Threat intelligence is an important tool in developing a mature security infrastructure. Discover the importance of threat intelligence and how it can help you stay ahead of cybersecurity threats. We explore the different types of threat intelligence, the benefits of implementing it, and how to use it effectively. Stay informed and keep your organization safe with the latest threat intelligence insights.
Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) was shuttered early this month and had its deposits seized in the largest U.S. bank failure since the 2008 financial crisis. Although it may seem like SVB’s collapse will only impact its direct customers and depositors, it is far more complicated. Like vultures to roadkill, cyber scammers often wait to exploit and target victims after tragedy strikes, or bad news arises. A perfect storm of stress, uncertainty, and urgency for customers and vendors alike during this time can impair someone’s judgement when they click links and open emails they otherwise would ignore or delete. Fortalice has outlined a few different ways cybercriminals social engineer their victims during times of extreme distress and insecurity.
With this Fortalice Solutions' Client Advisory, we hope to provide important takeaways for organizations regarding the usage of conversational ChatGPT, and other, lesser-known AI platforms. While there are some very tangible benefits to ChatGPT, Fortalice believes strongly that there is a need for risk assessments, updated policies, and processes to protect intellectual property and company-sensitive information.
In a matter of months, public companies will have several new rules to follow with respect to cybersecurity incident reporting. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed rules changes focus on ensuring the availability and comparability of public company disclosures across industries.
Fortalice Solutions is thrilled to announce its partnership with Crown Jewel® Insurance. Crown Jewel® Insurance (CJI) and Fortalice Solutions, LLC announced a partnership to provide a range of intelligence and cybersecurity tools and solutions to clients. This new insurance, called Crown Jewel® Protector, is the first in the market to offer protection for the potentially huge loss in value a business can suffer if its trade secrets are stolen then made public or leaked to a competitor.
Theresa Payton, the founder and CEO of Fortalice Solutions is energized to announce the promotion of Kathy Lu to Director of Application Security.
Fortalice Solutions continues to monitor a pro-Russia hacking group, known as “KillNet,” that is targeting U.S. hospital systems and executing distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Fortalice wants to offer a follow-up advisory for our clients given that KillNet has significantly modified and escalated its approach and tactics. There are proactive measures to counter possible attacks that hospital systems across the United States can adopt immediately.
“KillNet” – a pro-Russia group known for distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks in nations opposed to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – attacked at least 14 websites of prominent hospital systems in the United States, knocking their public-facing websites offline temporarily. Impacted organizations have noted only short-term disruptions to their websites and no impacts to the targets’ operations. DDoS attacks can be caused when an organization’s websites are flooded with incoming network traffic, thereby overwhelming the system.
Maintaining data privacy, or data security, involves the proper handling, storage, and dissemination of information. This doesn’t only apply to organizations, but to everyday internet users as well. If you have ever allowed location access, accepted cookies on a web page, or even posted a family picture on Facebook, you have left a digital footprint.
Fortalice Solutions has partnered as a Data Privacy Champion. With the goal of increased awareness about online privacy among individuals and organizations, one goal of Data Privacy Week is to help organizations understand why it is important that they respect the data of their users, employees and suppliers.