Today we are excited to announce Jeff Wheat as our new Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). Jeff joins us with more than 35 years of experience in information security, IT architecture, cyber operations, and risk management. In the role of CISO, Jeff will be responsible for Blue Team Alpha’s cyber security policies, security operations, and data and platform protection.
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Most cyberattacks are crimes of opportunity, randomly seeking to exploit weak IT environments—and they are on the rise. An efficient and effective response is essential, requiring a strategic reaction to a network security breach, exploit, or cyberattack.
Many cybersecurity companies focus on software and provide services as an add-on. Blue Team Alpha is different. We make a commitment to our clients to get them back up and running as quickly as possible. Our team runs toward the fire, ensuring you get the immediate response needed for survival.
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With cyberattacks on the rise, it’s important for small and medium-sized business owners to look at their cybersecurity plans. Sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start, but even on a budget there are a few basic hygiene measures (like a password manager) you can implement to keep your company and systems secure.
At Blue Team Alpha, we firmly believe in the importance of a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for both large and small companies. As cybersecurity attacks continue to rise, the C-Suite demands a role fully dedicated to protecting enterprise networks, applications, and data. It’s the only way to properly defend against an attack.
All you have to do is scan the latest headlines, and it becomes painfully obvious that cyber attacks are on the rise. In fact, 80 percent of businesses have seen an increase in attacks this year, due in large part to the pandemic.
We all know that cyber attacks in 2020 have gone through the roof due to COVID, in part due to the massive shift of more people working from home. This shift from more secure office-centric networks to home-based workers has given hackers new avenues for attacks.