(or Lessons Learned from a House Fire) Imagine going away on a trip, and coming back to this. . . July 29, 2019 – Sharon and I are in Denver. Kids are at home with my parents. 10:45 p.m. – My phone rings–Internet is off at home and Wi-Fi offline. 10:46 p.m. – I call […]
The Second Worst BEST Thing that Happened to Me
Are you violating The SEC’s Recently Proposed Anti-Fraud Rule?
Disruptions to your business come in a range of shapes and sizes. Whether it’s an unprecedented onsite emergency or an unusually delayed response from a key vendor or business contact, both can throw off your business’ continuity. Without thorough and effective business continuity planning, a disruption of any size can affect your business’ productivity, bottom […]
Do You Know What’s Going On In Your Network?
Making the right decisions for your business depends entirely on what information you have available to you at any given time. If you don’t really know what’s happening in your business, how well it’s performing, and where it may be failing, how can you effectively lead it? This is especially true of your business technology. […]
What is Managed Security And Why Do You Need it ?
What is managed security? A lot of companies, thought leaders and vendors are talking about MANAGED SECURITY and MANAGED SECURITY SERVICES PROVIDERs (MSSPs) – but what are they? Simply put, MSSPs keep an eye on your security systems (firewalls, routers, log collectors, SIEMs, Antivirus and Antimalware dashboards) and either alert your in-house team to take […]
Cybersecurity is the Biggest Risk Facing the Financial System
Inadequate security technology and a pervasive culture of trust have left the worldwide financial industry open to a non-stop stream of cyber-attacks. The good news is that you don’t have to handle all of this alone; Brainlink can help. SWIFT bank attacks show the world how vulnerable the financial system really is; will you learn […]
Trends in Financial Crimes
Presenting:Raj Goel; CTO of Brainlink International, I…
Channel:Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Date:Jul 07 2009
Duration: 00h 48m
Are Millennials the Latest Security Threat?
Article by Daniel Humphries In 2015, millennials will become the largest demographic in the workforce, with a population of over 75 million. Security experts are concerned that this group’s attitudes toward privacy, combined with expectations regarding what devices and apps they can access at work, will bring new cybersecurity challenges to the workplace. Software Advice […]
What MSPs Need to Know about Compliance: Your IT Policy Checklist by Vertical
Raj Goel, CISSP CTO Brainlink International, Inc. email@example.com 917-685_-7731 Raj’s LinkedIn profile This article by Raj Goel was posted on Continuum’s MSP BLOG What MSPs Need to Know about Compliance: Your IT Policy Checklist by Vertical The IT Support/MSP game has changed. Clients are no longer satisfied with just getting their desktops managed and servers […]
Ransomware Attacks: How Prepared Are SMBs?
by Dan Humphries Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts the files on a computer, then charges the user a fee to regain access. New strains appear online with alarming frequency, and traditional anti-virus is powerless to prevent these attacks until they have been identified—leaving many businesses at risk. In this report, we investigate […]
Life of a Child
Raj Goel, CISSP CTO Brainlink International, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org (917) 685-_7731 Raj’s LinkedIn profile This article was published in the July/August 2014 issue of InfoSecurity Professional Magazine A CYBER CIVIL RIGHTS ADVOCATE SHOWS HOW WE’VE CREATED A GENERATION OF AT-RISK YOUTH BY RAJ GOEL TECHNOLOGY HAS ALWAYS existed at the intersection of hope and fear. At […]