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Understanding the SEC’s New Cyberrisk Guidance

June 1, 2018

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently released new guidance on cyberrisk reporting that states public companies should “take all required action to inform investors about material cybersecurity risks and incidents in a timely fashion.” While these guidelines are a good first step, they may not be sufficient to address the problem escalating across all industries.

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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

April 24, 2018

In today's podcast, we hear that Ukraine's Energy Ministry is under ransomware attack. Kaspersky finds infrastructure belonging to Energetic Bear. Lots of anonymous Twitter accounts pop up in East Asia. Orangeworm is after something in healthcare networks, but whether it's IP or PII is unclear. Disclosure and patch notes. Kaspersky may be the subject of US sanctions. A hacker in the Yahoo! breach case could get almost eight years. As US midterms approach, thoughts turn to election security. Joe Carrigan from JHU ISI on devices that unlock iPhones. Guest is Jerry Caponera from Nehemiah Security on quantifying cyber risk.

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ITProTV – Interview with Nehemiah Security

April 24, 2018

ITProTV Interviews Jerry Caponera, VP Cyber Risk Strategy

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Intellyx – Nehemiah Security: Quantifying CyberSecurity Risk

April 7, 2018

Charles Araujo covers RQ for Intellyx Brain Candy

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Alum Succeeds by Drawing on Experiences as Student and Pro Baseball Player

January 16, 2018

Mike Knox credits two major life experiences for giving him a strong foundation from which to take on his latest role as a cybercrime fighter.

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Nehemiah’s Jerry Caponera featured in the December issue of (IN)SECURE Magazine

December 21, 2017

Help Net Security's article "How consumers, enterprises and insurance providers tackle cyber risk" features quotes from Nehemiah's VP of Cyber Risk Strategy starting on page 11

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Nehemiah Security’s AtomicEye Risk Quantifier in BetaNews

September 20, 2017

"New security platform uses live attacks to evaluate risk" featuring Nehemiah Security's AtomicEye RQ platform

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Nehemiah Security featured in CyberWire’s Daily Briefing

September 20, 2017

CyberWire's Products, Services and Solutions review leads with Nehemiah's release of a new version of AtomicEye RQ

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Size Matters: Small Businesses Need Persistent Cyber Hygiene

September 14, 2017

Podcast By Byron Acohido, ThirdCertainty with Paul Farrell, chief executive officer at Nehemiah Security: Cyber attacks don’t discriminate between small and large businesses. Despite small business owners believing they are too small to be at risk, 43 percent of cyber attacks target small businesses. Yet, only one in four small businesses are prepared for such an attack, according to a recent report by Symantec.Practicing effective cyber hygiene is one way organizations can make themselves less of a target, and also be in a position to minimize damage when network breaches do happen.

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Can the U.S. stop malware and buy it at the same time?

August 10, 2017

The U.S. government is the largest developer and buyer of malware, exploits and software vulnerabilities in the world today. The recent arrest of security researcher Marcus Hutchins by U.S. federal authorities reignited a long-simmering debate over the potential conflict between these roles of the U.S. Federal government. Nehemiah Security’s Jason Syversen helps to explain the intricacies behind this complex issue.

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