called Aladdin. In that job and others, he designed many PKI and...

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How to Enable Your Employees to Work Remotely Without Compromising Security

With the current economic and social uncertainty in today’s landscape and the rush to transition staff to remote workers, great opportunities arise for attackers to target businesses and employees for financial gain.

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How to Transition to Working Remotely During a Crisis

Jim Hebler has worked in cybersecurity for nearly 18 years. He started out covering technology as a journalist for two daily newspapers, The Detroit News and USA Today, then got into private sector communications. After that, he trained with HP...

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Does Your IT Department Have a Disaster Recovery Plan? Four Reasons that Could be a Big Problem

During challenging times, we hope we have the right tools in place to see us through. A key piece for any business is having the right plans in place in case of a disaster. Unfortunately, many businesses find themselves at risk because:

    • The...

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Little-known Facts About Remote Worker Security that Could Damage Your Business

With the ongoing rush to transition staff to remote workers, great opportunities open for con artists and evil hackers to exploit the situation. We in IT and even IS often think that software controls such as VPNs, DLP and Cloud technologies will...

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Join us for Happy Hour in Cincinnati

We are kicking off 2020 with our first Serve and Protect event in Cincinnati, OH on March 4th!  If you haven’t been to one, then you are missing out!

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Five Tips to Ensure Your Company's Bluetooth Security Policies are Up to Date

Urban Legend Becomes Real

Several years ago some reports came to information security experts from black hat chat sites (evil hacker online groups). The reports said that thieves were stealing high-profile mobile devices left in cars using...

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5 Cyber Security Recaps from the Past Decade—And 5 Predictions for the Next One

While there's a heated debate about whether a new decade is actually beginning, the beginning of a new year is always a great time to look back, assess what has happened, and make predictions about the future. That's why we at Cadre conducted an...

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6 Questions to Help You Hire & Evaluate Security Solution Providers

Cybercrime cost the global economy as much as $600 billion in 2017,(1) so unless your business and all of your customers and employees have no interaction with the internet or modern networking technology, chances are you have hired or will hire...

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When the Next Recession Comes, Will Your Security be Ready?

Recessions stink. Business contracts, companies pull back and attempt to shrink inventories, employees lose their jobs. As revenues decline, it’s harder to fund the key aspects of the business. But recessions also embody the creative destruction...

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5 Factors to Make Your Secure Cloud Migration a Success

As more businesses transition their infrastructure to the cloud, understanding how to securely migrate to the cloud is imperative. After all, if companies don't adapt security architecture, they run the risk of substantial and costly downtime,...

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An Insider's Guide to the FBI Cyber Security Briefing on Iran

Cadre’s manager of Knowledge Services, Tim O’Connor, was invited to an FBI Cyber Security briefing on the official Threat Profile for Iran. He gave us a download on everything he learned about what to look for and how to protect your company. 

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What You Need to Know from RSA Charge 2019

Background

The RSA Charge 2019 took place in September at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando, Florida. RSA, a company with a focus on encryption, encryption standards, and managing digital risk, was founded by Ron Rivest,...

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10 Reasons a vCISO May Be a Good Choice for Your Company

If your company is like most, you’ve grappled with the high cost of a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and/or a shortage of qualified candidates—either to serve as your CISO or to “fill in” any knowledge gaps in your technical staff.

A...

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The Fact and Fiction of the Business Risks Posed by IOT Devices

A casino hacked through an aquarium heater* sounds like fiction—but this recent headline news was an all-too-real demonstration of the risk that Internet of Things (IOT) devices bring to organizations of all sizes. 

However, take heart! There are...

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SOAR in the Cloud: 7 Factors to Consider

As cybercrime increases, it’s impossible for employees to keep up with every threat. It’s crucial for cybersecurity teams to work more efficiently with fewer resources. In this never-ending quest to stay ahead of threats, an increasing number of...

