The eyes of the world were recently focused on PyeongChang, South Korea for the 2018 Winter Olympics. While we watched athletes curl, skate, ski and slide across the frozen South Korean landscape, we at GRIMM had our own South Korean experience!
Connected Mobility and Infrastructure are taking Detroit by storm; timing is critical for adopting strong security practices at this nascent point in the technology and the industry. With her background in cybersecurity and autonomous vehicles, Jennifer Tisdale is the ideal leader to drive GRIMM’s engagement with automotive industry Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), suppliers, and industry stakeholders to ensure that cybersecurity initiatives are integrated into the future of mobility and smart city infrastructure.
Introduction Have you ever been trying to solve a systemic problem, like users getting infected by malware, and the only advice you get is completely impractical, such as to instruct users to not click on links or open attachments? This seems to be one of the top security recommendations lately, as if the solution was so simple. The good news is that there are some practical solutions out there for nearly every organization.
When I started GRIMM, I had a vision to tackle the greatest cybersecurity challenges that face our clients, industry and the greater business and government communities. Five years later, we have grown into a dynamic and passionate team who strives to make a better, more secure world through the independent research and the services we provide to clients. GRIMM takes deep pride in its dedication to education, innovation and technical problem solving.
GRIMM is excited to be named a finalist in the Best Tech Work Culture category for the DC Timmy Awards. These awards, now in their third year, recognize technology work cultures that actively promote technical creativity, innovation, and learning in the DC area and celebrate the organizations that make innovation possible. Vote for GRIMM here! Sponsored by Tech in Motion, the DC-area business community can vote online through September 8th to help choose who represents the best of DC tech.