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Seeing more open cyber risk management jobs? It’s no coincidence

If you’ve been on the cyber security job hunt recently, you might have seen more and more vacancies cropping up with names like “Head of Cyber Risk Management” or “Cyber Risk Incident Response Manager”. Across multiple industries, organizations are recognizing the need to formalize their cyber risk management processes.  For us, this comes as a… Continue reading Seeing more open cyber risk management jobs? It’s no coincidence

Security deserves more: a cyber risk message for 2022

2021 saw a record number of reported vulnerabilities and mounting security debt. We’ve migrated to the cloud, implemented new technologies, and are working more remotely than ever. Not to mention the year’s vicious parting gift – the critical zero day log4j vulnerabilities.  The pace and scale of the tech we adopt mean that attack surfaces… Continue reading Security deserves more: a cyber risk message for 2022

How Cloud Vendors Confront Cloud Migration Challenges

The major cloud service providers (CSPs) and other tech giants are stepping up their security game – introducing native offerings to aid their customers in the face of cloud migration challenges. In this blog post, we’ll cover the world of cloud security. Its early days, where it’s headed, and what users can do to stay… Continue reading How Cloud Vendors Confront Cloud Migration Challenges

Vulnerability disclosure is not a choice. It’s a responsibility.

Last week, news broke that Blackberry had withheld information from its users about a serious security flaw – for months. In vulnerability disclosure terms, that’s big news.  What is CVE-2021-22156? CVE-2021-22156 (known as BadAlloc) is a collection of integer overflow vulnerabilities affecting multiple real-time operating systems and supporting libraries. According to CISA, “exploitation of this… Continue reading Vulnerability disclosure is not a choice. It’s a responsibility.

A Step Forward for the Evolving Risk-Based Cyber Security Market

Lots has been happening in the risk-based cyber security market as of late. In the past couple of weeks alone, we’ve witnessed two major power moves: Insight Partners’ $110M investment in Brinqa and the announcement of Kenna security’s acquisition by Cisco. At Vulcan Cyber, we know this rising tide will float all boats. So first,… Continue reading A Step Forward for the Evolving Risk-Based Cyber Security Market

A cyber security investment to change an industry

These are exciting times at Vulcan Cyber. A few days ago we celebrated our third anniversary and today I’m thrilled to announce a cyber security investment that will change our industry in more ways than one.  https://vulcanadmin.temp927.kinsta.cloud/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Funding-PR-Short-Video_r13_720p.mp4 First of all, we are closing the first quarter of 2021 with the big news of a $21… Continue reading A cyber security investment to change an industry

Cyber Security Failure in 2021

Cybersecurity Failures in 2021 If The Global Risks Report 2021 recently published by the World Economic Forum is correct, cybersecurity failure in 2021 will continue to grab headlines and demand the attention of global economic leaders. This isn’t good and we need to take action as an industry. “Cybersecurity failure” is ranked as the fourth… Continue reading Cyber Security Failure in 2021

Turn on the Light Against Information Security Threats

“Happiness can be found, even in the darkest times, if one only remembers to turn on the light,” said Albus Dumbledore, Hogwarts headmaster. 2020 was a hell of a year, surely the craziest of my life and I would guess it was for many of you as well. It is easy to dwell on the… Continue reading Turn on the Light Against Information Security Threats