Breadcrumb CEO Shares with Clovis Unified School District CART Students

Breadcrumb CEO Shares with Clovis Unified School District CART Students

CART combines rigorous academics with technical, design, process, entrepreneurial, and critical thinking skills. The 75,000 square foot CART facility, designed as a high-performance business atmosphere, is organized around four career clusters. They are Professional Sciences, Engineering, Advanced Communications, and Global Dynamics.

SJVMA Valley Made Summit

SJVMA Valley Made Summit

Breadcrumb Cybersecurity is proud to sponsor this year’s San Joaquin Valley Manufacturing Alliance - Valley Made Summit.

Be sure to stop by our booth and get valuable (and free) information on how to better guard your organization against today’s advanced cyber threats.

Managed Services Provider Partners with Breadcrumb

Managed Services Provider Partners with Breadcrumb

The security risks that technology support companies routinely undertake can be staggering. The implicit trust relationship between a service provider, and their clients, is extraordinarily high.

New York based ENT Practice Selects Breadcrumb

New York based ENT Practice Selects Breadcrumb

New York based Ear Nose and Throat specialty, representing over 40 locations and 200 medical providers, selects Breadcrumb Cybersecurity to perform in-depth security assessment. The engagement will include a medically oriented vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, social engineering, and a wireless security assessment.

Guest Blog: Security of AWS or security in AWS? And there is a difference.

Guest Blog: Security of AWS or security in AWS? And there is a difference.

By: Ruby Nahal, President & Infrastructure Architect
Cloudanize

Every techy will have a dissimilar view of cloud security. Trusting independent audits over individual opinions is important. Most often the individual opinions are formed by individual SaaS and PaaS offerings and not by experience with AWS. While some even today want to avoid anything cloud like the plague, others think they can “wing it” (the migration to AWS) without understanding the repercussions.