In-Person Training—Nonprofit New York Workshop—10 Steps to Cybersecurity Maturity on July 9th

In-Person Training—Nonprofit New York Workshop—10 Steps to Cybersecurity Maturity on July 9th

It’s easy to be overwhelmed by cybersecurity. Whether it’s data breaches, ransomware, hacked webcams or botnet armies powered by millions of smart light bulbs, many of us in charge of protecting our organizations’ and our clients’ information can be forgiven for wanting to curl up into a ball and hide. There are so many threats, how can we even keep track of them, let alone protect ourselves, our organizations and our constituents from them? This workshop will help you get a plan you can start on right away. We will break down cybersecurity into common-sense, understandable components that you can use to help your organization move toward greater cybersecurity maturity. We will help you understand how to think about what information is important to protect and how much protection it might need. Then we’ll give you specific tools, practices and templates to help you get started.

Windows 7 End-of-Life – January 14, 2020

Windows 7 End-of-Life – January 14, 2020

On January 14th, 2020, Windows 7 goes “End-of-Life” with Microsoft. This means that Microsoft will no longer be releasing security patches or critical updates to the Windows 7 operating system.

If you have Windows 7 machines in your environment, this is a deadline that is rapidly approaching and cannot be ignored without significant risk.

Employee Spotlight: Jessica Peskay

Employee Spotlight: Jessica Peskay

What are one or two hobbies you enjoy?

I have a theater degree and I produced and acted in a couple of plays after moving to New York City in 1999. The above photo is of me in “Box of Fools”, which ran for a few shows at a theater called HERE in Soho in 2005. My husband (Joshua Peskay), his brother Matthew and I also created a play set in the Internet called “In the Wire” in 2002 which followed an email through the internet.