Digital Edge has just successfully completed its annual AWS Partner Network compliance requirement. Being an AWS Partner provides Digital Edge with numerous resources and benefits that we can pass on to our customers. Also, our CEO has also just announced that Digital Edge will be upgrading our status with AWS over the next year!
Lately, and for good reason, the top thing on people’s minds has been the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Any change from normal operations will inherently be less secure, because often the processes are unfamiliar and have not been ironed out to the extent that a company’s normal operations have been. In a situation like we are facing now, with widespread teleworking, a company’s prime security concern should be the correct implementation of a strong teleworking policy.
“We could have done it on our own working directly with AWS, but it would have taken at least three times longer,” the client estimates. “We also would have likely made mistakes that would have extended the go-live timeline even further—that’s one of the key reasons for working with cloud experts like the team from Digital Edge.”
The importance of risk training.
Keith Barry explains the importance of being a risk driven IT organization and breaks down the 7 steps of how to successfully become one. Based off of the full article online: https://knowledge.digitaledge.net/compliance/risk-driven-information-technology-organization/
“Don’t Forget About Negligence – It Hasn’t Forgotten you”
“So if we get in compliance with these requirements, we’re safe, right?”
The answer is no. Not really.
We took some of our clients out for a nice day of shooting! Note: Digital Edge does not condone gun violence and was participating in a shooting range.
How do you advise clients to navigate all these new cybersecurity laws that vary by jurisdiction?
in my personal opinion, potentially unconstitutional.