Security, Digital Transformation, Cybersecurity, AI, Online Business Systems, Digital Business transformation, Cloud Deployment, RSP

How to Avoid Risky Business

At Online Business Systems we have our feet in two different worlds – Digital Transformation and Cybersecurity. As you can guess, we get a lot of questions about how to plan for and incorporate a security strategy when designing and executing a digital transformation project (e.g. process automation, transforming to a paperless organization, incorporating AI, or a cloud migration.) I have read quite a few articles and blogs written on this topic recently and had a few thoughts of my own based on my experiences being on the front lines where we’ve seen security done well (and also, unfortunately, not so well.)

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By Tony Fulda on Aug 1, 2019 1:19:37 PM
Cybersecurity, InfoSec, Security Consulting, Information Security, Threat

The Cybersecurity Marathon

We hear a lot about the pace of change and the increasingly sophisticated threats facing organizations today. You don’t have to look much further than the daily headlines to read about new ways of doing business, or the latest successful data breach. 

What’s becoming very clear is that Cybersecurity is not a sprint, but rather a marathon.
Each leg of the race presents new challenges and requires a commitment to diligence, risk management, and continuous program improvement. What we’ve done in the past is now proving to be insufficient and ineffective for the unpredictable terrain ahead. Different threat landscapes requires different solutions …and occasionally you need to stop, rest, and re-hydrate along the way.

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By Steve Croucher on Jun 27, 2019 1:16:00 PM
Security, HPComputers, PrinterSecurity, ReinventSecurity, Cybersecurity, TechDay, #BugCrowd, #BugBounty, #TheFixer

HP Continues to Demonstrate its Commitment to Printer Security

In August 2018, Onliner Jeff Man attended the Black Hat Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. While at Black Hat Jeff had the opportunity to connect with the team from HP and discuss the importance, and changing landscape of printer security.
 

In early 2017, HP invited a group of cybersecurity industry bloggers and podcasters to gather for an HP Print Security “Tech Day” at their headquarters in Palo Alto, CA. The purpose of the gathering was to introduce the group to HP’s printer security program (#reinventsecurity), foster discussion, and get feedback on the program. This event was the precursor to a major marketing campaign for HP to promote everything they’ve been doing in terms of making their printers more secure and also building printers with “cyber resilience”, meaning they have the capacity to detect malicious or accidental actions and even recover from the attacks. HP has worked diligently to improve the security of printers which in turn helps to create a more secure enterprise network.

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By Jeff Man on Sep 20, 2018 3:57:53 PM