It’s been a week since DEFCON 28 went virtual live in “safe mode.”  It was a great event to attend and with over 250,000 people registered it was probably one of the largest ever online conferences.  All the talks are available for free on youtube so get to checking them out, there are a lot of…

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A Struggle For All Parties A few days ago, it was announced that school districts in San Diego and Los Angeles would be going completely online in the fall as a response to increasing COVID-19 concerns. This decision stands to impact not only the parents and students involved but also the schools themselves. While this…

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Recently, our CEO Kris Rides had an engaging conversation with ITSPmagazine regarding the state of the job market amidst COVID-19. One of the few things that was discussed was the cybersecurity talent gap and its relation to lay offs. However, as noted by Kris in the podcast, the lay offs have not been as great…

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Industry Giants Impacted By Supply Chain Attack It was recently announced that a well known supply chain for heavy hitters in the automotive and aerospace industry had been undermined. Visser Precision, a custom parts maker for major companies such as Tesla, SpaceX, and Boeing, revealed that it had been a victim of a cybersecurity attack…

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The Surprising Truth About Ransomware Laws Imagine there is a person right now with possession of a ransomware malware that is targeting you and your business. Before they get a chance to use it, you discover their scheme and call the authorities. You would think for certain that they would be penalized by the law.…

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This past week, our amazing Senior Recruitment Consultant, Chrissy was fortunate enough to attend the Wonder Women Tech National Conference in Long Beach on behalf of Tiro Security. Wonder Women Tech is a non-profit organization that seeks to highlight, educate, and celebrate women and the underrepresented in STEAM industries (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math.) This…

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Ransomware in the News Just this week, there has been a report of a ransomware attack that has plagued our local San Bernardino City Unified School District. This attack directly targeted the school district’s computer network which in turn has blocked all entry to numerous vital district files. While District Safety Manager Eric Vetere maintains…

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  Coming up half-way through the month of October, there is a sense of growing anticipation with the holiday season almost upon us. While it is easy to neglect October as simply the bridge month for our turkey dinners or creamy eggnogs, it has more significance than most would think. And no, I am not…

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First off I would like to thank Anshu Gupta for allowing us to republish his article. Anshu has experience working at some of the biggest names in tech here in the USA and has sat on both sides of the table so his insight is invaluable. When I read it I thought it had some great advice…

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