At CyberRx, our experience helps us understand what really matters to you. We don’t live in the past; we focus on the future. Our goal is to provide fresh insight and innovative solutions to the challenges faced today by businesses of all sizes battling cybersecurity threats.
Because of our commitment to thought leadership, we regularly share our industry knowledge and lessons learned with you through our blog and monthly webinar series. We invite you to come back often to connect with topics that may help you become better at what you do.
Cybersecurity is NOT a Tech Issue?!?
CyberRx Co-Founder & CEO Ola Sage, PMP®, CRISC, discusses how the Cybersecurity Framework can help you keep business, stay in business, and get new business.
Webinar by CyberRx Co-Founder & CEO Ola Sage
Creating clarity out of chaos, empowerment out of fear, and success out of static are the driving forces behind the passion CyberRx Co-Founder and CEO Ola Sage holds for business. Through the example of her entrepreneurial parents from West Africa, Ola gained an early understanding of the importance of entrepreneurship and the rigors of running a small business. Those early experiences in business have continued to serve her well in her current role as CEO of CyberRx. Her principle focus in the company is to shape the company’s strategic vision and business growth plan and to provide thought leadership on a range of emerging and critical technology and cybersecurity issues to government and industry. In 2014, Ola was inducted into the Montgomery County, Maryland Business Hall of Fame. After obtaining a B.S. summa cum laude in Computer Information Systems, Ola pursued an M.S. in Technology Management from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. This curiosity in the world of information systems has fueled her desire to explore how merging technology with enterprise can offer vital solutions for a variety of business challenges.
Every Small Business Should Use the NIST Cybersecurity Framework
Turn on the TV, or open a newspaper on any given day, and the headlines will scream of another company, large or small, that has been targeted or significantly damaged by hackers. Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are much more vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks than those with large infrastructures and protection investments. Click here to read the full report.
Cybersecurity Risk: What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You!