CEO David Kennedy discusses Draft Security on CNBC’s The Exchange

July 08, 2019 | By:

The hacking advisor for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Dave Kennedy joins The Exchange on how NBA franchises are protecting their game strategy and players’ data.

CEO David Kennedy quoted in WIRED regarding ransomware and local government

July 01, 2019 | By:

“There’s definitely an increase or uptick in the amount of ransomware campaigns that we’re seeing out there, but it’s not specific to municipalities or state or federal organizations, it’s just pretty much across the board in every industry vertical,” David Kennedy in this WIRED feature published in light of attacks on local and municipal governments…

CEO Dave Kennedy provides insights to WSJ in ‘NBA Strives to Protect Secrets From Hackers’

June 10, 2019 | By:

Information teams store about their athletes, prospects and fans, can entice hackers, said David Kennedy in this Wall Street Journal article. “There’s a lot of money involved in this now, particularly with the legalization of gambling, where any type of inside information, forecasting or understanding of what an organization is doing can yield a high…

Remediation Services Practice Lead Paul Sems provides advice after Quest Diagnostics breach

June 03, 2019 | By:

Customers were warned of a breach reported by Quest Diagnostics. Cleveland 19 reported on the story and asked Remediation Services practice lead Paul Sems for insights. “Most likely because of that breach you will be offered that service by Quest, but you want to make sure your financial information is protected.” Read more here.

GRC Practice Lead Alex Hamerstone featured in Fox News story about internet needs in rural America

June 01, 2019 | By:

“The reality is, if there’s only one provider available, there’s no motivation to innovate.” Alex Hamerstone told Fox News regarding internet access in rural parts of the country. You can read more of what he has to say here.

Tech Tuesdays: Hacking A City

May 28, 2019 | By:

GRC Practice Lead Alex Hamerstone joins WOSU radio for their Tech Tuesday to discuss Baltimore’s government computer systems and Cleveland’s airport falling victim to ransomware attacks. Listen to the full radio clip “Tech Tuesdays: Hacking A City” now!

Are free phone charging stations in airports safe?

May 28, 2019 | By:

Hackers are using airport USB charging stations to steal your information. Remediation Services Practice Lead Paul Sems shares what you should know with WKYC 3 in their story “Are free phone charging stations in airports safe?”

Number of ATMs globally drops

May 23, 2019 | By:

News 5 Cleveland talks with GRC Practice Lead Alex Hamerstone on the number of ATMs worldwide being down for the first time ever. View the full article “Number of ATMs globally drops for the first time ever, more people using mobile peer-to-peer payment services” here.

Here’s How Driverless Cars Could be Hacked

May 22, 2019 | By:

Founder and CEO David Kennedy is a contributor to Yahoo Finance. Read his post “Security expert: Here’s how driverless cars could be hacked” on Yahoo Finance here.

Google Has Stored Some Passwords in Plaintext Since 2005

May 21, 2019 | By:

CEO David Kennedy talks with WIRED about another password storage problem from a large tech company. G Suite users should pay attention! Read more about what happened in the article “Google Has Stored Some Passwords in Plaintext Since 2005“