When you’re hit with a data breach, a lot of parties want answers – immediately. Pleasing them all is complex and demanding – and if you don’t, it’s pricey and painful.
"Data and Goliath," the latest book from Resilient CTO Bruce Schneier, hit the New York Times Best Sellers list as the sixth best-selling nonfiction title.
This last month has felt like Resilient’s first world tour. Our team has been on the road, speaking and exhibiting at events across the country and around the globe.
In the early months of 2015, ‘cyber resilience’ has quickly emerged as one of the security industry’s hottest topics.
Bruce Schneier is a master at looking at our most pressing cybersecurity and privacy issues in novel ways – and changing the way we fundamentally see things. Bruce’s latest book, “Data & Goliath,” was released this week – and in typical Bruce fashion, it tackles one of the most urgent and critical issues we face today: Expansive government and corporate surveillance.
Incident response (IR) isn’t one-size-fits-all. That’s why building more customization into our Incident Response Platform (IRP) is a top priority...
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.