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Cybersecurity Week in Review

Robert DuPree
February 15, 2019

This week’s cybersecurity news in review includes reports on a new study on the costs to businesses of poor digital certificate identity management practices, new NIST recommendations for securing modern manufacturing via blockchain, a new report on the federal government’s progress relative to the private sector in adopting anti-spoofing tools, and a DHS agency’s denial that it is backing off efforts to protect the 2020 election from foreign hacking.

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The Irony of RMF Step 0

Gianna Price
February 13, 2019

In my previous post, I mentioned the addition of the Prepare step, often referred to as Step 0, in the revised NIST SP 800-37 Risk Management Framework, a.k.a. RMF 2.0. The Prepare step, which aligns with the core of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, expands the conversation from system-focused vulnerability management into organizational risk management.  

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Tampa Bay Frogman Swim Honors the Fallen and Benefits Naval Special Warfare Foundation

John B. Wood
January 28, 2019

It is always a privilege to be able to support this event and the families of America’s fallen heroes. Thank you and congratulations to all who participated in the Frogman Swim this year.

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RMF 2.0: Are you “Prepare’d”?

Gianna Price
January 24, 2019

The updated framework does a great job emphasizing organizational risk management, but the first step (literally) is being prepared.

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Cyber Reflections: An Open Letter to Mr. Claus

Maj. Gen. Paul Capasso USAF (Ret.)
December 14, 2018

Holiday greetings!  I can’t believe how quickly time has passed.  A lot has happened in the world of cyber over the four years since I wrote you last.

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Cheering for Loudoun Teams Competing in the CyberPatriot Challenge

John B. Wood
November 26, 2018

Telos Corporation is proud to sponsor 17 teams from the Academies of Loudoun in the 11th CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Defense Competition.

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Cyber Reflections: Attention Online Shoppers

Maj. Gen. Paul Capasso USAF (Ret.)
November 19, 2018

By following a few simple guidelines this holiday season you can have a positive “IMPACT” on your pocketbook and stay one step ahead of potential fraudulent cyber activities. Happy Shopping!

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Our Rising Star: Recognizing Young Talent in the Workplace

John B. Wood
November 16, 2018

We are thrilled that one of our own, Danielle Lauhoff, was recognized in the 2018 class of Rising Stars.

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Veterans Day 2018 – A celebration of heroes in the workplace.

John B. Wood
November 9, 2018

This Veterans Day is an opportunity to honor the contributions our heroes continue to make long after leaving the service.

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Cyber Reflections: Trick or Treat During Cybersecurity Month

Maj. Gen. Paul Capasso USAF (Ret.)
October 23, 2018

This month is the time to reflect on how we can better secure our cyber surroundings.  If we can improve upon the key messages of this year’s cybersecurity month, we should be able to remove the “tricks” and increase the “treats” of the web by reducing the risks cyber threats pose to our global community.  Happy Halloween!

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