Ethan walks you through the NIST Special Publication 800-82's main topics.
The Joys Of Running A Company5 posts
In which Ethan, Dispel's CEO, talks about lessons and wisdom learned from founding a startup to taking it through product market fit. Starting with Moving Target Defense and growing into Secure ICS Remote Access.
Conference vendors abound. Running a startup, you'll get plenty of offers from a variety of people plying their trade, promising leads and glory. How do you tell if any of them are actually legitimate and worth your money?
The Gartner Risk conference was the first commercial conference of the more than dozen I have attended this year where resiliency was a core focus, from the opening keynote onwards.
In all fairness, startups have a lot on their plates. From raising capital to product development to marketing and public relations to just plain keeping sane, startups are typically very busy places.
Moving target defense (MTD) has gained more and more prominence in the cyber defense realm in the last few years, and for good reason: it works. In very simple terms, MTD is the act of constantly moving your system so it becomes harder to target.