Lynx is passionate about helping clients understand and reduce risks they may face, including potential hazards associated with competency gaps. Lynx trusts that a standardized approach improves their clients’ hiring, training, and succession processes as well as enables employees to better understand what capabilities are needed for desired positions and upskill accordingly. Lynx therefore utilizes the NICE Framework, as it is both far reaching and lends itself to competency assessments and careerpathing activities.
Lynx proudly announces our selection as a National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For winner for the fourth consecutive year. This award recognizes companies that excel at employee relations, use innovation to motivate employees, implement creative compensation programs and more. Winners will be recognized at National Winners’ celebration during the upcoming Summit: the week of March 15, 2021!
Friction has existed between IT departments and Security Operations for years. If turf wars and business silos are not the cause, the lack of collaboration and communication will often lead to disharmony between the two. The left hand should know what the right hand is doing and vice versa, but that can only happen if the problems between them are acknowledged and addressed. Check out our recent conversation where Lynx CEO Gina Mahin and Steven Bay, Director of Security Operations and Threat Intelligence at Security On-Demand, discuss how Integrated Risk Management can bring a ceasefire to this friction and turn these teams into partners working toward the common goal of protecting the business.
Covid-19 forced organizations to rethink and restructure overnight. Rapid changes in networks and working practices mean increased attack surfaces and security gaps. As organizations begin to lift restrictions, we wonder - What does the “new normal” look like and how are organizations managing through the changes?
Come and join us to discuss how the Covid-19 pandemic is impacting organization's cybersecurity programs. We have a remarkable panel lined up to share their thoughts and insight.
Covid-19 forced organizations and CISOs to restructure basically overnight. Rapid changes in networks and working practices means increased attack surfaces and security gaps. Now we are moving to the ‘new normal’ as organizations begin to lift restrictions. The pandemic may be easing but don’t expect the increased attacks that it initiated to end any time soon.
We at Lynx acknowledge the pain and heartbreak, the frustration and exhaustion overwhelming some of our staff members, customers, partners and friends. And more broadly, communities of color across America.
We hope you are staying safe during this unusual time. With COVID-19 effecting everyone around the world, we wanted to share some resourceful links that may help you during this time. Below are links from multiple cyber and risk sources in order to help you during this virus lock down.
LYNX Technology Partners is fortunate to work with industry thought-leaders from around the globe. We have learned a great deal from conversations with these leaders – these conversations continue to inform our day-to-day business, and the creation of industry solutions. We thought YOU might like to ‘eavesdrop’ on some of these fascinating conversations.
Just as you’ve begun to update and reevaluate operational structure in support of growing threats of all sorts, along comes….Coronavirus - as if we needed a reminder that the world is full of ‘threats’.
Topics: Integrated Risk Management