Redpoint Cybersecurity LLC provides superior information security services to a variety of markets, including law firms, asset managers and family offices, retail and manufacturing firms, and more. Our services are comprehensive and include network vulnerability scanning, penetration testing and system exploitation, security training, and a variety of consulting services ranging from governance and policy creation to vendor security due diligence, to IT and Compliance support.
Each of our engagements begins with a clear articulation and scoping of project goals and ends with a debrief to your management and IT staff, to ensure that our findings and recommendations are actionable and result in the improvement of your overall security and cyber risk management processes.
- The OCIE Lays Out Six Examination Priorities for 2019January 11, 2019
Every year, the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) publishes a report listing their priorities for upcoming examinations. For 2019, they will focus their attention on six categories.
- Cybersecurity for Investment Partnerships, Private Equity and Real Estate Funds - Responding to a Growing ThreatJuly 30, 2018
Investment partnerships, private equity and real estate funds are tempting targets for cybercriminals thanks to their financial assets, sensitive customer information, and access to institutional counterparts. And the threat is growing quickly. Recent studies report that fifty five percent of limited partners in private equity funds expect a serious cyberattack on their firms within the next five years. How can you keep your fund safe? Let’s take a look at the current threats and latest recommendations from the SEC.
- Security Risks with Smart Homes and IOTJune 28, 2018
Every device that is added to the home Wi-Fi network opens up potential risks. Following smart security practices can help protect both property and personal information.
- Large Equifax Cybersecurity Breach Could Affect 143 Million People – Are You One Of Them?September 11, 2017
Last week, Equifax announced a large cybersecurity breach that compromised personal information of up to 143 million Americans. The breach, which occurred between mid-May and July was discovered in late July.