Cybersecurity Newsletter

January 12th, 2022

In This Edition:

  1. [News] || Don’t Expect A Slowdown After Record-Setting Year For Cybersecurity As Several Drivers Remain For Big 2022: Even though this year was unlike any other for cybersecurity—with more than $20 billion invested into the sector—2022 may very well build off that momentum, according to many in the industry.
  2. [Event] || InfraGard Virtual Seminar: Third-Party Risk and Supply Chain: Third-party risk management teams are charged with protecting the organization’s assets across hundreds and sometimes thousands of organizations.
  3. [News] || 2022 Cybersecurity Predictions from Lookout: Work From Anywhere Ends On-Premises Security: Nearly two years after most organizations were forced to experiment with remote work, 2022 will be an inflection point for both threats and cybersecurity solutions.
  4. [Event] || THA Annual Conference and Expo 2022: Every year, the THA Annual Conference & Expo brings together influential and innovative health experts to guide Texas hospital leaders through operational and financial trends, public policy concerns, regulations, and legislative outcomes that affect operations and patient care.
  5. [Blog] || How Sharp is Your Security Awareness?: One of several basic elements of a robust cybersecurity program is promoting security awareness throughout your organization. And not just occasionally. It requires establishing a security awareness program that can be delivered regularly, to all employees and updated as new threats emerge.
  6. [Content Offer] || Whitepaper - Security and Privacy Remote Workforce: In this white paper, you will be able to understand in simple terms what your company and your employees should do to minimize the security and privacy risks of working remotely. 
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Don’t Expect A Slowdown After Record-Setting Year For Cybersecurity As Several Drivers Remain For Big 2022

Even though last year was unlike any other for cybersecurity—with more than $20 billion invested into the sector—2022 may very well build off that momentum, according to many in the industry. While last year was driven to new heights by several sectors like cloud, API security, health care IT and insurance, this year should see a continuation of several of those trends, and some newer ones that started to emerge in the latter half of 2021.

What Are The New Trends?

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InfraGard Virtual Seminar: Third-Party Risk and Supply Chain

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Dangerous, unwanted bad actors, all pounding on your multiple gates. Where do they slip in from? How do we prevent against them? There are many ways to detect and deter threats in your own environment…but what about in other corporate environments - your vendors, partners, contractors, cloud providers, etc.? Third-party risk management teams are charged with protecting the organization’s assets across hundreds and sometimes thousands of organizations. After all, third-party risk touches all enterprises, from huge corporations down to small business.

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2022 Cybersecurity Predictions: Work From Anywhere Ends On-Premises Security

Nearly two years after most organizations were forced to experiment with remote work, 2022 will be an inflection point for both threats and cybersecurity solutions. With increased interconnectivity comes heightened security gaps, such as software supply chain vulnerabilities and data leakage. But this also means an accelerated adoption of integrated, cloud-delivered security solutions that enables proactive threat hunting and advanced data protection.

Learn How To Protect Remote Workers

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Every year, the THA Annual Conference & Expo brings together influential and innovative health experts to guide Texas hospital leaders through operational and financial trends, public policy concerns, regulations, and legislative outcomes that affect operations and patient care.

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How Sharp is Your Security Awareness?

 

One of several basic elements of a robust cybersecurity program is promoting security awareness throughout your organization. And not just occasionally. It requires establishing a security awareness program that can be delivered regularly, to all employees and updated as new threats emerge.

Other cybersecurity program elements, such as incident response planning, risk assessment, and corrective action planning, are important. However, security awareness is rarely given the priority it deserves—despite the associated risks.

 

How Good Is Your Cybersecurity Awareness?

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Whitepaper - Security and Privacy - Remote Workforce

 

COVID-19 has resulted in a lot of companies switching to a remote work model. If your organization has any of its team members working remotely or from their homes, this white paper is for you. 

In this white paper, you will be able to understand in simple terms what your company and your employees should do to minimize the security and privacy risks of working remotely.  There is even a checklist of low-hanging fruit that you can use to implement some quick actions to improve your security posture with remote workers.

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

 

January 18th, 2022

InfraGard Virtual Seminar: Third-Party Risk and Supply Chain Online Webinar

February 8th, 2022

THA Annual Conference and Expo 2022 Marriott Marquis Houston

March 3rd, 2022

The 16th Annual State of the CIO The Signature Grand, Davie

March 7th, 2022

SFMA’S 34th Annual Golf Tournament The Club at Weston Hills

May 3rd, 2022

GA HIMSS Annual Conference Cobb Galleria Center

 

24By7Security, Inc. is a full service Cybersecurity strategy, implementation, operations and training firm. We provide Cybersecurity and Compliance related services across all functions of the enterprise. Our Cybersecurity services include security risk assessments, vulnerability assessments and penetration testing, social engineering testing, web application testing, policies and procedures, incident response management, forensics, cybersecurity awareness training, and more. Our Compliance services include CMMC Readiness, CFPB/DFA, FIPA, FERPA, SOC-SSAE 18, GLBA, HIPAA, PCI, SOX, GDPR, ISO 27001, FFIEC, NIST-CSF, NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulations and others.

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