It’s dangerous out there, ma. Always use toofah. If you don’t believe me, take it from Matt, Rich and returning guest host Lawrence Cruciana, of Corporate Information Technologies. They and this week’s interview guest—Grayson Milbourne, security intelligence director at Webroot—have plenty to say about ransomware-as-a-service, Log4j threats, and a bunch of other reasons why none of us can have too much toofah these days.
And that conversation comes after some interesting discussion of why Axcient and N-able are seeing such strong momentum around direct-to-cloud BDR, the clever new integration between Trend Micro’s security software and Cowbell Cyber’s insurance platform, a new vendor RFQ tool from the QuoteWerks team, and why good documentation can increase your sale value in an M&A negotiation. Trust us, the whole episode is a winnah.
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Episode #: 217
Title: Tell Me About the Toofah
File size: 54.2 MB
Regulars: Rich Freeman - Executive Editor, Matt Whitlock - Technology Editor
Guest host: Lawrence Cruciana, Founder and President, Corporate Information Technologies
Topics and Related Links Mentioned:
- Axcient Adds Backup Verification to Direct-to-Cloud BDR Solution
- N-able Aims to be Synonymous with BDR
- Trend Micro and Cowbell Cyber Partner to Reduce Costs and Save Time on Cyber Insurance
- QuoteWerks Maker Aspire Technologies Ships Real-Time Request for Quote Tool
- IT Documentation: Key to Streamlined, Successful M&As
- Lawrence Cruciana's blog
- Infragard webinar featuring Lawrence Cruciana: The State of Security in SLTT & SMB Organizations
- NCCoE Guide: Data Integrity: Detecting and Responding to Ransomware and Other Destructive Events
- NIST/NCCoE Guide: Improving Cybersecurity of Managed Service Providers
- Rich's ICYMI plug and quickie preview of the week ahead