Join Mike Stamas, Co-Founder of GreyCastle Security, for live virtual Q&A sessions on the below dates.
He will answer questions and discuss both best practices and the trends in the current security landscape.
Friday, April 17th @ 3PM EST
Watch Dan Didier, Vice President of Services, and Mike Stamas, Co-Founder of GreyCastle Security, for a replay of a live virtual Q&A session from Friday, March 20th. They answered questions and discussed both best practices and the trends in the current security landscape.
During this challenging time, we’re all adapting and making changes at a rapid pace. Unfortunately, hackers and organized criminals are looking to exploit businesses in this time of distraction.
Download this tips sheet for eight best practices for improving security while working from home. We recommend sharing this resource with your employees as well.DOWNLOAD
While some organizations may be better equipped to handle remote work and have established security controls, others may be struggling.
Download this cheat sheet to learn what the cybersecurity experts at GreyCastle Security recommend for IT/Security teams addressing top security issues as you look to meet the business demands for connectivity.DOWNLOAD
While the threat level is escalated and impacts are ever increasing, the steps to prepare are well-known and doable.
Download this cheat sheet to learn how to build a cybersecurity program that allows you to navigate unexpected events.DOWNLOAD
Being prepared isn't just for large corporations. Your business is critical to you, so why would you treat it any differently?
It's important to ensure that your business is resilient and is capable of recovering from not only a failure but also an attack. To this point, disaster recovery and incident response are tightly linked.
This cheat sheet gives insight into the fundamentals of what goes into creating effective incident response and disaster recovery plans.DOWNLOAD
When it comes to cybersecurity incidents, it's a matter of when, not if.
During security incidents, organizations who have planned and prepared for the inevitable lose less money, are back online in less time, and generally, report incidents less than those who haven't prepared.
This cheat sheet offers quick tips on incident response, including what to expect during the first 24 hours of an incident and how to develop a more effective incident response plan.DOWNLOAD
"COVID-19 is forcing businesses to think differently about their business and security. Our focus has always been on the safety of our clients. GreyCastle Security is committed to keeping our clients secure and to be a resource for our partners and our community."
Mike Stamas, Co-Founder of GreyCastle Security
Pandemics aren’t your usual business disruption. Unfolding over months, these events require an extra set of activities that include critical role identification and third-party evaluations. Download this resource from Gartner to learn more about pandemic preparedness planning.READ MORE
The new coronavirus strain that recently emerged is the latest reminder — like SARS, MERS and H1N1 before it — that companies need to plan and prepare for large-scale outbreaks of dangerous disease. Download this resource from Gartner to learn how to plan out a response.READ MORE
Our Computer Incident Response Teams (CIRTs) have responded to hundreds of breaches, intrusions, malware infections, thefts, employee investigations, fraud cases and other incidents. Our highly-certified experts have extensive experience in command, coordination and correction of incidents in nearly every industry throughout North America, from local businesses to Fortune 500 international conglomerates.