JustProtect Blog

Meet the Team Series!

May 7, 2021 12:15:00 PM / by Haley Keitel posted in mission, working remotely, Startups

JustProtect wants to welcome Doug Stasko to the team as the new Vice President of Global Sales! We picked Doug’s brain on why he chose JustProtect as he brings a wealth of knowledge for moving JustProtect to the next level. 

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Meet the Team Series! (Anniversary edition)

Apr 16, 2021 10:30:00 AM / by Haley Keitel posted in working remotely, Tampa, Startups

We are celebrating, Application Security and Compliance Analyst, Bryan Urias' one year anniversary with JustProtect!

 

Who is the real you?

What may seem like a serendipitous entry into cyber security and risk assessment is the reality for Bryan Urias and his journey with JustProtect. Bryan connected with Embarc Collective, who acted as a pipeline for local businesses and his university, Florida Poly. That’s how he met Vikas Bhatia, JustProtect’s Founder and CEO, one year ago.

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Startup CEOs considerations in the post COVID world.

Jul 7, 2020 12:19:37 PM / by Vikas Bhatia posted in CEO, compliance, Strategy, assessments, working remotely, Raising money

 

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Preparing to return to work after COVID-19 Crisis

Jun 12, 2020 2:30:00 PM / by Vikas Bhatia posted in cybersecurity, Strategy, assessments, telework, working remotely, COVID-19

Preparing for Risk

JustProtect is known for our ability to make cybersecurity and vendor risk assessments easier.  But we, just like everyone else, have broader concerns from a risk perspective.  

When COVID-19 arrived on our shores, it forced a large portion of the country's employees to work from home. While the majority of our team already worked remotely, we still needed to advise one of our office locations to work from home. 

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Managing Remote Access Security Risks During the COVID-19 Crisis

Jun 10, 2020 10:37:07 AM / by Jeffery Ratliff posted in cybersecurity, Strategy, assessments, telework, working remotely, COVID-19

Before this pandemic, many employees seldom worked outside of the office environment. Therefore, the main focus of InfoSec and Cyber Security was on the organization’s on-site communication infrastructure. The majority of company policies on this subject were centered around internal conduct and practices. That begs the question of whether or not companies were prepared for this unforeseen transition. Chances are that many businesses were caught off-guard by this recent development, and that is why the Information Technology Laboratory released a special bulletin for March 2020 that addresses Security for Enterprise Telework, Remote Access, and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Solutions. 

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