Earlier today, we announced that Resilient Systems is expanding to EMEA, and we've opened our first permanent office, in the UK. It's an exciting step for the growth of our company, and we're thrilled to have Paul Ayers and Chris Neely – two hugely successful cybersecurity veterans – head up our European efforts.
Thanks to our customers — and all that they've taught us — we've changed our name from Co3 Systems to Resilient Systems. Through this, our name is now closely aligned with our mission, values, and commitment to helping organizations thrive in the face of cyberattacks and business crises.
In cybersecurity, sharing is caring.
CRN recently released its list of the coolest cloud security vendors of 2015 – and we’re thrilled to say that Co3 Systems is included. Moreover, we have the distinct honor of being one of the few vendors that are “pushing the envelope” (CRN’s words, not ours) – in our case, by focusing on incident response.
Cyber crime is moving up the risk agenda.
Because of their resilience, the New England Patriots are parading through downtown Boston today with a shiny new Lombardi Trophy on board. What can we can learn about resilience from the champs?
It falls on January 28 every year and is celebrated worldwide. Yet it’s still something that many people have never heard of – let alone had the pleasure of taking part in. International Data Privacy Day was started seven years ago by the National Cyber Security Alliance in an effort to enhance awareness around the many privacy issues that we – as consumers, employees, private citizens, and any other label we can think up – face every day.
“Forget about things like the threat landscape, mobile security, and cloud security, if we don't have enough skilled security professionals, we are all in trouble.”
Data is great – but relevant and actionable information is gold. And per your requests, that’s what we’re delivering. Our latest update to Resilient’s Incident Response Platform (IRP), formerly known as Co3's IRMS, provides the ability to create customized dashboard widgets and pivot tables based on various filtering options.
One of the pleasures of having Bruce as our CTO is the diversity of topics he engages. This morning’s was his live chat at Harvard University with Edward Snowden. Who, like Bruce, likely needs no introduction.
A packed house listened as they engaged in a broad-reaching discussion around security and privacy in today’s society; two engrossing personalities discussing the fundamental issues of privacy, Big Brother and Big Enterprise. The audience were spellbound.