Matthew Pascucci

Policy and Procedures – Security Compliance

All organizations have policies and procedures on how particular tasks and goals are established within the organization. The issue here is many of these are either word of mouth or haven’t been written down. This leads to having subjective policies and procedures that morph over time based off a loose ... Read More
Matthew Pascucci

Developing Cybersecurity Muscle Memory with Table Top Sessions

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Matthew Pascucci

Just Patch Already… It’s Not that Easy

We’ve all heard it before, “Just patch all the things and you’ll be perfectly fine” and there’s a lot of truth to this statement; it’s also extremely shortsighted. If you’re working in a large enterprise or an organization that uses unique equipment for business functions it’s almost impossible to follow ... Read More
Matthew Pascucci

Second Annual Long Island CISO Roundtable

We recently held our second annual CISO roundtable that brought in the attendance of fifteen CISO’s for a candid conversation regarding their concerns, challenges and advice on protecting their organization. Last year’s roundtable showed that Long Island has a security community that’s hungry to learn and grow from each other ... Read More
Using Deception and Automation to Reduce Attacker Dwell Time

Using Deception and Automation to Reduce Attacker Dwell Time

In the treatise, “The Prince,” Niccolo Machiavelli, a 16th-century political theorist, muses about using deception to gain advantage over political... The post Using Deception and Automation to Reduce Attacker Dwell Time appeared first on Siemplify ... Read More
Matt Pascucci

Training Wheels are Off – NYS DFS Transitional Period Finished

The two-year transitional period implemented by the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYS DFS) regarding their Cybersecurity framework, 23 NYCRR 500, finished this past March 1, 2019. This doesn’t mean the work ends here, but essentially it’s just getting started. The state of New York allowed institutions, or ... Read More
Matt Pascucci

Training Wheels are Off – NYS DFS Transitional Period Finished

The two-year transitional period implemented by the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYS DFS) regarding their Cybersecurity framework, 23 NYCRR 500, finished this past March 1, 2019. This doesn’t mean the work ends here, but essentially it’s just getting started. The state of New York allowed institutions, or ... Read More
Matt Pascucci

Legally Dangerous Attackers

Malicious actors are consistently and persistently looking for new avenues to compromise sensitive data and they’ve found one such entry through legal firms. Legal firms play a unique role within the economy by being at the center of personal and business-related transactions. Legal firms are involved with large enterprises, governments, ... Read More
Matthew Pascucci

Podcast: CISO Speak – Vulnerability Management in the Cloud

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Matt Pascucci

So You want to Work in Cybersecurity, eh?!

There is a massive need for cybersecurity professionals today and the need is only growing. We’ve seen estimates of anywhere between 2-3 million vacant jobs over the next three years. The demand is definitely bullish and showing no signs of stopping. With this being said, breaking into an industry is ... Read More
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