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LogRhythm Expands Leadership Team with New CRO

Mitchell Rowe has been named as the new chief revenue officer (CRO) for LogRhythm. Rowe joins the company from Ivanti, where he held the role of chief revenue officer for the past three years, and brings more than 20 years’…

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Pandemic Sends Enterprises Racing to the Cloud

“We’re seeing a lot of phishing attacks masking as COVID sites or people trying to portray themselves as the Centers for Disease Control of the World Health Organization,” said James Carder, chief security officer at LogRhythm Inc., developer of a…

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15 Tech Leaders Share Their Favorite Apps And How They Impact Their Daily Lives

I have all my financial data in one spot. I check Mint daily to ensure that I can see anomalies in spending, my current cash amount and net worth, how my investments are doing and my credit score. I can set budgets,…

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15 Vital Steps To Take Before Closing A Deal With A New Software Vendor

Organizations need to fully understand the business problem they are trying to solve when making technology decisions and before selecting vendors for that technology. There is often not just one vendor they’ll need to partner with to solve the problem,…

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Marriott Hotels Breached, Data of 5.2M Believed to Have Been Accessed

Commenting on the incident, Andrew Hollister, senior director of security intelligence company LogRhythm, said: “A global company like Marriott, which holds a massive amount of personal information about its guests, will always be an attractive target for bad actors.

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These Are America’s 1,000 Largest and Most Inspiring Private Companies

Inc. teamed with PrivCo to create an exclusive roster of the 1,000 biggest and brightest American companies that have stayed private. LogRhythm is proud to be included.

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Is Zoom’s New Privacy Policy Worth a Damn? Proceed with Caution, Experts Say

Some experts said Zoom’s new policy does clarify and tighten up previously vague language regarding user data. This change is something the U.K.-based digital rights group ProPrivacy applauded, but still urged caution.

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Guarding Against Cyber-Attacks While Working From Home

Simon Howe…describes the pandemic as triggering “rush hour for the threat actors” and warns CAs and their clients to be particularly vigilant about clicking on links or opening attachments. “Instead, find your information through trusted sources – government websites and…

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Weathering a Tornado of Change

With the escalation of Covid-19 pandemic, LogRhythm has quickly prioritised the well-being of its employees globally by issuing a mandatory work-from-home policy. The move was coupled by other strict measures like elimination of all non-essential travel, and activation of a…

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World’s Third Largest Cruise Line Norwegian Suffers Data Breach

James Carder, chief security officer and vice-president, of security research, analytics, and threat intelligence outfit LogRhythm Labs, said: “NCL experienced a credential dump, and while on the one hand, we unfortunately see credential dumps occurring on practically a weekly basis,…

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Tips for Managing a Growing Work-From-Home Workforce

The coronavirus pandemic has led to a huge growth in the work-from-home trend, turning millions of people into remote workers. To achieve this companies need to assess the appropriate technologies (such as the video-conferencing service Zoom and the chat app Slack) and consider how…

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425GB of Data Linked to MCA Wizard App Found Exposed on Unsecured Database

“This is another unfortunate instance of an AWS bucket left open without any security protocols, leaving extremely sensitive legal and financial documents unprotected online — accessible to anyone worldwide,” James Carder, chief security officer and vice president of security intelligence company LogRhythm…

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