We've been absolutely slammed this week. From publishing new North Korean cyber TTPs to the end of the week, to getting new features added into Cyberwatch.
That said, here's the happenings...
Cyberwatch? We pushed a new feature last night --monitor up to five companies in a portfolio view...
So this week we showed a security guy how to monitor cyber threat in his supply chain. His reaction? He wanted to buy a single user license on the spot to help predict which stocks he should buy. We didn't really expect that reaction, but it's the second time it's happened.
Then we we told him we'd purchased a equity stake in an investment tool, and our (patent pending) process for monitoring the cyber threat landscape is to be built into the analytic tool designed to help institutional investors make decisions on their portfolio.
He loved it. He still wants a single user license, but he loved it.
We're heading into May, and preparing for our June 7th Cyber Symposium in Huntsville. And yes, I know Steve Lines is going to comment on my blog that he too is running a cyber program for the DIB ISAC in May, so let me just get it out of the way right now for him. I'm sure it'll be a good show. Steve's a great guy.
And in June? We've got some amazing talent showing up --folks who monitor networks, have built amazing security teams, and my guys --intelligence. If you have any interest at all in how to deal with APT, the impending DFAR 800-171 or the new insider threat requirements, there'll be people there who can help.
If you want to know how DCISE works, what happens when you report, and the requirement for reporting your cyber activity to the government, it's been a while since I left the government I had a hand in writing some of those documents and built the early operational capability that is now DCISE. So go enjoy DIB ISAC, and then stop in over for the June 7th Cyber Symposium. The agenda is looking pretty good... Red Sky/Wapack Labs, Lockheed, Morphick and Huntsville's own small company focused rock star, H2L Solutions. If you'd like more information, please reach out to our partner in this, Jonathan Hard, CEO at H2L. Jonathan will give you the gouge on the Symposium and set up a time to talk about doing your 800-171 assessment/attestation and go-forward plan.
Also, we're hosting our second Red Sky Threat Day in Stamford, CT on June 21st, and have some great talks lined up. If you're interested in presenting, shoot me a note. We try and bring in one outsider per quarter to give a talk. Interested? Shoot me a note.
OK folks... sorry for the late post. It's been a long week.
Have a great weekend!