Monthly Archives: May 2022

By Emily Newton, Editor-in-Chief at Revolutionized Magazine Telemedicine has redefined the healthcare sector. While remote care technologies existed before the COVID-19 pandemic, their adoption surged as in-person health visits fell out of favor. Now that these solutions are common and the initial hype has quieted, telemedicine security has taken center stage. […]

Is Security Keeping Pace With Telemedicine’s Growth?

By Bill Herzog is the CEO of Lionheart Security Services Safety at your company is a top priority for any business owner. This is especially true for any company that has employees working on potentially hazardous job sites. Industrial plant workers, construction workers, warehouse workers, and healthcare workers all could […]

Companies Should Invest in OSHA 10 Certified Security Guards

By Shannon Walker, Founder and President of Whistleblower Security Inc No matter the industry or level of security you have, your organization is vulnerable to cybersecurity threats. Employee negligence, human error, and malicious attacks can result in severe consequences for a business and are difficult to plan for. Cybersecurity threats […]

Benefits of Whistleblower Hotlines for Organizational Cybersecurity Protection

By Zach Norton, Digital Marketing Specialist and Expert Writer at To mitigate the damage of Slowloris attacks, increase bandwidth, adjust hardware configuration, broaden your infrastructure, and invest in DDoS mitigation software and hardware. One of the most common cyberattacks is a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack. A DDoS […]

How to Mitigate a Slowloris DDoS Attack

By Zachary Amos, Features Editor at ReHack Business continuity planning is essential for companies today. Ideally, a business will never experience an emergency, but it’s best to plan to mitigate disruption than to not know what to do when it happens. Cybersecurity should be part of that plan. With cybercrime costing […]

Essential Cybersecurity Considerations in Business Continuity Planning

By Marc Wilczek, Managing Director at Link11 The financial industry as a whole, and crypto exchanges in particular, are increasingly falling victim to hacker attacks, mostly through so-called distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. What can corporate IT managers do to successfully fend off such hacks?  Two-fold task between investigating authorities and […]

Boom in Cyberattacks: Why the Threat Level Remains Stronger Than ...

By Devin Partida, Editor-in-Chief, It’s becoming increasingly common for departing employees to take data when they leave a company. Often, such instances are not malicious, and they occur by accident. For example, someone might use a personal USB drive to store some workplace files and realize that they still possess […]

Preventing Internal Theft With Cybersecurity Measures

By Apu Pavithran, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Hexnode Every year, we witness enterprise tech advance forward in leaps and bounds. The dawn of IoT-enabled devices, the mass exodus to the cloud, and the onset of super-fast networks like 5G have revolutionized the modern-day workspace and have enticed the […]

Three Reasons for the Enterprises to Deploy Endpoint Management Solutions ...

Our topic for Episode S4E7 is Understanding and Communicating Cyber Risk. Our guest is Greg Spicer, CRO and Co-Founder of Ostrich Cyber-Risk. BSM’s editor, Steve Bowcut, asks Greg to: Discuss the importance of prioritizing mitigation and remediation efforts. Explain some crucial elements of risk scoring; what should be considered in […]

Understanding and Communicating Cyber Risk