Ross Flynn, Cybersecurity Manager at Echelon Risk +
Cyber, gets quoted in an article by Worklife on why cybersecurity professionals require more mental health support now more than ever:
"While organizations can create cultures that foster good mental health practices, it is still up to us as cybersecurity practitioners to practice good boundaries, spend time with loved ones, take breaks when needed and make time for other hobbies outside the field.”
Paul Matvey, Cybersecurity Manager at Echelon Risk + Cyber, gets quoted on an article by CyberNews on the aftermath of the LastPass hack:
"One of the concerning things about the LastPass breach is that some of the metadata fields were not encrypted, such as the URLs of sites visited by the users. Therefore, threat actors have an inventory of many services you use and secrets you possess, which gives them greater intelligence to use in targeted attacks"
"As a Partner at Echelon, I hope to play an integral role in building a top-notch professional services firm that provides a unique, fulfilling, and dynamic company culture and an experience that both our team and clients will undoubtedly enjoy.”
"This is an exciting time to be joining Echelon. Today we face an ever-evolving array of cyber threats, and Echelon is well-positioned to make the world a safer and more secure place," said Nangle. "I look forward to the opportunity to build out Echelon's Advisory Services offerings and apply my skills and experience to help Echelon's clients improve their security posture."
“Cybersecurity is increasingly becoming an integral part of business success. With my extensive experience across technology risk and CISO workstreams, I was looking for an opportunity to either lead or be part of a team that helps drive the strategic transformation of cyber initiatives,” said Kiran. “The opportunity at Echelon provides excellent synergy for my professional growth while allowing me to solve clients’ needs.”
Our Director of TPRM, Tom Garrubba, is quoted in an article by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) on how data regulations in Europe like GDPR have set high standards worldwide while privacy is still a debate in the US. “Now every other privacy regulation in the world has used GDPR as a foundation,” Tom said.
Tom Garrubba, our director of TPRM, recently got qouten on a article by LifeWire:
"The bill is heavy on ensuring the "health and well-being" of children, which is something that many parental organizations and privacy activists for years have been criticizing big tech for turning a blind eye to."
Tom Garruba, our director of Third Party Risk Management (TPRM), is quoted in a featured article by LifeWire on how your Facebook app can still track you, even after being told not to.
Tom Garruba, our Director of TPRM, is quoted in a featured article by SC Media on the second Marriott data breach.
"As an organizations security team continues to educate end-users on ways to identify phishing and other cyber threats, this latest report emphasizes the continued danger of social-engineering exploitations particularly as employees have begun a mass return to the office," Garrubba added.
Tom Garrubba, our director of Third Party Risk Management, gets quoted on a featured articles by SiliconANGLE:
“As an organization’s security team continues to educate end-users on ways to identify phishing and other cyber threats, this latest report emphasizes the continued danger of social-engineering exploitations particularly as employees have begun a mass return to the office.”
Forbes recently quoted Tom Garrubba, our director of TPRM, in a article that talks about the risks of revealing too much information on LinkedIn:
"All social platforms have the potential to be exploited by nefarious people and LinkedIn is certainly no exception," said Tom Garrubba, director of TPRM (Third Party Risk Management) professional services with Echelon Risk + Cyber.
Dahvid Schloss, our Offensive Security Lead, was quoted in this featured article by Lifewire:
"Password Managers enable you to create strong, complex passwords without having the memory of an elephant," said Schloss, "and most of them provide some level of breach monitoring to let you know when you need to change a site password."
"Once you are on the router you have a full trusted connection to poke and prod at whatever device is connected to it," Dahvid Schloss, offensive security team lead at Echelon, said via email. "From there, you could attempt to use proxychains to throw exploits into the network or just monitor all the traffic going in, out, and around the network."
“My entire career has been focused on operational risk, security, privacy, audit, resilience and compliance in various industries,” said Garrubba. “I look forward to helping Echelon clients in a variety of industries identify, assess and mitigate third-party risks to improve their risk posture.”
Tom Garrubba, our director of TPRM, is quoted in this article by SiliconANGLE that talks about how Botnets work and how dangerous they can be:
“Botnets are so dangerous because they control large swaths of vulnerable computer systems at a scale, unlike any other attack. Those infected computer pools can then be pointed at legitimate resources and cause havoc,” Garrubba added. “Botnets can perform very disruptive attacks like distributed denial of service or large-scale vulnerability exploitation to sell to initial access brokers who will later lend that access to ransomware gangs.”
Lifewire quoted our offensive security lead, Dahvid Schloss, in this featured article.
"The fact that the malware goes after Chrome, in particular, doesn't surprise Dahvid Schloss, Managing Lead, Offensive Security, At Echelon Risk + Cyber. In an email exchange with Lifewire, Schloss said the attack appears to exploit a long-standing issue in Chrome."
