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Welcome to Our Newsletter 

Greetings from ISEC7 and welcome to the latest edition of our monthly newsletter! This month we’ll discuss updates to our ISEC7 MAIL solution, share our resources as well as best practices when it comes to training and policy, and share our upcoming events and most recent blog posts with you.  


ISEC7 MAIL: Now with Support for ISEC7 CLASSIFY

ISEC7 MAIL, formerly known as ISEC7 Mobile Exchange Delegate (MED), is a secure mobile email client allowing classification, encryption and signing enforcement. We previously extended functionality to include our other proprietary solution ISEC7 SPHERE, giving users the added capability of being able to monitor their entire mobile infrastructure and network, and quickly identify and resolve issues—from one web-based, central console. Now, we are excited to announce that ISEC7 MAIL supports our latest solution ISEC7 CLASSIFY. With our data marking and classification tool integrated into ISEC7 MAIL, users can correctly mark and disseminate sensitive documents while using any office application on any device following data sensitivity regulations. As the top priorities of ISEC7 MAIL are security, classification, and authentication, it is an ideal tool for managing classified or sensitive information, organizational or group mailboxes, and supporting executive leadership and their staff.

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Balancing Cybersecurity and Cost with ISEC7

Zero Trust Security

We understand that protecting your data is of the utmost importance, but we also know that available solutions are not one-size-fits-all and can become costly. Thankfully, ISEC7 is at the forefront of cybersecurity and has long worked with organizations to ensure their ecosystems are protected and their security posture is as strong as possible by creating a digital workplace strategy tailored to your organization’s specific needs.


The team at ISEC7 offers an objective view of your cybersecurity needs and can assess your organization’s digital workplace and mobile infrastructure with a focus on security, speed, and efficiency. The findings are presented in a report with recommendations for upgrades, fixes, and steps to increase productivity and mitigate risks. We can help you navigate the options available to you, as well as help you leverage your existing solutions to their fullest capability. Based on our experiences across organizations large and small with unique security demands and stringent requirements, we can confidently match you and your organization with the right solution at the right price point. 


Best Practices: Training and Policy

When it comes to providing employee training, many organizations must weigh the costs vs. benefits. While training undeniably takes time and money, you will find that over time not training your employees will cost your company a lot more. At the end of the day, a business comes down to the individuals that comprise it, and the best investment a company can make is in their employees.


Organizations that invest in their employee development will find that training increases their employees’ capacity to adopt new technologies and methods, as well as their innovation. These skills are invaluable in a competitive global market where technology is ever-changing, and training helps your employees stay current as the technological environment changes to accommodate the current paradigm.   


Training is key to ensuring your employees are not part of the problem when it comes to implementing security internally. They need to know and understand the current processes in place and what is expected of them. Listen to their concerns and needs and try to integrate them into your policies instead of “fighting” against them. This is also a great way to ensure user adoption and enforcement of said policies.
If you have any questions or concerns about employee training and best practices, please feel free to contact us. ISEC7 offers global training, customized and tailored to fit your specific needs and goals. Fortify your security posture by learning from seasoned professionals with strong technical backgrounds and real-life experience in major enterprise mobility solutions. 


Come See Us at AFCEA’s TechNet Cyber 2024

Join us at the Baltimore Convention Center June 25 – 27 for TechNet Cyber 2024 and be a part of the conversation led by U.S. Cyber Command, DISA, the DoD CIO, and numerous industry and academia partners to deliver solutions for this enduring, no-fail mission. At last year’s TechNet Cyber, we launched our newest solution ISEC7 CLASSIFY; this year we will showcase the extended functionality of ISEC7 CLASSIFY. Come see us to learn about what the latest iteration of ISEC7 CLASSIFY has to offer and get insight into what’s coming next for ISEC7.


CMMC Information and ISEC7 CLASSIFY for CUI

In our most recent newsletters, we discussed Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) 2.0, the next iteration of the Department of Defense’s CMMC cybersecurity model, and shared our dedicated CMMC information page where you can learn more about the new requirements and resources available to help you meet them.

Part of the new CMMC 2.0 requirements include Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) marking. While data marking can be complex and difficult to execute, ISEC7 can help organizations protect and properly mark CUI with our newest product ISEC7 CLASSIFY.  ISEC7 CLASSIFY takes the guesswork out of implementing a CUI program by defining the CUI categories and associated controls through our platform, ensuring that your markings follow the most current CUI registry.


Feel free to contact us about the new CMMC requirements, CUI, or ISEC7 CLASSIFY, and we would be happy to answer any questions and provide a demo.

Check out our latest blog posts:   

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The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently published an article highlighting 10 of the most common cybersecurity misconfigurations,  identified by their red and blue teams within the networks of major organizations. In this article, we aim to review each of them, understand how they can affect an organization’s overall security, and most importantly, how to mitigate them. 

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The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently published an article highlighting 10 of the most common cybersecurity misconfigurations.


In our last blog post, ISEC7 Government Services discussed quantum computing and the challenges it poses. This week we will cover post-quantum security in depth.  


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