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Attending BSidesNYC? Could you be interested in joining our team? Come and say hello and find out about our recruitment opportunities. We’re also sponsoring the Capture The Flag competition – all the details on how to enter are on the BSidesNYC website here: https://bsidesnyc.org/ctf/

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Getting it right when it comes to PCI tokenization and cloud computing can be a challenge.  In the last of a three-part series on PCI and application security, our own senior eGRC consultant Ben Rothke sets out his advice for organizations: http://www.csoonline.com/article/2985800/application-security/doing-tokenization-and-cloud-computing-the-pci-way.html

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Nettitude security consultant, Luis Gomes, wraps up Black Hat 2015 in the second of two blog posts: http://www.nettitude.com/black-hat-2015-wrap-up-part-ii/

New Nettitude blog: Our own senior research analyst Graham Shaw gives his take on news that firms with poor #cybersecurity risk action by the FTC: http://www.nettitude.com/companies-with-poor-cyber-security-at-risk-of-action-by-ftc/

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Nettitude security consultant, Luis Gomes, wraps up Black Hat 2015 in our latest blog post.  Part one of two is available here: http://www.nettitude.com/black-hat-2015-wrap-up-part-i/

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Nettitude is in the news again! Our very own Ben Rothke gives his take on what the collaborative economy means for information security in CSO: http://www.csoonline.com/article/2893768/security-leadership/what-does-the-collaborative-economy-mean-for-information-security.html

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Is now the time for a US National Cybersecurity Safety Board?  Ben Rothke – CISSP at Nettitude Inc. – looks at what is driving the need for a NCSB in this article on CSO: http://www.csoonline.com/article/2886326/security-awareness/it-s-time-for-a-national-cybersecurity-safety-board-ncsb.html

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Financial data is a primary target for organised crime, hacktivists, and foreign governments and financial services organisations attract much more unwanted attention than firms in other industries. As a result, an industry guidance letter has been issued to all New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS)-regulated banks from the Superintendent of Financial Services. The letter provides guidance on how they will be examined in terms of their cyber security, and risk management: http://www.nettitude.com/ny-banks-take-big-steps-harden-security-posture/

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NEW Cyber Security Managed Service

Nettitude launches brand-new cyber security event management service called Threat2Alert.

Threat2Alert is a cyber security platform, powered by Gartner magic quadrant vendor LogRhythm. The platform reviews events and alerts generated by the devices within a company’s environment. It has been designed and developed, to alleviate the need for organisations to invest in expensive on premise SIEM solutions. It will also help reduce the need to invest in dedicated personnel.

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Read our latest blog post around Heartbleed and the next steps to securing your company.
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