Newsletters


2019


NOVEMBER

“You can’t build a reputation on what you are going to do.”

– Henry Ford

OCTOBER

“Be afraid … Be very afraid.”

– Ronnie, The Fly (1986)

SEPTEMBER

“There are two reasons why we don’t trust people. First – we don’t know them. Second – we know them.”

-lifehacks.io

AUGUST

“A quarter of people spend over 2 hours a day browsing the web while at work, equating to 10 hours a week and a mind-blowing 40 hours a month.”

-The Gurucul Workplace Behavior Survey

JULY

“The shelf life of financial DNA is forever so this sounds like a sweetheart deal for a company that failed to do its basic job: protect consumer data.”

– Ed Mierzwinski, Federal Consumer Program Director, U.S. Public Interest Research Group on Equifax Settlement

JUNE

“There are many types of insider threats – disgruntled employees, determined saboteurs, good-natured bozos…”

– Jonathan Care, Senior Director, Gartner

MAY

“Only 400 Reports? Is that all?”

– Research Director, Market Research Firm

APRIL

“More cowbell, baby!”

– Chuck Fontana, VP, Corporate & Business Development at Okta

MARCH

“Look at risk as more of a compass than a watch.”

– Steve Katz, Owner, Security Risk Solutions, LLC

FEBRUARY

“It’s a nut worth cracking.”

– VP Analyst, Market Research Firm

JANUARY

“We love paying exorbitant fees for our SIEM!”

Said no one, ever.


2018


NOVEMBER

“We are all fighting the same fraudsters. Nobody has a competitive advantage.”

Jim Hickman, AVP Financial Crimes Operations, USAA @ Money20/20

OCTOBER

“For us, it doesn’t matter what the underlying big data platform is – we work on any big data platform.”

Nilesh Dherange, Gurucul CTO

SEPTEMBER

“You’re the only vendor to come talk to us after the sale.”

SOC Manager, Gurucul Customer

AUGUST

“Best, most detailed demo I’ve ever seen.”

Fran Howarth, Security Practice Leader, Bloor

JULY

“They either have a beef or want the whole cow.”

Saryu Nayyar, Gurucul CEO talks about Insider Threats.

JUNE

“Making the move to Gurucul boiled down to the three T’s: Team, Technology, and Timing.”

Jasen Meece talks about why he left IBM to be President of Business Development at Gurucul.

MAY

“What’s that thing that doesn’t lie? Behavior.”

A recap of our week at NH-ISAC talking with Healthcare executives and updates for the month.

APRIL

“Use me more for customer references!”

A very interesting outcome of our Gurucul Customer Advisory Board Meeting at RSA conference 2018.

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