The cybersecurity skills gap remains a constant issue year after year. Check out how our CEO Kris Rides and Sandy Silk Director of IT Security Education & Consulting at Harvard University tackle the challenge in an ISACA exclusive. Click here to learn more.

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Recently, our Virtual CISO Jenai Marinkovic had an interview discussing how small businesses address the issue of vendor security assessments. One important note that Jenai made was that since most small businesses do not have the resources of larger companies they should focus on making sure they get the fundamentals down for their security policy.…

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Recently our CEO Kris Rides was invited to do a webinar with Victor Monga of Virtually Testing Foundation about resume building. It is something that everyone in the workforce can all benefit from. This webinar is completely free and will take place Friday June 12th at 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM PDT. We hope to…

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Covid-19 And The Impact On Cybersecurity  There is no denying that Coronavirus (Covid19) has heavily impacted both our economy as well as our everyday lives. However, this post is not meant to rehash what has already been said in the news but rather to highlight the additional stress and pressure that this puts on cybersecurity…

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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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As a company that is headquartered in Los Angeles and has an office in El Segundo just down the road from the Lakers practice facility, Tiro Security would like to send our condolences to all that were affected by the tragic Helicopter crash yesterday morning. I’m of similar age to Kobe with a daughter who…

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2019 has come to an end and we are now about a week into a new year and new decade. Since all the festivities have finished and most of our clients are back at work focused on 2020, I wanted to take some time to look back at the past year to reflect on the…

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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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Phishing Scams Thrive on Deadlines and Fear Tax returns are soon due on Tuesday, April 18th, 2017, and with that looming deadline, the pressure is on to have everything done and filed correctly. All paperwork in order? All taxes accounted for? Employees all have their W-2s? It is a pressure that phishing scammers thrive upon.…

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