Arlington, VA -- September 29, 2016 -- Endgame, the leading provider of endpoint security solutions to hunt and close the detection gap against advanced adversaries, today announced the appointment of Lieutenant General Robert E. Schmidle Jr., USMC (Ret.) to its Advisory Board. As a three-star general, who earned his doctorate from Georgetown University and the first ever Deputy Commander of United States Cyber Command, LtGen. Schmidle brings unparalleled vision, experience, and expertise to Endgame’s advisory board.
First, you need to assign a resource to work with the individual to ensure no loss of institutional knowledge. Even if processes have been written down, you shouldn’t have to reverse engineer after the person leaves to figure something out. Second, in cybersecurity at least, it’s a small community so you should try to make sure the person leaving has a good impression of the company.
Last week's BSidesLV, Black Hat and Defcon conferences all demonstrated pheonomenal technical achievements, but gaps clearly remain. When measured against CNAP objectives, the conferences still have gaps in outreach and collaboration with policy, as well as a diversity of perspectives. That is, the industry requires a greater diversity of perspectives to compliment the current phenomenal domain expertise, and help overcome some of today’s greatest challenges in security.
Arlington, VA – June 16, 2016 – Endgame, the leading provider of cybersecurity software solutions to hunt for advanced adversaries, has been awarded a 2016 Top Workplaces honor by The Washington Post. In its third annual survey, The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces list spotlights private, public, nonprofit and government agencies with the highest ratings from their employees in a survey conducted by Workplace Dynamics.
It’s an all-too familiar story: A company reports a data breach,and there’s an immediate blame game. Inevitably, we point the finger at humans — the person who responded to that phishing email ( a fake message that a bad actor uses to gain access to a broader set of data or a network) or who unknowingly clicked on ransomware “malvertising” (a fake ad that, when clicked, releases malware that locks digital files and demands a ransom to release the data).
April 13, 2016
Shifting the Narrative to Attract More Talent into Security
We had the opportunity to address sophomore girls from the Brearley School, and discuss the exciting work and challenges facing the security industry. Our narrative is part of Endgame's overarching pursuit to help shift the industry's regressive diversity statistics, and drive innovation through insights from a range of disciplines and backgrounds.