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How to Prevent 4 Network Security Threats that Cost Financial Services Millions

The Capital One breach exposed over 100 million customers’ sensitive information.In 2017, 147.9 million consumers were affected by the Equifax Breach.Over the past few years, data breaches have affected over 1 trillion user accounts and the...

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Myth Busted: Small Organizations are at Low Risk of Hacking Because they are not Desirable Targets For Hackers

All of these are common myths, but only one has dangerous misinformation. Can you figure it out?

  1. George Washington chopped down a cherry tree. 
  2. After you die, your fingernails continue to grow. 
  3. You don’t have to worry about your small business...
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A Former CTO of the FBI Cyber Division on the State of Cybersecurity

Part 3 of a three-part series

Milan Patel, current chief client officer at BlueVoyant and former CTO of the FBI Cyber Division, keeps up with the latest in cybercrime and cybersecurity.  (If you missed his great tale of his first FBI vehicle—not...

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The Advice a Former CTO of the FBI Cyber Division Would Give His Best Friend About Cybersecurity

Milan Patel has seen a thing or two. He can’t talk about some of it, which makes sense, given that he’s the former CTO of the FBI Cyber Division. While there, he organized and co-led the Joint Requirements Team, facilitated by the White House...

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What a Former CTO of the FBI Cyber Division Thinks Should Keep You Up At Night

Part 1 of a three-part series

Even if you weren’t interested in cybersecurity, Milan Patel is the kind of guy you hope you get seated next to at a dinner party so you can listen to his stories. Currently the Chief Client Officer at BlueVoyant,...

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9 Questions You Should Ask When Considering Cloud-Based Tech

To paraphrase Zoolander, cloud-based technology is so hot right now. There are good reasons for that—cost, scalability, and convenience—but if you haven’t asked the right questions, you may face an unpleasant surprise later on. It sounds...

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How to Improve Your IT Security for the Upcoming Elections

Small governments seem to be stuck between a rock and several hard places.

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New Tools to Protect Credit Cards at Gas Stations But Who Gets to Use Them?

If you live in the U.S. and have ever noticed false charges on your credit card statement and had to call your bank to have your card canceled, chances are that you are the victim of skimming.  

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If Your Healthcare Data is Leaked Chances are Your Doctor’s Office, not an Evil Hacker, is to Blame

New research from Michigan State and Johns Hopkins Universities show that failed internal information handling and negligence at healthcare providers’ offices accounts for more than half of personal health information (PHI) breaches.

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New Advances Show Evil Hackers can use Cell Phone Apps to Capture your Information by Sound

Evil hackers and corporate spies have had the ability to record the loud tap-tap-tap of computer keyboards to decipher a log of keystrokes for years. The risk of losing your credentials to such a hack has been low because the attacker would have...

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Research Suggests Your Battery Might be the Key to Thwarting the World’s Most Elusive Malware

Micro-architectural attacks are arguably the most dangerous and difficult of all forms of systems compromise to detect. Micro-architectural attacks leverage flaws in the chip hardware design of computer components. These kinds of flaws are...

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5 Mistakes Made In the Capital One Breach and How to Avoid Them

If an amateur hacker could bring down a Fortune 500 company, how can your company hope to avoid the same fate? Take heart - from what we know at this point, it seems that Capital One overlooked some very obvious safeguards and there are a...
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How Manufacturers Can Protect Against Ransomware Attacks

You might think your company doesn’t have much in common with the largest shipping company in the world, but if you’re a manufacturer, it’s increasingly likely that your business will be targeted via ransomware.

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5 Starter Questions to Keep Your Smart Devices Secure

As the popularity of “smart homes” increases, new research continues to find concerns about the use of IoT (Internet of Things).

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What Data Breaches and the Notre Dame Cathedral Fire Have in Common

On April 15, 2019, a flame ignited Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris and many watched as roughly 500 firefighters struggled to contain the fire. The cause of the flame still remains unclear. According to a recent report, the security guard in charge...

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5 Lesser Known Impacts of Poor Security

You wouldn’t leave the doors to your business unlocked, would you? Of course you wouldn’t. In the same vein, companies go to great lengths – installing alarms and cameras and hiring security – to ensure their locations are physically secure. Yet...

