Colin Mc Hugo

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Colin Mc Hugo
Security Engineer Manager & CEO at Quantum Infinite Solutions Group Ltd.
  • Residence:
    Dublin
  • County:
    Dublin
  • Country:
    Ireland
Cyber Security Incident Response
Management & Architecture of Cyber Security Teams
Solutions & Coaching
  • Cyber Security Incident Response
  • Management & Architecture of Cyber Security Teams
  • Solutions
  • Training & Coaching

Tag: eBook

[eBook] Your First 90 Days as MSSP: 10 Steps to Success
April 28, 2022 / Security
[eBook] Your First 90 Days as MSSP: 10 Steps to Success

Criminals continually progress their techniques and also are ending up being a lot more advanced. Within the previous number of…

[eBook] The Ultimate Security for Management Presentation Template
April 21, 2022 / Security
[eBook] The Ultimate Security for Management Presentation Template

Are you a CISO, CIO, or IT Supervisor? In your duty, you are accountable for violation security– which implies you…

[Ebook] The Guide for Speeding Time to Response for Lean IT Security Teams
[Ebook] The Guide for Speeding Time to Response for Lean IT Security Teams

Most cyber safety right now entails rather more planning, and far much less reacting than prior to now. Safety groups…

New Amazon Kindle Bug Could’ve Let Attackers Hijack Your eBook Reader
August 6, 2021 / Security
New Amazon Kindle Bug Could’ve Let Attackers Hijack Your eBook Reader

Amazon earlier this April addressed a essential vulnerability in its Kindle e-book reader platform that might have been probably exploited…

[eBook] A Guide to Stress-Free Cybersecurity for Lean IT Security Teams
July 22, 2021 / Security
[eBook] A Guide to Stress-Free Cybersecurity for Lean IT Security Teams

At the moment’s cybersecurity panorama is sufficient to make any safety staff involved. The fast evolution and elevated hazard of…

[eBook] Why Autonomous XDR Is Going to Replace NGAV/EDR
April 20, 2021 / Security
[eBook] Why Autonomous XDR Is Going to Replace NGAV/EDR

For many organizations as we speak, endpoint safety is the first safety concern. This isn’t unreasonable – endpoints are typically…

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