CSO Magazine entrevistó a Dahvid Schloss, jefe de seguridad ofensiva enb Echelon Cyber para un artículo destacado: 9 tipos de virus informáticos y cómo hacen su trabajo sucio.
"Si quieres tener una buena perspectiva de los diferentes tipos de malware,lo mejor es que hables con alguien que se gana la vida escribiendo. Esees el trabajo de Dahvid Schloss: es el jefe de gestión de la seguridad ofensiva en la empresa de servicios profesionales de ciberseguridad Echelon Risk + Cyber, donde trabaja en el malware destinado a emular a actores de amenazas reales para ejecutar plataformas de mando ycontrol en los compromisos de emulación adversaria y equipo rojo de su empresa. Desglosó los diferentes tipos de virus con los que trabaja según su función."
Dahvid Schloss was quoted in this CSO article where he explains the nine types of computer viruses and how they work.
"If you want a great perspective on the different types of malware, you could do worse than talk to someone who writes it for a living. That's Dahvid Schloss's job: he's the managing lead for offensive security at cybersecurity professional services firm Echelon Risk + Cyber, where he works on malware meant to emulate real threat actors to execute command-and-control platforms on his company's adversarial emulation and red team engagements. He broke down the different types of viruses he works with by their function."
Lily Clark is featured in this incfile blog for social media influencers on on how NOT to get hacked.
According to Lily, one of the main things that influencers can do to protect accounts is add two-factor authentication or multi-factor authentication (MFA). “Cracking passwords and finding passwords in breaches is easier than people realize, so that added layer of protection can prevent a lot of damage from threat actors,” she explains.
Echelon's Dan Desko and Lily Clark are quoted in this article about finding creative ways to fill cybersecurity roles.
“On the talent development side of the house, we look for those who exhibit the underlying values that we see as critical for a firm like us, and couple that with a strong ability to learn," says Echelon Risk's Desko. "Once we find those people, we help turn them into cyber superstars.”
Paul Matvey speaks about the importance of Zero Trust and SASE on remote work environments.
"You may find that you already have many of the required components in place, and now need to apply some elbow grease to orchestrate them together," Paul Matvey, a cybersecurity manager at Echelon, said.
Echelon Risk + Cyber announced it has joined the CrowdStrike Elevate Partner Program. Echelon will combine their expert advice and full suite of cybersecurity services with CrowdStrike's industry-leading endpoint protection platform to help customers stop breaches.
Veterans, volunteers and government workers and officials all worked together to create a virtual global network that provided secure communications, open-source intelligence and logistical aid to usher vulnerable and endangered individuals out of the country.
Cybersecurity skills proved to be quite valuable to the operation, according to CEO and managing partner Dan Desko, and Dahvid Schloss, offensive security lead.
From behind a keyboard, there’s a nationwide effort called “Digital Dunkirk,” and the goal is to help people escape Afghanistan.
The Echelon team usually spends their time helping companies with the tools they need to stay safe when it comes to hackers and ransomware attacks. But over the last few weeks, they’ve also had another mission — to get Afghans safely out of Afghanistan.
S&T Bank, in partnership with The Reschini Group, Evergreen Insurance, Echelon Risk + Cyber, and Isler Specialty Insurance will host a panel discussion on the important topic of cybersecurity and how to best protect your business from cybersecurity risks.
Dan Desko and Tom Garrubba will be presenting on the importance of a strong foundation and maturity in TPRM programs. Learn how to assess a TPRM program for maximum risk reduction, familiarize yourself with third party risk management tools such as the VRMMM and SIG questionnaire, and become a change agent in the rapidly changing risk environment. Register now and take the first step in becoming a "Value Added" partner in risk reduction for your organization
Tom Garrubba, Director of TPRM, will lead a panel on Third Party & Vendor Privacy. If you're attending, see you there!
Join us with Horizon3.ai on this year's Pittsburgh Information Security Awareness Day 2022. We will present two new talks with Horizon3.ai's team: Credentials Are The New RCE & Mitigating (Radio) Active Directories. Come and say hi at our stand, see you there!
Paul Matvey, Cybersecurity Manager, will present at the 2022 Accounting CPE Conference.
Tom Garrubba, Director, Echelon Risk + Cyber, will present his talk The Role of Internal Audit in Third-Party Risk Oversight at the 7th Annual Northwest Ohio Cybersecurity and Risk Management Summit. See you there!
Tom Garrubba, Director of TPRM at Echelon Risk, will be attending at this CefPRO's Third Party Risk Management USA: Cross Country. If you're attending, reach him there!
Tom Garrubba, Director of TPRM at Echelon Risk, will be attending at this year's edition of the Global Resilience Foundation Summit On Security & Third Party Risk. If you're attending, reach him there!