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5 Questions You Should Ask to Ensure You’re Approaching Data Security Correctly

Industries are transforming with the help of digital technologies and IT, and as competition increases across almost every industry, the pressure to digitally transform also intensifies. However, many companies start this process without thinking...

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Surprise on the Dark Web Underscores Need to Understand Security Technology

Author: Tim O'Connor

Impersonation, often called “spoofing” in information security lingo, is one of the most used and critical techniques in the toolboxes of both con artists and evil hackers. Evil hackers can impersonate people, equipment (such...

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Security Trends and Takeaways for the Second Half of 2019

So much has happened in terms of information security and breaches in 2018 that it can be a little overwhelming. Now that we’ve had time to reflect on 2018, we can summarize important lessons and takeaways as we head into the second half of...

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The Shadow Cloud Knows

Author: Tim O'Connor

You may have heard of “Shadow IT”. Shadow IT is the term that describes when employees install their own hardware or software without the approval or even the knowledge of the people responsible for supporting, approving,...

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New Research Finds Flaws in Perceived Cyber Security; Visual Clues Sometimes Help

Author: Tim O'Connor

Encouraging employees to improve their security hygiene can feel like an endless battle. Sometimes it feels like having modern medical knowledge and time-travelling back to plague-ridden middle ages. That is why it’s a...

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If your company experiences an information security breach, will customers order from you again?

Author: Tim O'Connor

New psychological studies could be a game changer.

Damage to reputation and brand name are often some of the most significant hits an organization takes when knowledge of a security breach becomes public. At last...

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Why Security Won’t be the Reason You Succeed, but may be the Reason You Fail

At Cadre, we like to say that security isn’t the reason your company succeeds, but it could be the reason it fails. There’s a lot at risk when a company fails to implement a thorough and successful security eco-system and some companies will...

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5 Ways to be Sure You’re not Over- or Under-Solving for Security

Remember the story of Goldilocks breaking into the three bears’ cottage and wreaking havoc? Goldilocks was eager to eat the porridge left by the bears, so she tried the first bowl and soon realized it was too hot. The next bowl was too cold, but...

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Grab-n-Go Baldr Malware: A Stunning New Type of Malware

A revolutionary new type of malware toolset is starting to show up in dark web hacking forums. The new malware architecture is being called “Grab-n-Go”.

Until now, malware was designed to infect a computer, network or mobile device and stay...

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Why the Citrix Breach Happened and 6 Steps You Can Take to Protect Your Company

What happened?

Citrix, an American software company, disclosed a security breach in which hackers potentially exposed customer data. On March 6, 2019, the FBI contacted Citrix to advise they had reason to believe that cyber criminals had gained...

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Did we miss China’s Quantum Sputnik?

Author: Tim O'Connor

On October 4, 1957 the Sputnik 1 satellite woke up the world and launched (pun intended) the Sputnik crisis, a period of public fear and anxiety across the Western nations. Until Sputnik 1, the western world had an ingrained...

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Common Security Assessment Questions

Penetration tests and network vulnerability assessments are essential components to a company's information security playbook.

Below are frequent questions we receive regarding vulnerability assessments and penetration tests and why they are...

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Security Awareness Training FAQs

We receive a number of questions regarding security awareness training. Below are some common questions. What’s the best way to convince my management team to implement a security awareness program?                A lunch and learn presentation...

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5 Things to keep in mind when Implementing a Security Awareness Program

What are the 5 most important things to keep in mind when implementing a security awareness program?1. Adult Learning. A security awareness program is a waste of time and money if information is not retained and a positive culture change is not...

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2019 Cyber Attack Trends

In 2018, threat actors consistently improved their cyber weapons, quickly adopted new methods and adapted their attacks to emerging technologies. Today’s threat trends increasingly point to more stealth-like cyber attacks with malware,...

