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The Cybersecurity Shutdown

By Phil Reitinger People like to say “no pain, no gain.” For cybersecurity and the partial U.S. government shutdown, however, the proper...
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Global Notes: Recent GCA Adventures in Europe

By Aimée Larsen Kirkpatrick November and December have been busy months for the Global Cyber Alliance team as we work to close...
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Free Cyber Readiness Program Offers SMBs a Path to Improved Cybersecurity

If you’re not worried about cybersecurity, you should be. Cyber attacks are on the rise – last year there were 53,000 cyber...
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Deepak Prabhakara Appointed as GCA Ambassador

By Andy Bates Getting to work with the best and brightest is a true highlight of being part of GCA. To that...
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Abandoned Web Applications: Achilles' Heel of FT 500 Companies

Abandoned Web Applications Jeopardize Corporate Cybersecurity Web security company High-Tech Bridge, a Geneva-based GCA member, has recently produced a research of FT...
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Darren Argyle Appointed as GCA Ambassador

by Andy Bates It is my great pleasure to announce the newest member of our GCA community - Darren Argyle - who...
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Are We Making a Mark with DMARC?

by Krista Montie DMARC is recognized internationally as an important email security standard, and for the past two years, GCA has been...
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Global Cyber Alliance: Let's Do Something!

As part of our third anniversary, we asked our Founders and leadership team to speak about why it was so important to...
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Smart Cities: If We Want Things to Stay the Same, Things Have to Change

By Adnan Baykal When analyzing global, systemic cyber risk one should look at smart cities, as they are the smallest IT ecosystem that mimics the...
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Are We All Bored With GDPR Yet?

By Andy Bates It’s strange GDPR is about to happen but already either you know about it and are bored of people trying to sell you GDPR solutions or you have ignored as something else has been more pressing or interesting.
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The Hardest Problem: Internal Cyber Threats

By Jeremy Swinfen-Green Most people would agree that employees are the greatest threat to cyber security faced by organisations.
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Surprizez

By Phil Reitinger While there is a fair amount of FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) in cybersecurity, there is less “fake news.” What we face less made-up stories, and more the blinding assault of the obvious masquerading as a new truth.
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Securing a Connected World Requires Global Collaboration

By Maryam Rahmani Everywhere we look, devices and people are getting connected to the Internet.
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The RSA Conference: It’s Still the People

By Phil Reitinger It occurs to me that there is another prediction I could make almost every year: next year, I will come to RSA.
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RSAC 2018 Blog Day Three: Cyber Woodstock

By Phil Reitinger In August 1969, somewhere near 500,000 people gathered on a farm in New York for a music festival – an event that became “the definitive nexus for the larger counterculture generation.”
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