Attracting and Keeping Our Cybersecurity Talent

Attracting and Keeping Our Cybersecurity Talent

  The cybersecurity talent thing is getting old.  Everyone talks about it, but nothing really changes across the industry. We don’t have the cybersecurity talent, we don’t have the skillset, we can’t keep our cybersecurity talent. But honestly,...
Government: the Ultimate Ransomware Target

Government: the Ultimate Ransomware Target

If you pay any attention to cyber security related news, you likely have noticed a large uptick in ransomware attacks targeting state and local governments. These ransomware attacks include Albany New York, Lake City Florida, Jackson County Georgia, Baltimore...
8 Strategies for Secure Backups

8 Strategies for Secure Backups

In the age of ransomware and extreme weather, having secure and redundant backups is critical to ensuring your company can survive and quickly recover from a data loss event. NuHarbor compiled eight tips to ensure your backups are safe, secure, and ready to deploy in...
Zero Trust: Not Just Another Marketing Term

Zero Trust: Not Just Another Marketing Term

Companies love to throw around the term “Zero Trust” when advertising their security products. With all this marketing hype, it is easy to discount Zero Trust as just another marketing gimmick like “synergy.” However, the Zero Trust model can be an effective method to...
The Vulnerability of Artificial Intelligence

The Vulnerability of Artificial Intelligence

If you have been in the cybersecurity market for more than five minutes, you will see that every product vendor is offering some variation of artificial intelligence, machine learning, or block chain in order to prevent the next zero-day attack. If you are in the...

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