Author Archives: netizencorp

NETIZEN HIRES ROCCO ZEGALIA AS VICE PRESIDENT OF SALES AND MARKETING

Allentown, PA: Netizen Corporation, an award-winning provider of cyber security and related solutions for government and commercial markets, has hired Rocco Zegalia as Vice President (VP) of Sales and Marketing. Rocco was a successful Account Executive at a large advertising firm prior to joining Netizen and has over a two decades of enterprise sales and marketing experience. […]
Read More »

NETIZEN PROMOTES RAY HARRIS TO VICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS

Allentown, PA: Netizen Corporation, an award-winning provider of cyber security and related solutions for government and commercial markets, has formally promoted Raymond M. “Ray” Harris, Jr. to Vice President (VP) of Operations. Ray joined Netizen in 2015 as a Program Manager after a successful 30-year career with a Fortune 500 company supporting nuclear operations and, […]
Read More »

That Time Of Year Again: Cisco Systems Releases Its Annual Cybersecurity Report

Last week, Cisco Systems released the 2018 edition of its Annual Cybersecurity Report (ACR) you can find here. The report, compiled from a survey of 3,600 chief security officers (CSOs) and security operations leaders from across the globe, seeks to highlight emerging threats in the rapidly evolving landscape of cybersecurity. With 53% of all attacks […]
Read More »

NETIZEN PROMOTES GREGORY ALLEN TO SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT

Allentown, PA: Netizen Corporation, an award-winning provider of cyber security and related solutions for government and commercial markets, has formally promoted Gregory R. “Greg” Allen to Senior Vice President (SVP) of Strategic Accounts. Greg joined Netizen a year ago and has a career as a successful sales and operations executive with government contractors spanning the […]
Read More »

NETIZEN HOSTING PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE AT NEW ALLENTOWN LOCATION

Allentown, PA: Netizen Corporation, an award-winning provider of cyber security solutions for government, defense and commercial markets, recently moved into new offices at 4905 Tilghman Street, Suite 210, Allentown, PA and will be hosting a public Open House on Thursday, February 15th from 4:00pm to 7:00pm. All are welcome and invited to visit for a […]
Read More »

Who should be responsible for cybersecurity?

Clearly, cybersecurity is everybody’s problem. It’s high time this truth was recognized, starting with the executive suite on down.   The news today is flush with salacious stories of cyber-security breaches, data held hostage in brazen ransomware attacks, and compromised records and consumer information. So too has the fallout become increasingly familiar: broken trust, ruined […]
Read More »

Conferences, Certifications or College: Which Is the Best Path toward a Cybersecurity Career?

Cybersecurity and cyber defense experience are buzzwords that enhance a resume. They are also jobs that are needed now and far into the future. In January 2017, cybersecurity expert and CSO Steve Morgan wrote about the need for more cybersecurity talent. On the the CSO website, which serves enterprise security decision-makers, Morgan stated that “there […]
Read More »

Former U.S. Security Expert: 5 Ways the Insurance Industry Can Improve Cybersecurity

The insurance industry has a great record of solving problems where government regulation didn’t because the government either didn’t know how to regulate, or the government wouldn’t regulate,” Richard A. Clarke, former National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection and Counter-Terrorism for the United States, told attendees at a recent cybersecurity insurance forum in Santa Clara, […]
Read More »

Regulation Can’t Solve Cybersecurity Problems, Fed Official Says

More rules may not be the best answer to protecting the financial system against cyber attacks, a Federal Reserve official said. “I don’t think the solution to the cybersecurity problem rests in regulation,” Arthur Lindo, senior associate director of the Fed’s division of supervision and regulation, said Monday at a banking conference in New York. […]
Read More »

The interdependency of people, policy and products amid a cybersecurity talent shortage

As the shortage of skilled security staff widens, the effects on policy and products in overall security organization must be factored into the choice to pursue alternative sources of talent. Several CISOs I’ve spoken recently have lamented, while cybersecurity assurance stands on three legs – people, policy and products – the industry is weighted down […]
Read More »