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Cities at Risk: Detailing the Atlanta Ransomware Attack

Could attackers ransom water or energy services in the future? Secure Channels’ CEO Richard Blech says the Atlanta ransomware attack set an alarming precedent. In March of 2018 the City of Atlanta was subjected to a ransomware attack that infiltrated and ceased the operation of multiple city services.

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New Patents From Secure Channels Offer Encrypted Security

Secure Channels Inc., provider of innovative security solutions designed to complement existing security investments, announced today it recently filed for four patents which will transform the security practices for email, video content, data compression, and streamlined document distribution.

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Maintaining the focus on IoT cybersecurity in 2018

by Richard Blech Despite the attention placed on improving IoT device security, it still remains a weak link. Most of these devices do not have basic security capabilities, and when they do there’s often a configuration problem that renders it vulnerable. The sheer...

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Henry Sienkiewicz On Sales Game Changers Podcast

EPISODE 025: Henry Sienkiewicz, Observations from a Highly-Successful CIO Now Rocking it as a Chief Revenue Officer Henry Sienkiewicz is an author and more recently became the Chief Revenue and Innovation Officer for Secure Channels, an authentication and encryption...

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New answers to securing data

Today’s guest is well-known Henry Sienkiewicz, chief innovation & revenue officer at Secure Channels. Many listeners know Sienkiewicz from his previous incarnation with twenty-three years in the Army ending with being the vice chief assurance executive at the Defense...

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Preparing for the Coming Hacks

It’s not a question of if, but when December 6, 2017 By James Careless OTTAWA—In July, HBO’s media content library was hacked when 1.5 TB of data was illegally accessed and downloaded, including unaired episodes of “Ballers,” “Barry,” “Insecure,” and “Room 104,” plus...

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