How to deal with the cybersecurity weak links at your company

Matthew A. Corwin CISA, CISSP, CDPSE August 14, 2023

Matthew Corwin spoke to the Washington Business Journal about how companies and owners can manage employees who might be weak links in a cybersecurity chain.

Matt mentioned how cyberattacks that prey upon human social norms are called “social engineering attacks” and are often difficult to prevent. He said there is no training program that can entirely prevent these human errors, which is why employers should use technical controls such as malware scanning, malicious website filtering and multi-factor authentication and password-less authentication wherever possible.

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Matthew A. Corwin CISA, CISSP, CDPSE

Managing Director

Matthew A. Corwin has more than 20 years of experience specializing in privacy, regulatory compliance, and cybersecurity with specialized hands-on experience directing the implementation and integration of secure design principles and service engineering initiatives leveraging the latest technologies. He has a successful track record of facilitating technology-business alignment while balancing risk exposure and corporate growth. Mr. Corwin also has extensive expertise in analyzing technical architecture to attain and demonstrate best-in-class industry and regulatory standards compliance in global environments.