Top Security Predictions for 2016

December 30, 2015By Grayson Milbourne

As 2015 comes to an end, we all look back at the huge list of big-name data breaches that occured, from passwords revealed to full on dating identities. It was not a pretty…read more

Webroot’s 2015 SMB Threat Report: An Analysis

December 23, 2015By Grayson Milbourne

Recently, Webroot published 2015 SMB Threat Report: Are organizations completely ready to stop cyberattacks?, which included the results from a survey of 700 SMB decision makers worldwide about their IT security, their readiness…read more

Cyber Security and the 2016 Presidential Elections

October 30, 2015By Grayson Milbourne

As National Cyber Security Awareness month is coming to an end, the 2016 presidential election cycle is building momentum and increasingly becoming our nation’s primary focus. Love it or hate it, the presidential…read more

Security in the Rough

August 3, 2015By Grayson Milbourne

This week marks the 18th annual BlackHat USA conference where many of the world’s brightest security minds come together to discuss and showcase techniques capable of defeating and compromising a wide array of…read more

A Recap of the JP Morgan Breach

November 12, 2014By Grayson Milbourne

There is a clear trend that every year there are bigger targets compromised with increased frequency with more personal data being collected. The recent attack on JP Morgan Chase is especially alarming considering…read more

AV Isn’t Dead. It’s Evolving.

May 9, 2014By Grayson Milbourne

Since the WSJ report was released, endpoint security solutions have received a lot of media attention. As many have started to ask “Is AV really dead?”, I felt it was a good idea…read more

#SXSW 2014 and the future of digital security

March 18, 2014By Grayson Milbourne

Security and privacy were hot topics at this year’s SXSW Interactive festival, and deservingly so. While at the event in Austin, Grayson Milbourne had the pleasure of participating on a panel discussing malicious…read more