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Full press release via: http://www.presstelegram.com/general-news/20131028/expert-to-give-free-workshop-on-cyber-security-in-long-beach LONG BEACH >> Mike Murray, managing partner of MAD Security, will discuss how to better protect against cyber security breaches at a free workshop on Computer Security Threats sponsored by the Port of Long Beach on Wednesday. The workshop featuring Murray, who has more than a decade of experience helping firms fend off potential cyber threats, is part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, which this year is themed “Our Shared Responsibility.” According to the Bureau …

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Joseph Sokoly is a Vulnerability Engineer here at MAD Security. He’s been with MAD now since 2011. During his time here, he’s been involved with numerous professional service engagements and proven himself as not only a hard worker, but as an industry thought leader. It’s qualities like these which have spurred the attention of notables such as Tripwire, Inc., an information security software company whose goal is to,  “stimulate achievements in the high-tech sector and create opportunities for America’s next …

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With over 10 years experience in executive management and strategic planning, Commander Cliff Neve joins MAD Security as VP of Security Services. SAN FRANCISCO – July 3, 2013 – MAD Security, a company focused on providing unique solutions to the human side of information security, is proud to announce the appointment of Commander Cliff Neve to the position of Vice President of Security Services. Within this role, Commander Neve will provide management, leadership, and strategic planning to the MAD team. …

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Here you are. You’ve done your cultural assessment, you were able to identify the holes in the organizations security awareness efforts, you modified training and created a 12 month content plan to fix this. It’s time to sit back, and see some real user behavior change right? Quick question: How do you know that your plan worked? Are users reporting more issues to the help desk? Are people more able to identify phishing emails? Are users retaining the information from annual …

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