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CYBER SPECIALISTS: Roger Williams University professor of cybersecurity Doug White, middle, speaks during a Q&A session at the end of Providence Business News’ 2022 Cybersecurity Summit at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick on Oct. 6. At left is Linn F. Freedman, a certified information privacy professional and U.S. chair of data privacy and the cybersecurity team at Robinson & Cole LLP. At right is Shakour A. Abuzneid, a professor of cybersecurity and networking and incoming program director at RWU. 
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Panel: In fending off cyberattacks, prevention isn’t nearly enough

While common security measures can help companies and their employees avoid becoming victims of cybercrime, they aren’t foolproof, said Shakour A. Abuzneid, a professor...
CRIMINAL MINDSET: Lisa A. Shorr, left, vice president at Secure Future Tech Solutions, and Eric M. Shorr, Secure Future Tech president, say cyber wrongdoers often take advantage of habits that office workers think are harmless. 
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PBN Summit: Best protection might come from thinking like hackers

Desktop computers left logged in over the weekend. Laptops and flash drives left unattended on desks. Sticky notes with email and system logins stuck...
LISA SHORR, far right, Secure Future Tech Solutions vice president, speaks during the PBN Cybersecurity Summit at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick on Thursday afternoon. She is joined during one of the panel discussions by, from left, Jason Albuquerque, Envision Technology Advisors LLC chief operating officer; Linn F. Freedman, certified information privacy professional and U.S. chair of the data privacy and cybersecurity team at Robinson & Cole LLP; Doug White, professor of cybersecurity and networking at Roger Williams University; Shakour A. Aubuzneid, professor of cybersecurity and networking and incoming program director at RWU; and Eric Shorr, Secure Future Tech president. Standing is PBN Editor Michael Mello. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

‘Thinking like a hacker,’ ROI benefits highlighted at PBN Cybersecurity Summit

PROVIDENCE – In the past five years, the U.S. has logged more than 2.6 million cybersecurity-related complaints, costing a total of $18.8 million in...
PATRIOTS PRIDE: Employees at Secure Future Tech Solutions wear New England Patriots attire as part of the company’s Patriots Spirit Day. 
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Secure Future Tech Solutions

PBN BEST PLACES TO WORK 2022 Small Company 10. Secure Future Tech Solutions Employees in R.I.: 19 CEO AND President: Eric M. Shorr Questions answered by: Vice President Lisa Shorr How...

Where’s Rhode Island’s economy heading?

Bringing Rhode Island’s economy back to pre-COVID-19 levels will take an ongoing commitment into the new year from business, government and community leaders to...

Five Questions With: Eric M. Shorr

Perhaps the most basic cybersecurity barrier is the password. We all have so many that it’s tempting to use the same one across devices...
OUT-OF-OFFICE ISSUES: Panelists at the Cybersecurity Summit discuss how to keep a secure system while employees are working remotely. Clockwise from top left: Anthony Siravo, chief information security officer at Lifespan Corp.; Daniel Andrea, a partner and director of information systems at Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co. Ltd.; Linn Freedman, chair of the data privacy and cybersecurity team at Robinson & Cole LLP; moderator Eric Shorr, president of Secure Future Tech Solutions; and John Sullivan, executive vice president and chief information officer at BankNewport.

Weak points caused by remote work can be fortified

With a larger remote workforce comes more opportunities for cybercriminals to steal sensitive data. But amid a rise in attacks, businesses need to put...
CYBERSECURITY SUMMIT KEYNOTE speaker Dan O'Day, director of Unit 42 by Palo Alto Networks, outlines how a recent ransomware attack against Kaseya, an information technology developer, played out over the Fourth of July weekend this year.

PBN Cybersecurity Summit: Ransom threats becoming ‘clear and present danger’

PROVIDENCE – Cybercriminals are becoming more lean, fast, abundant and strategic, and they are evolving from a nuisance to a “clear and present danger,”...
WORKING TOGETHER: Employees at Secure Future Tech Solutions collaborate with one another inside the company’s conference room. / COURTESY SECURE FUTURE TECH SOLUTIONS

Secure Future Tech Solutions

PBN Best Places to Work Awards 2021 Small Companies #10. Secure Future Tech Solutions Employees in R.I.: 21 President Eric M. Shorr Questions answered by Vice President Lisa...
BEST PRACTICES: Panelists Jeffrey Ziplow, a partner at Blum, Shapiro & Co. P.C.; Cindy Lepore, vice president of Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC.; and Linn F. Freedman, chair of the data privacy and cybersecurity team at Robinson & Cole LLP, discuss the challenges of responding to a ransomware attack during the Cybersecurity Summit on Oct. 7. PBN Editor Michael Mello moderated the discussion.

Summit: Companies at a loss to handle ransom threats

International cybercrime is rising dramatically, driven by sophisticated operatives holed up in places such as Russia and North Korea who use advanced technology and...
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