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Malware-as-a-Service Empowers Cyber Attackers

Cyber crime is now democratized. In today’s cyber threat landscape, launching a cyber attack is no longer limited to technically savvy hackers. The underground marketplace has made it possible for anyone to become a threat actor. In the...

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8 Steps to Prevent the Next Data Breach

Sensitive data is being exposed at an alarming rate due to unwanted data breaches. Is your business protected? Recently the Facebook data breach allowed hackers to gain access up to 50 million users, 3 billion users were exposed in the Yahoo! Data

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Cadre’s Security Awareness Services Meet Requirements for Major Compliance Standards

Cadre’s Security Awareness class, course design and consulting services are now able to meet requirements for all major compliance standards.

Cadre’s cutting-edge security awareness offerings leverage fun adult-learning and neuroscience...

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Benefits of Moving to the Cloud

Almost every organization has moved at least part of their operation to the cloud. You can’t browse the Internet or do email without a partial cloud presence. With so many of your competitors flocking to the cloud, you can’t afford to overlook...

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How IaaS (Infrastructure as a service) can cut down your IT spend

IaaS is the first tier of a triad of outsourced cloud services. The top two are PaaS (platform as a service) and SaaS (software as a service). Each “…aaS” involves the customer’s doing less work and the cloud provider taking on more...

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Encryption Methods in the Cloud

If you’re going to fly with the eagles in the cloud, you need to be grounded in the best cloud encryption practices. The majority of people know the value of data backup and security. Backup is your insurance against loss; security in the wilds...

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Honoring the Code Talker, Alfred Newman

Author: Tim O'Connor

This piece is honoring the hero, Alfred Newman.

Alfred Newman passed away yesterday at the age of 94. Mr. Newman was a key part of something extraordinary. He contributed to a tool more successful than the most powerful...

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Three Wrong Assumptions Business Owners Have About Cloud Security

Moving data and other company solutions to the cloud can pay off in significant ways for businesses. Small and medium enterprises gain by no longer needing to shell out additional money for the costs of maintaining data servers and other...

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Join us Today at the Information Security Summit in Cleveland

Cleveland I-X Center in Cleveland, Ohio

Earn CPE credits and enjoy a great lineup of educational expert-led sessions. Click here to view the full agenda. 

This year the Summit has added two new places to visit.  The SUMMIT Chateau Café and the...

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How to Create an Effective Security Awareness Program

"Social engineering bypasses all technologies, including firewalls." -Kevin MitnickSocial engineering is often regarded as the most effective and powerful skill used by black-hat hackers and, until recently, it is one of the least addressed...

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How to know if your Facebook Account has been Breached

Watch this video to determine if your Facebook Account has been compromised:

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Join us at Three Rivers Information Security Symposium in Pittsburgh

Three Rivers Information Security Symposium (TRISS) is hosting a symposium on October 19th from 8:00 am till 4:30 pm at the Monroeville Convention Center –South Hall

This community conference is packed with presentations containing overviews of...

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NKU Cybersecurity Symposium

We are delighted to be a sponsor and presenter at the NKU Cybersecurity Symposium in Highland Heights, Kentucky. 

Stop by our booth at Northern Kentucky University in the James C. and Rachel M. Votruba Student Union. Register today and you can...

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Serve & Protect Cincinnati Style

Join Cadre's Exclusive Security Event with our Technology Partners   

When: Thursday, September 27th starting at 4 pm.

Location: MadTree Brewing - 3301 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH 45209

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Join us in Memphis, Tennessee at the SIM Strategy Series for Executives

Stop by our booth for the 32nd Annual SIM Strategies Series. This year’s conference is being held at the Hilton Memphis and they will be providing breakfast, lunch and conference materials.  View the full conference agenda.

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If you think Iranian and Russian disinformation memes are designed to change people’s minds and opinions, you might already be deceived!

Author: Tim O'Connor

Let me begin by saying I am not an expert on Iranian and Russian disinformation campaigns, although I have been researching them with great interest. What I do have is many years of experience in the information security...

