I’ve had the opportunity throughout my career to work with amazingly talented technical individuals. The things they can do with computers in a relatively short period of time is impressive. I learn something new from them every day.
As enterprises everywhere brace for the impact of COVID-19 on their day-to-day business functions, I’d like to remind information security and business continuity practitioners to specifically think about the impact nonstandard operations could have on their security programs.
At Columbus Collaboratory, we work across all industries to develop cybersecurity and AI solutions that drive measurable business results. Collaboration is the cornerstone of our approach because it allows companies to accelerate learning, adopt best practices, and lower the time and risk associated with realizing business value from proven approaches and solutions.
In an article featured in the Columbus CEO, author Chloe Teasley applauds the recent transformation of Columbus Collaboratory from a fellowship serving seven major corporate investors to a company that can now sell its services to the broader business community.
Warfighters have used offensive engagements to improve their planning and execution for centuries. Military planners “red team” battle plans with dedicated teams designed to emulate the adversary’s capabilities and behaviors.
Enterprise IT leaders must continuously monitor threats and review vulnerabilities to thrive in today’s threat and regulatory landscape. New features in Columbus Collaboratory’s Vulnerability Management Solution make it easier to decide which vulnerabilities to address immediately and which vulnerabilities are not a genuine threat.
Independent auditing firm GBQ Partners completed the report, which verified Covail’s controls for ensuring accessibility while protecting and securing data.