Cymatic Lets Companies Track Each Employee’s ‘Security Hygiene’

by Cymatic | Aug 13, 2019 | News

In March 2019, a breach exposed private data from more than 100 million Capital One customers across the U.S. and Canada. The breach wasn’t detected by the bank until early July.

“Most security products even today are geared specifically around static-based vulnerabilities — things that are fixed,” says Jason A. Hollander, a cybersecurity technologist for over 20 years. “There’s firewall ports that are open, and that’s what happened during the Capital One breach.”

A lot of a company’s security relies on other individual’s practices, says Hollander. His customers would ask for feedback on how to protect their brand with visitors constantly coming onto their web property and accessing information.