Ryan Schradin
Ryan Schradin
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A communications expert and journalist with over a decade of experience, Ryan has edited and contributed to multiple popular online trade publications focused on the security, satellite, unified communications and network infrastructure industries. He serves as a contributing writer for the Gov Cyber Hub. In addition to his work with the Hub, he serves as the Executive Editor of the Government Satellite Report and the Insurance Technology Insider (ITI) online publications. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking across the great state of Virginia with his wife, Sarah, and their rescue pup, Brooklyn the Adventure Dog, who is 13lbs of pure furry fury.

FDSIPs – protecting mission-critical networks at the tip of the spear

We’ve grown accustomed to the benefits and capabilities of having a powerful computer in our pockets. We’re increasingly dependent on devices that can interconnect and be controlled remotely. We’ve even begun to take the ability to communicate via text, voice,…

IoT, BYOD and clouds contribute to IT complexity and asset management concerns

While it may seem like decades that we’ve been talking about the security concerns of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), cloud implementations, and now the Internet of Things (IoT), a recent eBook authored by analyst firm, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG),…

The CMMC and continuous monitoring – is it a good idea?

In April of this year, the CMMC advisory board issued an interesting RFP that caught a few off guard and raised a lot of questions among the defense industrial base (DIB). That RFP involved the creation of a continuous monitoring…

CIO of the Illinois State Treasurer’s Office on the importance of executive buy-in to cyber initiatives

When we think about the types of companies and organizations that are often targets of cyberattacks, we tend to think about the companies with something that e-criminals want. These are crimes being perpetrated by criminals, after all. They wouldn’t take…

James Yeager Lays Out the Fed and SLED Threat Landscape in Advance of Fal.con for Public Sector

You would think that – in the midst of a global pandemic that is confirmed to have killed almost 500,000 people worldwide – that the healthcare organizations working to find a cure would be able to conduct their work and…

The impact of the IIoT on the cybersecurity of critical infrastructure

The movement towards connected and cloud-enabled IoT devices has opened the door to many benefits and conveniences. Anyone that has turned up their heat without getting up off of their couch (and out from under a toasty blanket) will certainly…

Cyberthieves exploiting coronavirus fears spark demand for cyberwarriors

Times of crisis and uncertainty can be frightening for everyday citizens, but they’re opportunities for cyber thieves. And the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is certainly no exception. While as many as 60,000 Americans have died from COVID-19, cyber thieves have ramped…

Ransomware Observations from 2019: The Greedy Get Greedier

Global endpoint security provider CrowdStrike recently released its much-anticipated annual Global Threat Report, which details the most significant cybersecurity events and trends of the past year. The report is compiled with details and information from the CrowdStrike Intelligence team, the…

Commercial and industrial equipment – the overlooked government network vulnerability

When we think about or discuss the cyber threats facing government organizations and the United States military, we think about direct attacks on agency network infrastructure, ransomware attacks against schools or local governments, insider threats from malicious actors within the…

New vectors, new techniques – the evolution of DDoS attacks

In 2012, an organized and well-planned DDoS attack managed to take down the websites of some of the world’s largest banks and financial services institutions. When that attack was perpetrated almost a decade ago, the news reports about it called…