Best-in-breed cybersecurity—when it comes to governance, strategy, and tactical execution— rests on four pillars. At Agio, we’ve coined it ADEPT, reflective of Agio Diligence, Expertise, Process, and Technology.
We get approached from hedge funds and private equity firms about taking over their IT Support from another vendor. Almost always the reason for switching providers is the same – quality of service.
This test was part of the client’s Cybersecurity Risk Assessment within Agio’s larger SEC Cybersecurity Readiness Program.
A strong cybersecurity program depends on governance to ensure broad participation, establish clear authority, and enable fully informed decision-making.
Just as weather anomalies have been dominating conversation at the dinner table, another type of cloud has emerged in the mainstream news at a record-setting pace: cloud computing.
Do private equity firms pose a bigger cybersecurity challenge than hedge funds?
Our student records are in danger. Hackers target organizations that have access to personal health information (PHI), meaning educational and health care institutions have a bullseye on their backs.
The third part of the CIA triad — availability — often surprises people. Contrary to popular belief, being “secure” does not mean locking down your information.
Integrity — doing the “right thing” or adhering to moral values — is such a key part of humanity, and yet many businesses don’t openly commit to it. As the “I” in the CIA triad, integrity is essential to a strong information security program.
Your organization's information security rests on three key concepts: confidentiality, integrity and availability of resources. The CIA triad is a base standard that every organization needs. In this first blog in a series of three, we examine the nuances of confidentiality.
Every organization should mitigate tangible threats in their area.
Sequence of Events If you’re like most, it probably took you 61 days to discover you even had a breach in the first place (we can…
It’s ironic, then, to note the ones setting the rules and providing guidance on cybersecurity — the U.S. government — aren’t eating their own dog food.
Weight of the World By 2020, 1.5 billion people across the world will be affected by data breaches (International Data Corporation). 1.9 billion records have been breached…