Posted by Kevin Landt on Feb 19, 2020
We recently welcomed veteran technology marketing executive, Steve Harrington, to the Cygilant team as vice president of marketing. Prior to joining Cygilant, Steve worked at Extreme Networks where he was vice president of marketing. I recently sat down with Steve to discuss his new role and decision to join the Cygilant team, and get to know him better as a person, including what makes him tick. Following is a transcript of our discussion.
Click here to view the formal announcement on Steve’s appointment and Cygilant’s new headquarters in Burlington, Mass.
We are excited to announce our new Blog and Video series called, “From the Phones”.
There is nothing like hearing from the person who is on the phone, speaking with hundreds of customers every month. This is where the true rubber meets the road. The learnings that can be gained from tapping into this audience are tremendous. And, we are pleased to share that information with you.
Updated October 2019
Although data privacy and data security are often used as synonyms, they share more of a symbiotic type of relationship. Just as a home security system protects the privacy and integrity of a household, a data security policy is put in place to ensure data privacy. When a business is trusted with the personal and highly private information of its consumers, the business must enact an effective data security policy to protect this data. The following information offers specific details designed to create a more in depth understanding of data security and data privacy.
No doubt every credit union will have heard of the Automated Cybersecurity Examination Tool (ACET). It’s the latest compliance requirement aiming to provide a repeatable, measurable and transparent process that improves and standardizes supervision related to cybersecurity in all federally insured credit unions. A Cybersecurity Agency delivering Security-as-a-Service can help credit unions with the people and repeatable process to meet ACET requirements.