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Written by QOMPLX Staff | January 14, 2021

Alastair Speare-Cole, President and General Manager of Insurance at QOMPLX, discusses the impact to cyber risk assessment practices within the insurance industry as a result of the SolarWinds hack.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | January 14, 2021

Bill Solms, QOMPLX President and GM of Government Solutions spoke on ‘Meeting DOD’s New Cybersecurity Rules for Contractors’ for SupplyChainBrain.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | January 12, 2021

Like the electric grid, BGP is one of those core pieces of infrastructure that just work. But when it breaks or is hacked, the consequences can be severe, says Jason Crabtree, QOMPLX CEO and co-founder in his latest piece for Forbes Technology Council.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | January 12, 2021

QOMPLX is a proud member of the Cybersecurity Tech Accords and is proud to have continued to this ‘‘Disturbing trend: Recent nation state attacks’

Written by QOMPLX Staff | January 08, 2021

Jason Crabtree, QOMPLX CEO and co-founder, discussed the role of authentication forgery for IT World Canada’s article, “More 2021 cybersecurity predictions: ‘Every service without MFA will suffer a breach.’”

Written by QOMPLX Staff | January 07, 2021

Jason Crabtree, QOMPLX CEO and co-founder, discussed Active Directory and authentication attacks as part of the Journal of Cyber Policy article, ‘2021 Predictions for Identity and Access Management (IAM)’

Written by QOMPLX Staff | January 06, 2021

Andrew Sellers, QOMPLX CTO and co-founder, was featured in the Journal of Cyber Policy article, ‘2021 Cybersecurity Predictions for the Workplace,’ discussing the importance of securing remote work in 2021.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | January 06, 2021

Jason Crabtree, QOMPLX CEO and co-founder, was highlighted in the Security Info Watch article, ‘It will be the year of deception in the cybersecurity world say the experts,’ discussing Active Directory and authentication attacks in ransomware and breach events in 2021.