We’re happy to add a new service to the SafeStack Academy family — one that helps you and your team learn how to spot suspicious emails.
Today, it is my absolute pleasure to announce and welcome you to SafeStack Academy, an online platform providing security education for small businesses.
As New Zealand and the world start to slowly emerge from lockdowns and navigate the complexities of our new operating environment, we would like to ask our technical friends and partners to help us keep small businesses safe and prepped for survival.
<movie narrator voice> In a world where software... rules the... *cough* ... world and where hackers are the biggest threat the world has ever.... no wait One organisation stands alone... Together... with all developers.... and testers... architects.... ... at least 2m apart... ... but most likely online. ...or in animal crossing </movie narrator voice>
After 5 years of teaching over 15k people security awareness in person and online, SafeStack are thrilled to announce SafeStack Academy.
Some thoughts and guidance for protecting your small company from one of the risks we find most challenging to talk about – key person risk. Preparing our companies to work without us for a while.
I’ve been doing security for a long time now, probably more years than I would be happy counting. Despite the number of advances we have seen during that time in terms of technology and process approaches; there remains one factor that has stayed unchanged.
A good friend of mine once said that “a startup without money is just a hobby”.