Evolver discovered a major issue with the popular professional social network that could represent a major brand protection and potentially a cyber issue for companies around the world. Via LinkedIn's job posting feature, companies are being changed or intermingled with Russian companies and translated into Russian.
Evolver has been keeping up to date with trends in cyber insurance predicted or inferred from the research in our original 2015 whitepaper that received considerable coverage when released. Some of the predictions in the paper occurred soon after the paper’s release while other predictions are in different stages of development.
Evolver, a Converged Security Solutions company, will present on the increasing role of cyber insurance at two leading IT and cyber risk conferences the week of Oct 15th.
New Organization Positioned to Address Growing Information and Operational Security Complexities through an Integrated Managed Services Security Solution
As an end to end eDiscovery and legal technology provider, the legal services division of Evolver has partnered with Lucid IQ to offer CaseManagerPro to law firms, corporations, and government clients.
Evolver, Inc., a leading consulting and technology firm, and the architect of the Cyber Risk Ecosystem, announces a new technology partnership with Argent, a premier provider of monitoring and automation products. Evolver will look to leverage Argent Software, further expanding Evolver’s managed services infrastructure and security-monitoring offerings for on premise, hosted, and cloud based platforms for both commercial and government clients.
Drowning in Your Client’s ESI? Wanting to Whittle Down to Key Documentary Evidence? We work through four key considerations when finding the right provider to transfer and host your client's data and put you in charge of the facts fast.
As the European Union heads toward the implement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on May 25, companies of all sizes are preparing to comply with one of the broadest mandates in the history of digital regulation.
From Orangeworm’s targeted attack on MRI machines where the Trojan collects information about the host system, to the recent documented vulnerabilities on Phillips CT Scanners where they could be exploited by an attacker to steal protected health information (PHI) and other sensitive data files, there is no denying cyber attacks in the healthcare industry are on the rise.
Following the previous quarter's SEC guidance on cyber risk disclosure, companies are beginning to inform investors about material events that could impact the bottom line.