Phishing attacks, malware, and ransomware are just some of the major threats everyone connected to the internet faces. For companies, the stakes are especially high. Setting up a secure infrastructure is difficult. Your adversary only needs to find one flaw to get in.
Vancord is a private cybersecurity company, based in Connecticut, that was founded and built by security engineers to specialize in incident resilience and response. In this episode, I interview Jason Pufahl and Russell Jancewicz from Vancord.
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