Our phones have been ringing off the hook the past few weeks (which is a good thing!) and we anticipate that this will continue as customers, prospects and partners work to get their arms around the new U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Omnibus Rule that [...]

Decoding the PCI DSS Cloud Computing Guidelines Information Supplement

By: James D. Brown, CTO at StillSecure As you may have heard, the PCI Security Standards Council recently released its PCI DSS Cloud Computing Guidelines Information Supplement. The supplement is intended to serve as a guide for businesses looking to choose solutions and third-party cloud providers that will help them secure their customer payment data [...]

Introducing Our Newest Partner: HealthGuard

We are excited to announce our new partnerships with HealthGuard, a health security and risk management services company. We are providing them with a full suite of Managed Security Services for their customers and partners, including HIPAA Essential, PCI Complete, managed firewall, intrusion detection and prevention, log management, and web application firewall (WAF). Additionally, HealthGuard [...]

StillSecure Named Finalist in Five Categories of Info Security Products Guide’s Global Excellence Awards

Awards season may be taking over Hollywood, but we’re convinced that some of its energy has made its way down to our Colorado headquarters. We recently learned that StillSecure is a finalist in five categories of Info Security Products Guide’s Global Excellence Awards! Our managed security offering Cloud NSA was shortlisted in the Cloud Security [...]

2013 Predictions from Rajat Bhargava, Chairman, President and CEO of StillSecure

We at StillSecure believe that 2013 will finally be the year that organizations demand security be included cloud offerings — en masse.  We also think the recent shift to cloud-usage based models will continue so much so that enterprise class product suites will fall out of favor. This is a direct result of customer demand [...]

It’s All About Data Security

StillSecure Security Expert Jack Callaghan to present at this year’s ISACA Conference StillSecure’s resident security expert Jack Callaghan has been invited again this year as a presenter at ISACA’s North America Information Security and Risk Management (ISR M) and IT Governance Risk and Compliance Conference (IT GR C) taking place November 14-16 in Las Vegas.  [...]

Got a HIPAA headache?

By James D. Brown, CTO, StillSecure If you deal with Electronic Protected Health Information (EPHI), you’re only too aware of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, and its more recent cousin, Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH), enacted in 2009. You’re probably also aware that together, both of [...]

New Gartner findings for PCI Compliance and the StillSecure PCI Calculator

Gartner recently released their Retail Security & Compliance Survey 2011 that details the costs associated with becoming PCI compliant. Excluding the cost of assessors – these costs are estimated at $1.7 million over the survey period, 2.35 years. Level 1s  spent approximately $2.1 million on PCI compliance and Level 2-4s approximately $1.1 million. In the [...]

StillSecure delivers File Integrity Monitoring Services

File Integrity Monitoring Helps Companies Identify and Remediate Imminent Security Breaches Superior, CO – June 21, 2011 – StillSecure®, a managed network security solutions and certified compliance company, today introduced the StillSecure File Integrity Monitoring Service for organizations seeking to ensure that their systems have not been compromised and those currently struggling with regulatory compliance [...]

The Xilcter/Zeus Trojan, by Cesar Salas, SOC Analyst

Let’s take a look at the last 7 days of suspicious activity in which we find the Xilcter/Zeus Trojan running wild with an average of 864 unique events per customer. This is an average of over 120 per day. It’s becoming more and more evident that propagation of this Trojan has grown significantly. It seems [...]