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Asset to Vendor Network for Power Utilities
August 30, 2021 The cost-effective CIP-013 supply chain risk management solution
Enhancing Cybersecurity Best Practices with Software Bill of Materials (SBOM)
August 13, 2021 The organizations that support and supply products and services to our critical infrastructure are wholly reliant on advanced operational software and hardware assets to ensure effective and reliable operations, and therefore are particularly vulnerable to cyber risk within their complex supply chains. Policies like Executive Order 14028 require the implementation of software supply chain risk strategies such as acquiring software bill of materials (SBOM) from supply chain vendors.
Fortress Information Security Partners with Global Business Alliance
July 15, 2021 Fortress Information Security today joined forces with the Global Business Alliance (GBA) to offer industry-leading supply chain risk management and compliance solutions through GBA Sentinel, a wholly-owned subsidiary focused on helping global companies quickly identify and address potential supply chain and cyber vulnerabilities.
Introducing Fortress’ New Look
July 14, 2021 At Fortress, we place great value on our client communication. We firmly believe that it is not enough to possess industry expertise without a clear and successful means of using this knowledge to educate and empower our clients. As our repertoire of technological tools and security solutions expands, it has become all the more important to ensure that our messaging appropriately conveys our goals and services.
The Kaseya Ransomware Attack: What We Know Now
July 7, 2021 On July 2, 2021, the Miami-based Managed Service Provider (MSP) Kaseya announced they were experiencing an attack against their Virtual System Administrator (VSA) and that some on-premises clients had been affected. The attack culminated with the distribution of malware to certain Kaseya clients from the known ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) group REvil, who demanded $70 million in cryptocurrency before they will distribute a decryption key to restore business data, although updates from Kaseya stated that this price has already been lowered to $50 million.
CyberWeek Top Five News
March 30, 2021 In this week’s episode John Cofrancesco and Mitch Farbstein discuss the top five cybersecurity events of the week. The bad actors and states keep pounding at the global security gates, thus reinforcing Fortress' charter to identify and protect organizations from cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
Fortress Delivers Technical Support and Operational Analysis to Army
March 26, 2021 Fortress Information Security (Fortress) successfully conducted a full Technical Support and Operational Analysis (TSOA) for the US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) March 15-19.
Getting the Cyber Ball Loading
March 9, 2021 This is Fortress Information Security's inaugural podcast. Fortress is a leader in assisting organizations that value their technology assets and data, and recognize the intricacies of managing their cybersecurity efforts. Today, you will learn how Fortress can provide a holistic services and solutions approach that can lead your organization from cyber policy determination, through supply chain pre-acquisition vendor assessment, through infrastructure vulnerability detection and finally through comprehensive, on-going remediation and reporting.
SolarWinds attack and Executive Order on America’s Supply Chain illuminate gaps in supply chain risk management
March 9, 2021 Fortress Information Security (Fortress) today announces a series of innovations to their risk and compliance management solutions in response to emerging security challenges such as those illustrated by the recent SolarWinds attack, and in alignment with Executive Order 14017 on America’s Supply Chain.
NiSource Joins the Asset to Vendor Network in Push to Secure U.S. Utilities
November 17, 2020 NiSource, one of America’s largest fully-regulated natural gas and electric utilities has joined the Asset to Vendor Network (A2V), a national cybersecurity information-sharing collaborative focused on the utility industry.