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The Problem With Compliance

It’s time for Compliance Automation — which shifts compliance from a bolted on annoyance, to an integral part of the entire infrastructure. 

What Will Cybersecurity Look Like In 2028? By Default, By Design

Information security that’s simple? When security is baked into everything, by default and by design – it is possible. Anitian CEO Andrew Plato explains.

A Study in Exploit Development – Part 1: Setup and Proof of Concept

I was seeking an overflow vulnerability that could lead to remote code execution (RCE). I wanted a simple piece of software so it would be easier to debug and understand. Eventually I found a reported vulnerability for something called EasyChat. Here’s my test.

Top Five SOC 2 Compliance Questions Answered

What is the difference between the SOC 2 Type 1 and SOC 2 Type 2 Audit? Here’s the answer to that and four other common compliance questions.

How to Make PCI Compliance A Little Easier for Everyone

Before we begin, there’s one thing Anitian Director of Security Intelligence Jordan Wiseman wants to make clear: You can’t outsource all compliance, including PCI compliance.

The Human Firewall Is a Lie

Lately, I hear a lot of cybersecurity people talk about the need to strengthen the “human firewall.” My take: Security needs to start doing its job and stop blaming users.

GDPR Deadline Is Coming: 4 Big Steps to Prepare

On May 25th, 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) goes into effect. Here’s how to prepare.

Four Reasons Mega Cybersecurity Breaches Happen

A culture of breach involves poor leadership, lack of discipline, misguided focus & a cybersecurity checkbox mentality. Anitian explains the details.

Equifax Breach Suffers Outrage Fatigue

Don’t give Equifax your time, data or attention. They lost our trust. They need to re-earn it. Focus on the people, products & institutions we CAN trust.

What’s New In NIST 800-53 R5: Anitian Explains

NIST recently released a public draft of NIST 800-53 revision 5, Security & Privacy Controls for Information Systems & Organizations, Anitian reports.