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July 16, 2019

Cyber attackers are often better trained, better funded and better organized than many security organizations. Cyber attacks are increasingly more complex and the damage more severe. For these reasons, more organizations are looking to reduce their risk and augment their security with external threat intelligence services. However, many organizations don’t know where to start, while others have jumped right in without understanding what threat intelligence they need or how it should be used. The results are generally ineffective and costly.

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Digital Davinci works on large, proprietary computer networks as well as servicing residential computer needs. We also have been providing systems integration and security since 1998.

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The Importance of Cybersecurity Threat Detection for Utilities

whitePaper | November 25, 2019

Cybersecurity threats against energy companies, including utilities, have been increasing at an alarming rate. A comprehensive approach to ensuring cyber protection is essential and should include cybersecurity threat detection as a standard element. But not all such cybersecurity solutions are created equal.

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Cyber Risk Appetite: Defining and Understanding Risk in the Modern Enterprise

whitePaper | January 16, 2020

Managing risk is a balancing act for organizations of all sizes and disciplines. While some organizations take on too much risk, others arguably do not take on enough. Complicating this equation is the emergence of cyber as one of the most impactful sources of risk in the modern enterprise. In fact, cyber security is now increasingly reviewed by corporate boards of directors and often discussed with financial analysts who see cyber security risk as an imminent and paramount business risk. Because the consequences of cyber security failures can be damaging to business revenues and brand reputation, CEOs have lost their positions as a result of data breaches and inept preparation and planning.

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IoT Cybersecurity vision 2018-2019

whitePaper | November 6, 2019

The emergence of IoT – the networked connection of people, process, data and things – is expected to significantly grow the number of connected devices worldwide, from billions of units we have today, to tens of billions of units expected to be deployed in the coming years as stated by several analysts.

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Google Cloud security foundations guide

whitePaper | April 19, 2021

This guide presents an opinionated view of Google Cloud security best practices, organized to allow users to adopt or adapt them and then automatically deploy them for their estates on Google Cloud. This document can be useful to you if you are a CISO, security practitioner, risk or compliance officer.

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White Paper on Cyber Security Securing Video Surveillance Devices to Close Network Vulnerabilities

whitePaper | February 19, 2020

We live in an increasingly connected world, where more and more devices and systems are networked and shared with other systems. Convenience is a main driver behind this trend, as people have come to expect the ability to connect to and control devices and systems anywhere, anytime. However, there is a downside to the unprecedented level of convenience provided by the growing number of networked devices, namely increased security risk. Because each device is an endpoint for networks, they introduce the potential to become entry points for hackers and others with malicious intents. In fact, in many of the most high-profile data breaches that have occurred recently, hackers were able to access corporate networks through POS, HVAC and other networked systems that failed to provide an adequate level of security to prevent these types of breaches.

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Network Traffic Analysis (NTA): A Cybersecurity ‘Quick Win’

whitePaper | February 27, 2020

According to research from ESG and the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), 91% of cybersecurity professionals believe that most organizations are either extremely or somewhat vulnerable to a significant cyber-attack or data breach.1 This level of cyber-risk demands immediate attention and action from CISOs, CIOs, and business executives. As a result, 62% of organizations plan to increase cybersecurity spending in 2020.2 Here’s the problem: Increasing security budgets alone isn’t enough. CISOs need quick and easy wins that can greatly bolster security efficacy and streamline operations without demanding massive projects and vast resources. There is a lot of work ahead. This white paper concludes.

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Digital Davinci works on large, proprietary computer networks as well as servicing residential computer needs. We also have been providing systems integration and security since 1998.

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