Closing the Decade and Opening the Newsroom Door: December Client Coverage Highlights

Cyber Security, High Technology, Innovation, Public Relations, Technology Posted Jan 10, 2020 by Shannon Kelley

With the end of a decade, we reflect on the advancements the world has made in technology and innovation. Our clients had no problem keeping up with the fast-paced environment of the industry. Even with the chaos of the holiday season, each of our clients secured newsroom coverage. From 2020 trend predictions, to conversations on cybersecurity best practices and exceptional thought leadership, our clients never cease to amaze us. Check out some of their highlights!

 

SiliconANGLE, Steve Mullaney, Aviatrix | AWS re:Invent 2019

Aviatrix President and CEO Steve Mullaney was featured on SiliconANGLE’s theCUBE during last month’s AWS re:Invent 2019 conference. He spoke to host John Furrier about a recently coined term from an Aviatrix employee: “take the ‘t’ out of cloud native, and you have cloud naïve.” Throughout the interview, Steve explains the difference between cloud native and cloud naïve, and how Aviatrix embraces and extends the native constructs of public clouds and builds a multi-cloud architecture that delivers the simplicity, visibility, performance and control equal to what enterprises have on-premises.

 

Energy Storage Journal, Building bricks of power for utility-scale applications – or just for under the bed

Christina Lampe-Onnerud, Founder and CEO of Cadenza Innovation, was recently profiled as part of a series on battery pioneers. The article reflects her experience, passion and drive for clean energy storage innovations that combat climate change – specifically lithium-ion batteries for grid storage and electric vehicles. The piece brings readers through Christina’s journey from her early years in chemistry, to working at Boston Power, to creating what Cadenza Innovation is today.

 

Forbes, 141 Cybersecurity Predictions For 2020

As the year and the decade changes, cybersecurity practitioners look ahead to both the achievements and threats to come. Tim Bandos, VP of Cybersecurity, shared that there’s a possibility that state-sponsored attacks will become more common, and that critical infrastructure will be a growing target. Such attacks have been isolated incidents to date, but Tim speculates that some of those incidents occurred so adversaries could create a backdoor to leverage at a moment’s notice in the future.

 

Channel Futures, Flashpoint Unleashes New BRI Capabilities for MSSPs

Last month, Flashpoint launched a new offering for MSSPs that is designed to expand their security capacity and add more value to their client through Business Risk Intelligence (BRI) capabilities. Channel Futures chatted with Flashpoint’s head of worldwide channels and partnerships, Ayesha Prakash, about this news. He discusses the new offering and how Flashpoint’s ability to safely track adversaries across multiple online communications and deep and dark web sources, can now be extended to MSSP partners. Flashpoint expands their capabilities by adding context to threat info, helping MSSPs and their SMB customers make more informed decisions around risk.

 

Threatpost, The Case for Cyber-Risk Prospectuses

RiskLens authored a byline about how it could be helpful for companies to note how long they go without a breach since the data could help other companies understand the reality and severity of cyber-incidents. An organization could go years without experiencing a security breach and it can become easy for them to think they will never fall under attack. However, it is important to understand that losses like this will occur over time. And companies must advance their cyber-risk practices so they are prepared to respond when a breach ultimately occurs.