Coming to You Live from San Francisco: RSA Conference 2013

By James D. Brown, CTO, StillSecure Today marks the beginning of RSA Conference 2013 in San Francisco! The conference gathers together the best and brightest IT security pros to discuss critical issues and provides an opportunity to interact with and share ideas with their peers. We at StillSecure couldn’t be more excited to be surrounded [...]

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 [...]

CUISPA 2013: Why Credit Unions Are Turning to NAC

By James D. Brown, Chief Technology Officer at StillSecure Yesterday I had the honor of presenting to fellow security professionals at CUISPA 2013, one of the credit union industry’s most highly regarded information security and risk management conferences. The summit gathers together information technologists, regulators, service providers, and, of course, security specialists under one roof [...]

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 [...]

Vote for The Security Samurai in the 2013 SBN Social Security Blogger Awards!

With the NFL playoffs in full swing and the NHL back in action, we’ve been inspired to enter a competition of our own. We’re currently facing off against our fellow security bloggers in the 2013 Security Blogger Network Social Security Blogger Awards. As the Security Bloggers Network (SBN) is the world’s largest collection of information [...]

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 [...]

A Look Back at StillSecure’s Achievements in 2012

2013 is finally here!  We have already hit the ground running in the New Year, but wanted to take the time to recap some of our company’s highlights from 2012. We are grateful for the relationships we have continued to cultivate in 2012 with our valued clients, partners, analysts and media professionals. As you may [...]

Government Security News Honored Safe Access in 4th Annual Homeland Security Awards

Last week, Government Security News named our network access control security solution, Safe Access, as the winner of its “Best Endpoint Security Solution” Award.  This honor was announced at the magazine’s 4th Annual Homeland Security Awards event in Washington, D.C.  Our win means that Safe Access, which delivers a full range of functionality from testing [...]

Security Event Log Management – Detecting attacks by their side-effects in log data

James D. Brown, CTO, StillSecure Log Management can mean everything from consuming logs and placing them into a central location for search and review to performing smart filtering and notifications, to zeroing in on particular areas of interest such as system and application health, configuration auditing, and security event identification and response. It’s this latter [...]

Healthcare-record compliance is a SaaS problem too

Among companies handling patient records, the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act is old news. Going into effect in February 2009, this legislation sought to advance health information technology use standards to eventually make certain functions and safeguards mandatory, increasing the requirements for compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability [...]