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Submitted by Maria Battaglia September 24, 2015

CEO John Bruce explains at DEMO Traction how Resilient Systems is helping businesses globally transform how they manage incident response.

Submitted by Maria Battaglia September 15, 2015

A sneak peak at the Ponemon Institute’s first-ever report on cyber resilience, “The Cyber Resilient Organization: Learning to Thrive Against Threats.”

Submitted by John Bruce September 4, 2015

There’s been a long-standing gap between cybersecurity leaders and their Board of Directors – and it’s a gap that needs to be bridged.

Submitted by Marie Simonelli August 25, 2015

When a data privacy bill makes its way through state legislature and lands on the governor’s desk, it’s usually a done deal. Not this time.

Submitted by John Bruce August 5, 2015

Three steps to take during an incident that’ll help you improve your team's processes when on the other side of the attack.

Submitted by John Bruce August 4, 2015

Resilient Systems has been named to The Channel Company’s exclusive CRN 2015 Emerging Vendor list. And amongst great companies, we’re the only one focused on incident response (IR) management.

Submitted by Marie Simonelli July 28, 2015

States are not waiting for a long-awaited federal standard to tighten their requirements. Washington and North Dakota are perfect examples, and the Resilient platform was recently updated to reflect changes in those state’s requirements.

Submitted by John Bruce July 23, 2015

Manual, ad hoc response management processes create unnecessary challenges and risks. Effective IR starts before the breach – and the earlier the better.

Submitted by John Bruce July 21, 2015

Our new Customer Success Hub gives you a better way to learn more about us – and provides a range of materials (videos, whitepapers, FAQs) to help you use the platform to its fullest.

Submitted by John Bruce July 15, 2015

Business and IT leaders have a cybersecurity preparedness problem – and to get out in front this challenge, they need to focus on responding to an attack