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      Who’s making waves with multi-party data breaches?

      This article is dedicated to the "who" in “who is creating multi-party data breaches?” You could argue that we should have started here since every one of these ...

      How ripple multi-party breaches propagate?

      Where do ripple events stem from? This question may well be top of mind now more than ever, as these types of events become commonplace. That is why we made it a ...
      RiskRecon Security Incident Alert

      2022 Yields Tighter Log4j Compliance Standards: How to Stay Ahead

      On January 4, 2022, the

      Ransomware is Being Detonated Seven Days a Week

      Based on analysis of over 600 publicly reported ransomware events, RiskRecon has discovered that criminals are detonating ransomware at targeted organizations seven ...
      RiskRecon Security Incident Alert

      GoDaddy Announces Security Incident: How to Know if You Are Impacted

      On November 22, 2021, the popular web hosting provider GoDaddy

      What caused the surge in ripple events?

      Having taken a few different readings about the size and scope of these digital ...

      Mikela McGettigan – The First Sales Exec You Want on Your Team

      Mikela was RiskRecon’s first sales executive, joining when we had just a few founding customers. In doing so, she put her own commission-based income on the line. ...

      How big are the waves from multi-party data breaches?

      How big are the waves from Ripple events? This question ...

      Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) and How RiskRecon Can Help

      What is DORA? In September 2020, the European Commission published a

      Light Through the IRIS Tsunami

      In almost every way imaginable, we live in a hyperconnected world. This connectivity has brought many benefits to modern business models, but it has also introduced ...