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SurfWatch Labs

SurfWatch Labs delivers cyber risk intelligence solutions that help organizations understand the potential for cyber-attacks, determine the impact to their business and proactively address threats head on. SurfWatch Labs was formed in 2013 by former US Government intelligence analysts to go beyond the low-level threat intelligence approach that can drown organizations in data. By aggregating and automatically analyzing vast amounts of data from a wide range of structured and unstructured sources, SurfWatch enables organizations to zero in on their unique cyber risk profile and ensure the most effective risk management strategies are identified and implemented. With SurfWatch, organizations can immediately understand and act on their cyber risk. SurfWatch Labs: Cyber In Sight. For more information, visit www.surfwatchlabs.com.

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Latest Content From SurfWatch Labs

Research Report: Special Cyber Risk Report - The State of Point-of-Sale Insecurity

by SurfWatch LabsJun 18, 2015

As payment methods evolve and more consumers adopt new technologies like mobile payments and ewallets, those avenues become relatively new and untested waters for cybercriminals to target. Find out who is at risk, why and how this may affect you with our complimentary Cyber Risk Report.


Whitepaper: Cybersecurity and the C-Suite: How Executives Can Understand Cyber Risks and Ensure Governance

by SurfWatch LabsJun 10, 2015

This paper is written for business decision-makers to help understand the risk landscape and learn how to incorporate a sound cyber risk framework that is based on a business intelligence approach.


Whitepaper: Cybersecurity and the C-Suite: How Executives Can Understand Cyber Risks and Ensure Governance

by SurfWatch LabsApr 16, 2015

This paper is written for business decision-makers to help understand the risk landscape and learn how to incorporate a sound cyber risk framework that is based on a business intelligence approach.


Whitepaper: Cybersecurity and the C-Suite: How Executives Can Understand Cyber Risks and Ensure Governance

by SurfWatch LabsApr 16, 2015

This paper is written for business decision-makers to help understand the risk landscape and learn how to incorporate a sound cyber risk framework that is based on a business intelligence approach.


Whitepaper: Using Cyber Insurance and Cybercrime Data to Limit Your Business Risk

by SurfWatch LabsApr 16, 2015

This paper examines the challenges of understanding cyber risks, the importance of having the right cyber risk intelligence, and how to use this information to determine which cyber insurance options make the most sense based on your business.


Whitepaper: Cybersecurity and the C-Suite: How Executives Can Understand Cyber Risks and Ensure Governance

by SurfWatch LabsApr 16, 2015

This paper is written for business decision-makers to help understand the risk landscape and learn how to incorporate a sound cyber risk framework that is based on a business intelligence approach.


Whitepaper: Big Data, Big Mess: Sound Risk Intelligence Through Complete Context

by SurfWatch LabsApr 16, 2015

This paper explores the good, bad and ugly of big data in cybersecurity and provides tips for understanding cyber risk in complete business context that includes your industry sector, infrastructure, company size, supply chain, location, your online presence, and many more factors.


Whitepaper: 5 Tips to Secure Small Business Backdoors in the Enterprise Supply Chain

by SurfWatch LabsApr 16, 2015

As business becomes more connected and as data moves further outside the organizational walls, the supply chain has become a critical chink in the security armor. This paper examines the insecurity of the small businesses in the supply chain and offers tips to close those backdoors into the enterprise.


Webcast: Linking Enterprise and Small Business Security to Shore up Cyber Risks in the Supply Chain

by SurfWatch LabsAug 11, 2014

As business becomes more connected and as data moves further outside the organizational walls, the supply chain has become a critical chink in the security armor. Think about how many small businesses, suppliers and customers have access to different areas of an enterprise. But small businesses do not generally employ the same strength of security as larger companies because it’s complex, costly and resource-intensive. Enterprise cybersecurity is intricately linked to that of the supply


Whitepaper: 5 Tips to Secure Small Business Backdoors in the Enterprise Supply Chain

by SurfWatch LabsJul 19, 2014

Cybersecurity for the enterprise. There is no silver bullet. But as business becomes more connected and as data moves further outside the organizational walls, enterprises need look at weaknesses in the security chain - and a good place to start is in the supply chain.

Small businesses sit on the "front lines" in the round-the-clock cybercrime battle. Think about how many small businesses, suppliers and customers have access to different areas of an enterprise. Each of these touch