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Cadre is proud to be a sponsor at the 14th Annual Lexington Bluegrass Area Minority Business Expo in Lexington

Visit our booth this year at the Lexington Convention Center for the MBE conference. It is a full day conference with registration starting at 7:00 am followed by a continental breakfast. Please click to view the full conference agenda.

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Join us at the Data Connector’s Tech - Security Strategies conference

Pop on over to our booth at the Data Connector’s Tech-Security Strategies conference. This year’s conference is being held at The Westin in downtown Cincinnati.  Register today and you can earn CPE credits!  They will be providing breakfast,...

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Talk About Cloud First or Get There Last

By: Phil Swaim

There is no doubt one of the greatest innovations in IT of the last 10 years has been the public cloud and virtualization. Being able to deploy resources for storage, computing, and communication with 0 capital expenditure, little...

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GRC Roadmap Webinar

In this webinar we discuss what GRC is, why you need a GRC Strategy Roadmap, and how you can leverage a Roadmap to guide you through the GRC implementation journey.

Wherever you are in that journey, the roadmap will allow you to establish...

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Visit us at the VMUG in Indianapolis

Stop by our booth at the VMware User Group conference. This year’s conference is being held at the Indianapolis Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis. They will be providing breakfast, lunch and conference materials.  View the full...

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Circle City Con - Indianapolis

Cadre Information Security is proud to be a sponsor and exhibitor at the Circle City Con in Indianapolis. 

Stop by our booth at the Circle City Con security conference. We are co-hosting this year with Symantec, the global leader in...

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CircleCity Crossroads - Indianapolis

Cadre Information Security is proud to be a sponsor and exhibitor at the CircleCity Crossroads. 

This is the first year that CircleCityCon, Infragard, and ISSA have joined together to create this extraordinary event for Information Security...

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Visit us at Tech Pros 2018 in Pittsburgh PA

Cadre Information Security is proud to be a sponsor and exhibitor at the Tech Pros at Penn State Dickinson Law. 

Visit our booth on Thursday or Friday, May 24th and 25th, at Penn State Dickinson Law.  The conference begins each day at 9 am. Click 

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Internal use of SSL/TLS: Risks, Challenges, and Opportunities for Further Consideration

SSL is a ubiquitous technology introduced in 1994.  The use of SSL, and it’s descendant, TLS, is first and foremost based on established trust.  A trusted authority validates a domain name as belonging to a particular entity.  This trusted...

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Do You Worry About Who Is Accessing Your Data?

Cadre Information Security is proud to be co-hosting an exclusive security event with SecurityScorecard.   

When: Friday, May 25th

Location: Cinemark Theatres, 6001 Canal Road, Valley View, OH 44125

Wondering who SecurityScorecard is?  Well come...

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Be a Jedi by Protecting Your Galaxy!

Cadre Information Security is proud to be co-hosting an exclusive security event with Fortinet and Gemalto.   

When: Friday, May 25th

Location: Envision Cinemas, 4780 Cornell Road, Blue Ash, OH 45241

Protecting your Galaxy from the Death Star is...

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Your ISP Potentially Knows EVERYTHING that you do through your Internet Connection

Q. Who knows more about your internet use then Facebook, Amazon or even your browser?

A. Your ISP and NOW they can collect and sell your internet usage information!

Q. How can you protect yourself?

A. Keep reading this blog!

Quietly last March,...

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How to Legally Practice Social Engineering

Social Engineering is without question the most powerful and successful hacker skill of all time, but how can you become fluent enough in this skill to learn and defend against it if the practice is illegal?

If you want to learn a skill to...

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Should we Fear the Amazon Echo or Other Smart Speakers in our Home?

Author: Tim O’Connor

I am a cyber security professional and when I tell some of my peers that I have several Amazon Echo smart speakers in my home and workshop they sometimes look at me like I just said Edward Snowden was my roommate or that I...

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Cadre Information Security is Hosting a Governance, Risk and Compliance Roadmap Strategy Workshop at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse.

