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GamaSec was developed for the detection of website vulnerabilities and data breaches of highly-sensitive military and government entities. Our technologies have passed extensive and rigorous testing in order to comply with levels of security that surpass the standards of most commercially-available scanning solutions.

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Avi Bartov, CEO and Co-founder of GamaSec talks about SMBs need for prevention, response, and recovery plans.


Welcome to our debut podcast dedicated to cybersecurity for small and medium sized businesses (SMBs).

As we are preparing an in-depth webinar series to drive  cybersecurity awareness for the SMB community. We are interviewing experts and companies that are already working with this group of businesses. 

In this podcast we have a conversation with Avi Bartov CEO and Co-founder of GamaSec.

From retail shops (online and brick-and-mortar) to local healthcare providers, from accountancies to law firms, from manufacturing and services providers; even the mom-and-pop shop just around the corner... they all need to be cybersafe. They may have different driving forces and a variety of reasons to be secure, but one thing is for sure, they all need to be. 

Let’s learn about the need to offer a 360º approach that includes prevention, response, and recovery. Let’s learn about the cultural differences SMBs possess in the way they approach cybersecurity issues; especially as it changes in different countries/ companies of all sizes - especially those often left behind because they are perceived to be too small or don't have an information security budget worthy of pursuing - need to start looking at cybersecurity not as a cost, but as an investment.




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What makes a business more susceptible to attack? Neill Feather from SiteLock explains.

Websites run the business - and you want yours to be available for good visitors, but how can you tell the good from the bad? To make matters worse, there are a variety of attacks and compromise to consider: it’s not just malware or a denial of service attack that could make or break the business. In fact, based on recent survey data from SiteLock, two-thirds of customers won’t go back to a company whose website had been breached. Feather also suggests that dealing with an attack against a website is very different - and requires very different tools - than an attack resulting in an endpoint compromise. What makes a business more susceptible to attack you ask? You’ll want to listen to this interview with Neill to find out. He shared his insights on these topics, and more, during his chat with ITSPmagazine's Sean Martin during Black Hat 2017.