Episode 42

Headline Making Data Breach of Global Organization Has Lessons for SME's - Learn Before You're the Cause of the Next One

The various T-Mobile data breaches serve as a stark reminder of the critical importance of supply chain security in today's interconnected business landscape.

While the incident primarily affected a global telecommunications company, the lessons derived from this breach can be invaluable for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as they strive to become secure supply chain partners.

By understanding and implementing key lessons, SMEs can strengthen their security measures, safeguard sensitive information, and foster trust among their partners and customers.

Will Lassalle and Sean Mahoney share some important insights and offer valuable solutions for executives to look into and see how they may fit into their organizations.

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Cybersecurity Chronicles
News, views and stories from the cyber front line.

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Stanley Li

➤WHO I HELP & WHAT I DO: I help organizations with <1000 users to manage the cyber risk to meet compliance & regulatory requirements in IT & Cybersecurity. SecurIA®- the proprietary Managed Detection & Response platform I developed for Netswitch & Securli, has proven to reduce cost, risk, & time for our clients.

➤MY STORY: For the past 20 years I’ve dedicated my life to building Netswitch in order to protect and secure our clients’ data & critical infrastructure from the ever-increasing threat of cyber-attacks.
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Sean Mahoney

What I Do: I help business leaders achieve cyber-risk compliance and enable business continuity without breaking their budget.

I deliver productive ways of leveraging technology to meet business requirements and drive cost savings. Integrating automated and machine learning systems into operations to improve efficiency utilizing data analytics for improving business visibility allowing for faster reactions to market dynamics. Experienced in translating the technical to non-technical audiences.