#Ransomware – Don’t Become A Statistic: Discussion & Breakfast Thursday, March 15th • 8-10AM

Join #CybersafeSolutions for an informative discussion and a complimentary breakfast at: Capital Grille – 630 Old Country Rd. (Roosevelt Field Mall) Garden City, NY Please RSVP by March 5th to: rsvp@CybersafeSolutions.com (Limited space avail, RSVP today!) #RANSOMWARE – #CYBERCRIME AS A BUSINESS Ransomware is growing at a rate of 350% per year 4,000+ ransomware attacks have […]

FEB 15TH – NYS DFS DEADLINE  Submit Annual Certification of Compliance

FEB 15, 2018 DEADLINE: SUBMIT ANNUAL CERTIFICATION OF CYBERSECURITY COMPLIANCE. Last year, New York State passed legislation that requires financial organizations to implement specific cybersecurity assurances to their systems. According to NYS DFS, this regulation covers all entities operating under DFS licensure, re; banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions subject to NYS DFS jurisdiction, as […]

New York-Based Cybersafe Solutions Leverages Maryland Talent & Infrastructure By Hosting SOC In Tier IV AiNET Data Center.

Cyber security stories have made global headlines, and not in a good way. From small businesses to transnational corporations to politicians, many organizations found their most critical data wasn’t as secure as they had thought. Cybersafe Solutions understood the challenge many organizations were facing, and had a solution. “Most companies don’t have the resources they […]

Cybersafe Solutions Welcomes Our New Partner & COO, Keith Strassberg

Keith Strassberg is a renowned speaker and author of numerous books on the topic of information security and brings to Cybersafe Solutions his wealth of knowledge in the cybersecurity sector. Keith’s state-of-the-art solutions and 20+ years experience in cybersecurity is an asset to Cybersafe Solutions and our clients. Learn more about Keith and the rest […]

Call Centers: Why Cybersecurity Matters

In April 2015, the Federal Communications Commission announced that it had fined AT&T $25 million for failing to protect its customers’ personal information. The names and social security numbers of hundreds of thousands of wireless users were stolen from AT&T call centers. This information was then sold to unauthorized third parties and used for nefarious […]

APT without the P

Does the Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) actually need to be persistent when targeting the private sector?  A strong argument could be made that sophisticated adversaries can gain access to most organizations “at will” with little need to install malware that could potentially: Reveal their presence Be traced back to them Not work Scenario – Car Dealerships […]