We ran out of time during the 19th of August’s webinar on Email Protection to answer all the questions. Below we give a bit of attention to areas the attendees sought more coverage:
The time is now! Cyber-attacks are up by as much as 131% since the start of the pandemic. Occupancy rates struggle to achieve 50%. Approximately 87% of hotels are having to furlough staff. It is imperative to act today to achieve a superior data security posture AND save money.
Whatever the field, it matters to use accurate terms. While baking, it is best not to ask for baking soda if you need baking powder. In basketball, it’s a hoop, not a ring. Coincidentally, you spar in a boxing ring (that happens to be square). In the world of data breach research, the term VERIS refers to the Vocabulary for Event Recording and Incident Sharing (VERIS). Effectively, it is a term for the thing that catalogues the other terms.
Running a business is stressful enough in this economy. There was a time when you only needed to worry about a few suspicious email messages in your inbox. Now, any message could be a potential phishing threat lurking in your inbox.
So, what is EDR? It’s a multifaceted solution that does everything modern managed antivirus (AV) can do but takes things a step further—providing greater security and (most importantly) peace of mind. These include, but are not limited to:
SIEM (pronounced like “SIM”) stands for Security Information and Event Management. SIEM provides a real-time analysis of security through a combination of security information management (SIM) and security event management (SEM). Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) generates real-time security alerts by applications and network hardware.
Don’t let the inbox be the weakest link in your company’s security posture. Email Threat Protection provides multi-layered filtering that permits legitimate email while keeping out malicious threats such as phishing, impersonation, malware, ransomware, and spam-type messages.
On the one-year anniversary since the announcement of the world’s first (and still only!) privacy management solution equipped with hospitality-specific templates, the partnership between The Privacy Company and VENZA once again bears fruit. This time, they have crafted a Third-Party Management solution that assesses the security risks associated with vendors, both current and prospective. This solution provides hotel groups with an easy-to-use system for managing the many agreements they have with their vendors (e.g. MSAs, SLAs, DPAs, AOCs) and assessing each vendor’s security posture.
Webinar Finding Security TalentA study from late 2019 found that the shortage of data security talent in 2020 was a concern for 91.3% of businesses. Today, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic worsened by a dramatic surge in cyberattacks and complicated by new mandates for remote working, competent IT security professionals have never been […]
VENZA has timely tools for hoteliers during the COVID-19 crisis.