Five reasons why every organization should conduct regular cybersecurity self-assessments

Cybersecurity self assessment2017 was filled with news about cybersecurity, including phishing scams, ransomware and new attack methods. And as the year turns to 2018, security experts predict even bigger attacks and smarter hacks that will be met with heavy fines slapped on regulated organizations for not preventing or minimizing a breach on their watch.


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About Kathy Killingsworth

Kathy Killingsworth has more than 25 years of consulting and private industry experience, including IT strategy and business process management, software development, systems implementation and quality assurance. Kathy oversees operational policies and procedures for Concerto. She is responsible for maintaining industry best practices and ensuring adherence to all governance, regulatory and compliance protocols and certifications.

A fierce advocate of proper data security and compliance processes, she spends much of her time educating customers, partners and other business leaders on how breaches impact the boardroom and the protections needed in cloud and managed service agreements.

Prior to Concerto, Kathy led the national Microsoft Dynamics AX and NAV practices for Tribridge, where she managed the solutions delivery experience, ensured industry-specific customer needs were met and developed new ways to enhance customer service. Under her leadership, Tribridge was acknowledged with numerous customer excellence awards for innovative ERP implementations.

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