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Technology companies stand up to cyberwarfare

By Rob Goodman | May 1, 2018

While most of the cybersecurity headlines talk about personal security, we can’t forget that governments continue to play a dangerous game of cyberwarfare. However, many leading technology companies aren’t standing by and letting their technology be used by rogue governments for cyberwarfare activities. Microsoft and Facebook, among many others, recently announced that they would not…

Facebook has a rough week, and Ransomware attacks on local governments highlight cybersecurity news

By Rob Goodman | April 13, 2018

If you ever thought that being a billionaire tech mogul was fun, then consider the week that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had. Testifying before Congress can be overwhelming, but Zuckerberg had to update multiple committees in Congress about the Cambridge Analytica fiasco and what Facebook is doing to protect personal customer data. Here’s a roundup…

Data breaches for Under Armor and Apple’s Siri highlight cybersecurity news

By Rob Goodman | March 30, 2018

Data breaches with Under Armor and Apple’s Siri underscore the continuing problems with cybersecurity. The State of California has just released California Cybersecurity Maturity Metrics, and the new Federal budget includes an unprecedented $15 billion for cybersecurity. Here’s a roundup of cybersecurity news from the Cyber Oregon website.

Oregon is the new hot spot for cybersecurity

By Rob Goodman | March 15, 2018

As the market for cybersecurity experts continues to grow, Oregon is fast becoming a cybersecurity hub. And what’s with millennials and their lack of interest in passwords? It’s a growing problem. Here’s a roundup of cybersecurity news from the Cyber Oregon website.

Cyber Oregon highlights top cybersecurity news

By Rob Goodman | February 27, 2018

Cybersecurity continues to be a major issue for companies, individuals and governments. In the most recent cybersecurity news roundup on the Cyber Oregon website, we highlight crypto-mining, malware and global cyber threats.

Who says brand building can’t be fun?

By Rob Goodman | February 23, 2018

We’re having some fun today with the roll-out of a new logo that we designed for PKI Solutions Inc. For those cybersecurity and cryptography experts out there … how many cryptographic references can you find in the design? You can enter our client’s logo contest for a chance to win a $31 Starbucks eGift card if…

Where have all of the "customer first" heroes gone?

By Megan McKenzie | April 13, 2017

Years ago, I worked on the in-house communications/public relations team for Nordstrom at their Seattle headquarters. One of the things that Nordstrom was known for at the time was their truly legendary customer service. Those were the days of stories like, “Nordstrom loves its customers so much that they will accept any returns, no questions…

Does hacking impact your company’s brand? You bet.

By Rob Goodman | March 13, 2017

If it’s on the internet, it’s real, right? When Sony Music tweeted that Britney Spears had died, the rumor spread like wildfire. Hacker group OurMine recently hacked and then mocked NetFlix by saying, on NetFlix’s Twiter account, “Hey, it’s OurMine, Don’t worry we are just testing your security…” As noted in The Atlantic, even more…

McKenzie Worldwide Joins PDX Cyber Camp Sponsor List

By Megan McKenzie | February 20, 2017

McKenzie Worldwide is proud to be a sponsor again of this year’s PDX Cyber Camp which is focused on providing motivated high school students with a hands-on, introductory experience to cybersecurity principles, including hands-on implementation of cybersecurity policies and practices in Windows and Ubuntu operating systems. We’re also particularly excited about the camp’s “Girls Only”…

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