Luncheon – Louisville, KY  

Are you in compliance with regulatory requirements?  Join us on April 12th at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse at 11:30am to meet our GRC team.

Come take a break from your daily work assignments to hear more about Governance,...

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HID Proximity Access Cards:  Unsafe at Any Speed!

Many workers are familiar with the venerable HID access card.  You present the card to a badge reader and the door opens.  The badge itself, about the same size as a credit card, identifies the holder to the access control system that controls...

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Don't Lose Face with your Friends over Facebook

Author: Tim O'Connor

You have likely been hearing about the personal privacy leakage court cases involving data mining your Facebook account and maybe even its link to “spy vs. spy” stuff like Russian election influence. You might have even heard...

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Cadre Information Security is hosting a Happy Hour at The District Tap in Indianapolis

Ready for a nice cold beverage?  Join us on Thursday, March 1st at The District Tap to meet our local security team.   

Enjoy a great afternoon of networking with like-minded peers while sampling some food and beverages.  The goal is to introduce...

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Cadre to Offer RSA Archer Solutions

Cadre Information Security has expanded its partnership with RSA, a Dell Technologies Company, and a leader in the enterprise Risk Management and Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) market.

Cadre is broadening its strategic role with RSA, by...

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Cadre's Digital Training Classroom 

Cadre’s new upgraded classroom brings better than state-of-the-art security training for students at ANY LOCATION to our already advanced training solutions.

Students can now attend all of Cadre’s course offerings remotely without the expense of...

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Benefits of a Virtual Chief Information Security Officer Service (vCISO)

By now you are probably aware of the advantages of using a virtual computer (VM) and how that compares with utilizing and operating a physical one.

A Virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO), similar to a virtual machine, is a new...

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Security Awareness Evaluation - Don't Fall for the "Streetlight Effect!"

A policeman sees a drunk man searching for something under a streetlight and asks what the drunk has lost. He says he lost his keys and they both look under the streetlight together. After a few minutes the policeman asks if he is sure he lost...

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Cadre Now Offers Managed Services

When it comes to managing IT for your business, you can never have too much help.  That's why Cadre is now offering Managed Security Services. 

Maintaining and upgrading a security system requires a defined, comprehensive process for updating...

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Monitor the Security State of your Internal Network with Virtual Network Vulnerability Scanning

Keeping abreast of your network and infrastructure can be a daunting task. Vulnerabilities are much more than a nuisance, they leave your company open to attacks that can lead to serious consequences. Patching vulnerabilities, monitoring email...

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What is GRC?

GRC stands for Governance, Risk and Compliance.

The Open Compliance and Ethics Group (OCEG) has published one of the most comprehensive GRC definitions. In its GRC Capability Model, Red Book, 2.0, the OCEG defines GRC as a system of people,...

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Good vs. Evil:  Dealing with today's cyber threats

Cadre Information Security is proud to be co-hosting an exclusive security event with SentinelOne.   

When: Friday, November 3rd starting at 10:30am 

Location: Cobb Theatre, 7514 Bales Street, Liberty Township, OH 45069

SentinelOne’s security...

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InfoSec Summit SSW-2017 Cleveland Ohio

Cadre Information Security is proud to be a sponsor and exhibitor at the Security Summit in Cleveland, Ohio. 

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Data Connectors - Nashville

Cadre Information Security is proud to be a sponsor and exhibitor at the Data Connectors in Nashville. 

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SecureWorld Cincinnati

Cadre Information Security is proud to be a sponsor and exhibitor at the SecureWorld Cincinnati.

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Building CyberSecurity Awareness

October is National CyberSecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM)

This campaign was created as an effort to ensure Americans have the resources and information they need to be safe and more secure online. 

There's been a massive number of cyberattacks...

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How to Encourage Your Team to use Stronger Passwords

If you work in any sort of IT/cyber security role, you know it’s imperative to be concerned with hacking. It’s scary out there, especially with increasing reports of organized cyber-criminals going after any sized company, not just the bigger...

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