The Cyber Resilience Impact of a Pandemic Outbreak
Everywhere you look there is evidence of the growing concern over the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Things like toilet paper being stockpiled, hand sanitizer and disinfectant being stationed around your workplace, and coworkers getting alarmed when you cough are a few examples.
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Matt Wald, President and CEO of Columbus Collaboratory Makes Ohio Smart 50 List for 2018
The Columbus Collaboratory is innovative and distinct, beginning with its business model, member companies and proven leadership.
Area Analytics Initiative Columbus Collaboratory Gets New Financing
Columbus Collaboratory has secured $14 million in renewed financial support from its founding member companies, helping it continuing its work in performing advanced analytics and improving cybersecurity.
Columbus Collaboratory Raises $14Mn Funds for Innovation in Analytics & Cybersecurity
Columbus Collaboratory recently announced it has secured approximately $14 million in the second round of funding from its founding member companies, namely, American Electric Power, L Brands, Cardinal Health, Nationwide, OhioHealth and Huntington National Bank. The new capital will enable the company to grow its ecosystem of collaborating companies.
Too many companies lack confidence in adopting new technology – here's how to gain it
Do we truly need all the cybersecurity products we buy, or are we making uninformed impulse purchases driven by fear?
Columbus Collaboratory Joins New York Cyber Task Force In Urging Security Collaboration
An information security industry roundtable discussion led by Columbus Collaboratory, featuring a panel of regional business leaders and subject matter experts, concluded that secure collaboration is key to keeping ahead of attackers and advancing cybersecurity goals.
R-CISC and Columbus Collaboratory To Discuss Threat Intelligence Exchange Best Practices at Inaugural International Information Sharing Conference
TruSTAR, a threat intelligence platform built to facilitate information exchange, led a panel discussion at the inaugural International Information Sharing Conference in Washington, D.C. on November 1.
In the Buckeye State, An Innovative Cybersecurity Collaboration Experiment Takes Root
"Thanks to a thriving new experiment in corporate collaboration, the Buckeye State capital is now beginning to turn some heads in...the increasingly challenging area of information security. The Columbus Collaboratory was formed three years ago as a for-profit company aimed at developing advanced analytics and cybersecurity technologies and sharing cybercrime-battling best practices among its seven founding members...The innovative effort could provide a model for how to do cybersecurity better...all that could just put Columbus on the cybersecurity map."
In The Wake of the Global Ransomware Attack, Here's How Collaboration can Strengthen Cybersecurity
Chief Cybersecurity Innovator and Vice President at the Columbus Collaboratory, Jeff Schmidt, shares some actionable tips on how companies can strengthen their cybersecurity profiles through a collaborative approach, to prevent and mitigate costly and damaging ransomware attacks.
Ohio Companies Unite to Share Threat Intelligence
The attackers need to only succeed once; the defenders must succeed constantly. The attackers share weapons and methods continuously; the defenders are often isolated silos of private knowledge that comes only from the attacks against themselves. Threat intelligence sharing between the defenders is a primary method of reducing the attackers' inherent asymmetric advantage. But intelligence sharing is difficult, comprising both human and technology problems. The human element is largely around 'trust' -- with whom can you share potentially sensitive commercial information...these problems have been successfully tackled by seven Fortune 500 companies in Columbus Ohio...The Columbus Collaboratory...is an example to other regions where different companies can come together and share their threat intelligence, safely, securely, compliant with data protection regulations, and with no three-letter agency inhibitions." Read the full piece
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