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Self-Assessment and Re-Validation: Maintaining Compliance and Internal Cyber Audits Webinar

  Webinar: Government Contracts Cyber Café Series — Self-Assessment and Re-Validation: Maintaining Compliance and Internal Cyber Audits Registration is required to join this event. If you have not registered, please use the link below. Event status: Not started (Register) Date and time: Tuesday, August 21, 2018 8:30 am Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00) Duration:… Read more »

Sera-Brynn’s Colin Glover Comments on Recent Wells Fargo News Related to Lawsuits Filed by its Customers Regarding Fraudulent Debit Card Charges

BY ALEXANDRA CLINE Richmond Times-Dispatch https://bit.ly/2Nf9kNy Some consumers affected by the Wells Fargo debit card fraud issue of the past several months are not only fed up – they’re taking action. To date, two complaints have been filed with the Virginia Attorney General’s office about the fraud issue, said spokeswoman Charlotte Gomer. Another consumer also… Read more »

Sera-Brynn Adds Financial Services Industry Executive to Advisory Board

Suffolk, VA – Virginia-based Sera-Brynn, a global leader in cybersecurity compliance and risk management, announced today that it has named retired financial industry executive Ward Robinett to its advisory board. Robinett served in the banking industry for 44 years, including a 23-year stint with Central Fidelity that is now operating as Wells Fargo. He finished… Read more »

Sera-Brynn CTO to Present at SEALI Conference

Sera-Brynn Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Darek Dabbs will present at the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute conference with Darius K. Davenport, of Crenshaw, Ware & Martin, P.L.C., Norfolk, VA. With several recent cyberattacks targeting the shipping and logistics industry, Dabbs and Davenport will discuss “Anatomy of a Cyber Breach” on June 29. “As industries in… Read more »

Sera-Brynn Names Former SOF Commander as Business Development Director

Suffolk, VA – Global Cybersecurity Firm Sera-Brynn announced today it has named retired Navy Captain, Jeff Tyer, as Director of Business Development. “In the Navy, I learned that the more I understood and managed risks, the more my teams excelled,” Tyer said. “The same is true in business, and Sera-Brynn, like SOF, is a team… Read more »

Sera-Brynn Names Former Virginia Secretary of Technology to Advisory Board

Suffolk, VA – Virginia-based Sera-Brynn, a global leader in cybersecurity compliance and risk management, announced today that it has named former Virginia Secretary of Technology Karen Jackson to its advisory board. Jackson served as the Commonwealth’s technology chief from 2014-2018 and was senior advisor to Governor Terry McAuliffe on all technology matters including innovation, data… Read more »

Chief Strategist Speaks on Critical Compliance Issues at NYS Cyber Security Conference

On June 5, 2018 at 3:20 PM in Albany, NY, Sera-Brynn’s CSO will discuss critical cybersecurity compliance issues in the federal and defense contracting space — from strategic risk management to supply chain impacts.   Heather Engel, Chief Strategy Officer at Sera-Brynn, will present “Strategic Planning for Cyber Risk: Protecting Data and Meeting Regulatory Requirements… Read more »

Sera-Brynn Vaults Into Top 5 of Globally Ranked Cybersecurity Compliance Firms

Independent Industry Poll Shows Virginia-Based Cybersecurity Compliance Firm One of World’s Cyber Leaders Suffolk, VA – Black Book Research, LLC recently released its independent research rankings of leading cyber compliance and risk management firms and named Sera-Brynn fourth on their global list. “This ranking is indicative of our company’s discipline in helping global brands interpret… Read more »

Sera-Brynn’s Compliance Report: Cyber Security Dominates Risk In The Financial Services Boardroom

In the most recent edition of Cybersecurity Ventures, Sera-Brynn CEO Rob Hegedus talks about how cybersecurity dominates risk management in the boardrooms of the financial services industry. He makes an important point that many people often miss when it comes to cybersecurity – that it’s a process, not a destination. Cyber criminals don’t have banking… Read more »