CISA (Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency) and The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) created the CONTINUOUS DIAGNOSTICS and MITIGATION (“CDM”) program in an effort to gather critical Cybersecurity risk information together. They desired an ability that could present the most important data to active dashboards and elevate resource allocations and remediation priorities to the appropriate authorities. Anamo, a patent-pending commercial-grade CDM Cybersecurity platform, has answered that call.
We hear so much about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and what it can do, as well as cautions about it. But how can it help your business run more efficiently as well as deliver amazing results in customer service? Read on to learn more about harnessing the power of AI for your small-to-medium-sized business.
Today’s robust data lakes containing millions of unique Cybersecurity risk identifiers can now be harnessed with ML and AI to deliver predictive threat extrapolation in near Real-Time. In preparation of this years’ annual Space Power conference (US Space Force & NASA) US ProTech has prepared an informative AI/Cyber discussion which will center around the immediate defensive cybersecurity demands of NASA, the DoD, and many other agencies.
Cloud Computing, long a fundamental part of digital transformation, is seeing even more changes in 2024 and beyond. From hybrid and multi-cloud to the intersection of artificial intelligence and cloud computing, and the security and compliance implications, digital transformation and innovation will continue. Read on to learn more about upcoming cloud trends.
Businesses large and small deal every day with personally identifiable information from customers, employees and additional stakeholders. How do they protect it? While passwords alone are not considered personally identifiable information, they help keep it safe. Read on to learn more about how to manage passwords and keep data safe
As seen in various trend reports, spending is expected in certain areas like cloud computing, digital innovation, and more. These developments sound exciting, but whether or not your company wants to embark on one of these directions depends on your business goals. Read on to learn how to assess whether emerging technology fits with business plans.
With cutting-edge technology and digital innovation continuing to take center stage, technology spending is expected to continue expanding. With digital innovation like artificial intelligence, cloud computing and even the Internet of Things also comes a greater potential of cyber threats. Read on to learn more about technology trends and how they may affect businesses in 2024 and beyond
The state of cybersecurity seems to be getting better, though there’s always room for improvement. According to a recent report by CompTIA, “The State of Cybersecurity 2024”, more companies see the need to take a proactive approach and look at cybersecurity from a risk management standpoint. Read on to learn what this might mean to your efforts to protect technological assets.
The old defenses against cyberattacks–firewalls, antivirus programs and operating system patches–worked well when the security perimeter was the office. Now that remote work is here to stay and more devices are connected to company networks, protecting networks is more complicated. Read on to learn how defense in depth, an integration of individual tools, can help you better protect your technological assets.