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Cyber Threat Hunting: Tricks and Tools You Need

June 23, 2020

A lot of cybersecurity processes are reactive. Indicators of Compromise, for instance, interpret clues that could indicate an attack in process or that data has already been compromised. This and other types of security monitoring are important for a holistic cybersecurity plan, but threat hunting is a different approach. What is Cyber Threat Hunting? Cyber threat hunting is when IT professionals proactively look for weaknesses that could allow a cyber attack into a system or network. They seek [...]

Zero Excuses: There is time for loving others

June 19, 2020

009: There is time for loving others | Derrin Slack Derrin Slack is the founder of ProAct, a nonprofit organization based out of Indianapolis with a focus on empowering today’s youth through service. As the leader, Derrin is vulnerable and transparent about the challenges he faced in his darkest moments and how those moments have led him to where he is today.  This year has been difficult, to say the least, from COVID-19 to civil unrest. In our conversation, he provides insights you ca [...]

Data Integrity: What It Is + Best Practices for Businesses

June 15, 2020

What is Data Integrity? Data integrity, in this environment, refers to the state of your data. Is it clean? Is it corrupt?  To be more clear, our data integrity definition is the accuracy, consistency, and reliability of data stored in databases, data warehouses, data marts, or any of your internal data storage locations, such as a CRM. But what does that really mean? Well, data integrity is all about your data being correct and reliable no matter where it's stored and no matter how long you [...]

Zero Excuses: There is time for renewal

June 4, 2020

Episode Description: 008: There is time for renewal | Heather Haas  This episode features Heather Hass who describes herself as a regular person doing hard things. Heather is the president of ADVISA, a mother, and incredibly involved in the Indianapolis community. Before leading her current company, Heather was a sixth-grade teacher. True to this day, being a teacher is at the core of who she is and how she leads. She’s spent a lot of her career focusing on two things: growing her [...]