Channeling Security: Quortum CEO On Insider Threats

I had the pleasure of “Channeling Security” with Lorna Garey (@lornagarey), tech-writing guru at Channel Partners, recently and had a great opportunity to discuss what many aren’t thinking about when trying to stop Insider Threats. IT’S THE PEOPLE! Quortum partners...

Employee Smartphones and Their Privacy

Earlier this year, the CTO over at ObserveIT held a Webinar with an experienced Insider Threat prosecutor who provided a very thorough overview of employee monitoring and privacy concerns. If you are considering adding or upgrading your employee monitoring...

Identifying and Protecting your Intellectual Property

  The FBI has some great recommendations on how to best protect an organizations Intellectual Property (IP). But when you really look them, they’re pretty common sense. So, that begs the question….. Does the FBI feel organizations aren’t using common sense security...
Our Insider Threat Vulnerability Assessment is the First Step in Protecting Your Company

Our Insider Threat Vulnerability Assessment is the First Step in Protecting Your Company

Your company, no matter the size or Industry, will benefit from our service Every company or organization has a secret sauce – a technology, a methodology, or other intellectual property that gives the company value. In addition, they have sensitive employee and...
Quortum Partners with Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute to Combat Insider Threats to Small Businesses

Quortum Partners with Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute to Combat Insider Threats to Small Businesses

August 31, 2016, Leesburg, VA—Quortum today announced that it has been accepted as a Partner by the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI). As an SEI Partner, Quortum is licensed to provide official SEI services in Insider Threat Vulnerability...
Smartphones and your Company’s Secrets

Smartphones and your Company’s Secrets

Unless you’ve been under a rock, you’ve certainly heard about Pokémon Go, the smartphone-based game that has kids and adults wandering urban and rural areas in attempts to “Catch’em All!” How about social media apps or from the nearby coffee chain, big box retailer or...