BALTIMORE, MD – Cydarm Technologies, a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions, is proud to announce their inclusion in the 2023 Mid-Atlantic Cybersecurity Buyer's Guide. This essential guide is released annually by the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. (CAMI) and is an essential resource for businesses seeking comprehensive cybersecurity products and services.
Cydarm Technologies has announced the appointment of Phil Cole as Technical Account Manager, bringing more than 20 years’ experience in engineering and cybersecurity technical management to their customer success function.
An interview with Cydarm Technologies Co-founder and CEO Vaughan Shanks by host Eliot Hastie on Startup Daily’s ausbiz TV. Topics covered include the Cydarm platform, plans following the recent capital raise, roles we are hiring for, and other commentary on trends in cybersecurity.
“PACE is an important addition to the OCA project portfolio, as it enables faster gathering of context around intrusion alerts, enabling responders to more quickly triage possible incidents and reduce time wasted on repetitive queries across disconnected systems. Cydarm looks forward to integrating PACE, to further our goal of enabling better and faster security operations.” Vaughan Shanks
Cydarm Technologies CEO Vaughan Shanks was recently interviewed by Patrick Gray for the Risky.Biz podcast. Tune in to find out what Cydarm is, who it’s for, how it enables best practice in cybersecurity operations, and why a specialist platform is needed.
In an Australian first, a group of innovative, sovereign cyber companies collaborated to create a successful pilot of a fully online, collective cyber training program for the Australian Defence Force.
A group of cyber companies have come together to to create a successful pilot of a fully online, collective cyber training program for the Australian Defence Force. Australian businesses: Cydarm,Elttam,Penten and Retrospect Labs came together to tailor a solution for Defence on FifthDomain’s cyber training platform.
A group of Australian sovereign cyber companies are claiming an Australia-first collaboration to create a successful pilot of a fully online, collective cyber training program for the Australian Defence Force.
FifthDomain, a Canberra scale-up specialist cyber skills development and management technology company, welcomed Major General Marcus Thompson, Head Information Warfare for the ADF, to its headquarters for the final day of Australia’s first fully online, collective cyber training program.