There are a few cybersecurity fundamentals that keep us safe … but how do you get the people in your org to adopt them? Our COO Yanek Korff’s got some ideas.
All good cybersecurity policies share some similar traits. Here are our pro tips for creating a solid policy for your own org.
Relativity CSO Amanda Fennell shares the top five, easy-to-get-started things she sees forward-thinking law firms doing to improve their security.
SOAR isn’t really about “orchestration and response.” It’s an engineering problem at its core. Here’s why.
Your IT team isn’t racking and stacking servers like they used to, but cracking the cloud security code is easier than you think. Get our pro tips for doing just that.
If you’ve got a blank canvas with the opportunity to build a security program from scratch, here’s how to get started and make the most of your new program
The NIST Privacy Framework will revolutionize how we think about privacy. Here’s how your org might use it.
Need to expand your security tool chest? Our CISO’s got some tips to consider when thinking about what tech to keep or buy.
How can you figure out if the quality of the service you’re about to sign up for will improve over time? Our COO Yanek Korff’s got some tips for making sure you choose a service that’ll last.
If you're left holding the hot potato of a legacy lackluster security program, or are suddenly forced to protect your org and its data with less, here are a few quick steps to take to get cybersecurity efforts back on track.
In this guest post, Amanda Fennell, CSO at Relativity reflects on what she’s learned.