A Traveling Executive's Guide to Cybersecurity

July 17, 2019

Here at Wickr we work with partners everyday helping to ensure the security of their communications. That’s why we’re excited to share this infographic with the help of our friends at OODA Loop. This infographic is a great way to quickly learn how to protect company information and technology systems while traveling abroad. Of course, these tips also apply to individuals traveling abroad for non-business purposes or who just want to improve their overall individual security posture.

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Contrast Security

Contrast Security was founded by Jeff Williams and Arshan Dabirsiaghi after an extensive research and development effort begun in 2009. Jeff and Arshan are experienced application security veterans. Previously, Jeff founded Aspect Security and was a key part of creating the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) where he served as Global Chair for eight years. Arshan was the director of research at Aspect and led many successful open-source application security projects.The Contrast Security mission is to empower any organization to secure all applications via a fast, fully automated, accurate, and affordable application security technology that development, test, and operations can use without disrupting current processes. Contrast is taking the industry beyond compliance to make the Web safer for all. Put simply, Contrast adds security to all the parts of existing software development, integration, test, and operational environments – no experts required.

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Contrast Security was founded by Jeff Williams and Arshan Dabirsiaghi after an extensive research and development effort begun in 2009. Jeff and Arshan are experienced application security veterans. Previously, Jeff founded Aspect Security and was a key part of creating the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) where he served as Global Chair for eight years. Arshan was the director of research at Aspect and led many successful open-source application security projects.The Contrast Security mission is to empower any organization to secure all applications via a fast, fully automated, accurate, and affordable application security technology that development, test, and operations can use without disrupting current processes. Contrast is taking the industry beyond compliance to make the Web safer for all. Put simply, Contrast adds security to all the parts of existing software development, integration, test, and operational environments – no experts required.

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