New ActiveEye Features

New ActiveEye Features Speed Threat Response, Improve Productivity

In the past few months we’ve added a number of new features to our ActiveEye security platform to help our customers and our Security Operations Center (SOC) team identify, analyze, and respond to threats faster. From isolating variances during investigations to crafting custom reports that land in your inbox each morning, these new features are… Read More

cyber security program

5 Tips for Kickstarting Your Cyber Security Program

With the ongoing cyber security skills shortage, a growing number of information security (IT) professionals are being asked to take on new responsibilities for their organization’s cyber security program. Estimates show the number of unfilled cyber security positions worldwide could grow to 4 million by 2021, which will only make the problem worse. Even with… Read More

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4 Cyber Incident Scenarios You Should Exercise and Test

When it comes to evaluating technology in preparation for a potential disaster or cyber security incident, IT and security departments typically conduct multiple tests, playing out different scenarios to see how applications, systems, devices, and interfaces will respond in the event of an outage or attack. In business continuity, emergency management, or disaster recovery planning… Read More

How to Deal with Ransomware in 2020

How to Deal with Ransomware in 2020

Ransomware incidents show no signs of going away any time soon. Companies and governments continue to be faced with a tough dilemma: pay the ransom or rely on a contingency plan to regain access to critical files and systems. In this blog, we’ll discuss how to deal with ransomware in 2020 and what you can… Read More

Best Cyber Security Blogs of 2020

Our Best Cyber Security Blogs of 2020: Mid-Year Update

The team at Delta Risk published many cyber security-related blogs throughout the first half of 2020. We’ve blogged about topics such as patching, pen-testing, endpoint security, cyber security awareness, and much more. In case you missed any of these when they were published, here’s a roundup of our most read cyber security blogs so far in 2020…. Read More

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Lessons from Cyber Attacks on Local Governments—Are You Protected?

City and state governments are increasingly feeling the heat from ransomware attacks. Ransomware attacks in 2019 on federal and state entities, healthcare providers, and educational institutions cost more than $7.5 billion, according to a new study. Additionally, the number of cyber attacks on local governments, especially in the form of ransomware attacks, are starting to… Read More