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Chairman And CEO Mark Gray Discusses Cybergy Partners’ Successes At The 9th Annual Southeast Venture Conference

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It was great to visit Charlotte, NC especially given that we presented SmartFile at this conference 3 years ago. It was also neat to see some of my friends after years of being away in India. My friend Joshua Siegel at Rubicon Venture Capital also was participating as one of the leaders in the angel investment…

Cybergy Holdings Announces Win in $500,000,000 HHS Contract by Wholly-Owned Subsidiary, New West Technologies

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“This contract builds on our previous work with Department of Health and Human Services and the broad scope of work in this new contract offers us an opportunity to expand our efforts in several new areas,” said New West President Steve Hauser. “We see this as a multi-million dollar opportunity to grow our business with HHS and include…

Civergy, names Dan Hollenbach as Chief Financial Officer

Civergy, Inc. is pleased to announce that Dan Hollenbach, CPA, CGMA, has been appointed Chief Financial Officer starting May, 2014. Dan’s primary focus will be to lead the financial integration of the Civergy family of companies as they move toward building an organization that provides a range of critical services and indispensable products – from…

1.25 Billion emails hacked; 360 Million accounts — No one heard

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A cybersecurity firm, Hold Security LLC, said on February 25 that it uncovered stolen credentials from some 360 million accounts that are available for sale on cyber black markets, though it is unsure where they came from or what they can be used to access. The discovery could represent more of a risk to consumers and companies…

I-R-C-H AAS Infrastructure, Research, Crimeware and Hacking as a Service

If you have not heard of any of these it is not surprising but they are beginning to effect everyones daily lives. All of these have been purchasable in the past but never at the scale that is being exposed today. The advent of the cloud and the proliferation of the internet around the world has…

Cybersecurity is attracting lots of capital

The tremendous and rapid growth of big-time Internet based corporations, such as Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Intel, Apple, Facebook and many others, highlights the immense potential this particular industry is enjoying and will continue to enjoy in the years to come. However, this tremendous growth is associated with a significant increase in cybercrime and security threats. Companies are spending huge…

Global Cyber Security Market to Reach $120.1 Billion by 2017 at a 11.3% CAGR

The global cybersecurity market is expected to grow from $63.7 billion in 2011 to $120.1 billion by 2017, at an estimated compound annual growth rate of 11.3% from 2012 to 2017, according to the report. “Cyberspace today is powered by a gamut of devices and applications that have made it vulnerable to threats from all kinds of users…

Cybersecurity Expert: Assume You’re Being Attacked Right Now

When it comes to IT security, it’s best to assume hackers or cybercriminals have already penetrated your network, according to cybersecurity expert Roger Cressey. Unfortunately, Cressey said, the U.S. is still dealing with many of the same problems he saw more than a decade ago, from data beaches to security critical infrastructures. “All of those issues…

Cybersecurity: More people over larger budgets

A recent survey of 167 attendees at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas by security company Tripwire found that the majority of those surveyed (44 percent) believe increasing the number of highly skilled security workers on staff would be the most valuable action for improving information security at their organization.  Increasing security budgets also was…

No such thing as hacker-proof

Effective cyber security today means identifying threats before attacks occur and securing your most valuable assets. For starters, there is no such thing as “hack-proof”. The only device or network that is unhackable is the one that isn’t and can’t be connected to the internet or a network. The nature of cyber threats has changed—and so too should the…

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