As Director of Marketing, Maria is responsible for the design and implementation of lead marking strategies. This includes managing product marketing of Easy Solutions’ Digital Threat Protection Suite and developing, executing global communication initiatives, and supervising the execution of US and EMEA events.
Maria is passionate about the power of words.
As 2017 comes to a close, people start to take stock of the
past year and what’s in store for the coming one.Not ones
to be left out, we’ve compiled our own list of what we can
expect to see on the cyber threat landscape in 2018. Read more
Easy Solutions’ CEO Ricardo Villadiego was recently invited to join the Forbes Technology Council, a select group of technology executives chosen to serve as thought leaders for the Forbes community. Read more
The e-mail reads, “Click here to download your report.” It appears to be from a credible source, but the link leads to a website created solely for the purpose of information theft. Cybers-cammers strike again using phishing e-mails to trick recipients into clicking on links and typing in their personal information. In most instances the user has no idea they have walked right into a trap. According to findings recently released by Intel Security, 97% of people globally are unable to correctly identify phishing e-mails. Read more
Fortune Magazine penned an article recently, on how banks are putting hacked credit cards on ‘watch lists’, rather than canceling them immediately, thereby helping banks (and therefore their end users), reduce the overall cost of fraud to an organization. As our CEO, Ricardo Villadiego, notes in the article, ‘”Fraud is a numbers game.” Read more
While there are no indicators of card fraud yet, we’ll be monitoring closely for any activity. Easy Solutions’ Bryan Jardine also shares his insights within the piece, noting that “Often the valuation of a card decreases over time. It is more cost-effective for the fraudsters to get them on the market as quickly as possible. This is easy money for them.” For the full article, visit http://www.inforisktoday.co.uk/pf-changs-breach-6-key-developments-a-6961/op-1