4 Out of 5 Dentists Recommend Improving Your Cybersecurity

Remote is our new reality. Large tech companies like Twitter, Slack, and Facebook have made headlines for offering permanent work-from-home, and many others have moved back their targets for returning to offices to Summer 2021. It’s time for cybersecurity decision makers to embrace the New Networking Normal and make sure that WFH, in-office, and hybrid workers are part of your security strategy.

The Pipeline: Brad Rhodes – Head of Cybersecurity, Cyber Warfare Officer, and Army National Guard Solider

Brad Rhodes has over 23 years of experience in cybersecurity with leadership roles in the federal, commercial, and military spaces. He holds multiple certifications and serves as an affiliate professor at Regis University. Dedicated to developing the next generation of cyber professionals, he coaches a CyberPatriot team and is a frequent speaker and mentor to transitioning military members.

Calling All CISOS: You Need to Improve Your Defensive Posture

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure – that’s the message from Travis Rosiek, the Chief Technology and Strategy Officer of BluVector in a new blog post summarizing the state of organizational cybersecurity.

The Pipeline: Paul Shaver — Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity specialist and US Navy and Army National Guard veteran

Paul Shaver is a US Navy veteran whose path to cybersecurity began in the Navy. Since leaving the Navy, he has served in a variety of roles, leading teams while focusing on automation and critical infrastructure security.

Matt Kiely: Author, Content Architect, Cybersecurity Practitioner and US Marine Corps veteran

Matt Kiely served in the Marine Corps as an Intelligence Analyst, Special Access Program Security Officer, and System Administrator, helping to stand...

The Pipeline: Michael Smith – Security Consultant, Cybersecurity Startup Mentor, and Veteran

Michael Smith is an Army veteran who served as a Russian Linguist on active duty and infantryman in the National Guard. He’s a senior information security manager and technologist with over 25 years of experience in the IT security and intelligence fields.

Cyber Feed Roundup – 8/31/20

Here are the stories that caught our eye this week: Remote learning: 10 tips...

Are you struggling to recruit veterans into cyber security? Start with understanding the challenge of transition.

For employers struggling to meet their commitment to hiring veterans, BluVector's Spencer Sullivan offers advice to understand the transition process for service members leaving the military.

The Pipeline: AV (Air Force Intel/IT vet and Information Security Operator)

Interview with an anonymous veteran who moved from the Air Force to Infosec with advice on moving into cyber security.

Tips for cybersecurity vets starting a company

Ron Gula, of Gula Tech Adventures, funds cybersecurity companies and has some tips for veteran entrepreneurs starting out, and making the transition...

Cyber Feed Roundup – 8/14/20

Here are the stories that caught our eye this week: Phishing Attacks: Google and Amazon Are the Most Impersonated...

BluVector Threat Report, Q2 2020: Novel Infrastructure Attacks and Anti-Detection Advancements

Threats reported in the second quarter of 2020 suggest attackers are using newfound time (due to COVID-19 lockdowns) to dream up and execute more innovative and damaging cyber-attacks. Two trends stand out: attacks on infrastructure and advancements in the ability to obfuscate malware from detection and protection solutions.