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.

Coronavirus cyber considerations – six key factors for securing a remote workforce

With more than 4,000 reported cases, and many more anticipated by health and infectious disease experts, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has many Americans changing their behavior, stocking up on necessities and quarantining themselves in their homes for fear of contracting the…

Three key DDoS findings from the NETSCOUT Threat Intelligence Report

While the seemingly increasing rash of ransomware attacks impacting government organizations and entities has dominated much of the news cycle, there is another threat that is less trendy but equally harmful to government organizations. That threat is the Distributed Denial…

The role and impact of SMBs in DoD cybersecurity

Last month, the GovCyberHub sat down with Parham Eftekhari, the Executive Director of the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT), to talk about the key trends and topics of discussion at the organization’s 2019 Fall Briefing. During that discussion, Mr.…

Six cybersecurity trends to watch in 2020

Earlier this month, global endpoint security provider, CrowdStrike, released their Services Cyber Front Line Report. This year’s version of the report looks at key cybersecurity trends and themes that the company observed while responding to and remediating the global threats…

The role and impact of SMBs in DoD cybersecurity

Last month, the GovCyberHub sat down with Parham Eftekhari, the Executive Director of the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT), to talk about the key trends and topics of discussion at the organization’s 2019 Fall Briefing. During that discussion, Mr.…

Why schools are getting an “F” in cybersecurity

Right before the holiday season, California’s Tulare Joint Union High School District received a very unwelcome gift – a cyberattack. The attack, which was coined, “very bad and complicated,” by the district’s assistant superintendent, Lucy VanScyoc, in an emailed statement…

Breakout Time and the 1-10-60 rule – the key to saving $4 million

Practically every cybersecurity and IT professional recognizes that it’s not a matter of “if” their organization will be the victim of a cyberattack or breach, it’s “when.” And that’s not surprising considering there were almost 4,000 reported data breaches in…

Why leadership is essential for government cybersecurity – a Q&A with ICIT

The federal government is facing a confluence of factors that make defending their networks increasingly difficult at a time when the number and sophistication of the malicious actors attacking them is only increasing. That’s what we heard when we recently…

Mid-Year OverWatch Report finds ransomware and phishing on the rise in 2019

In a trend that many that have been watching the news may not find a surprise, in the first half of 2019, ransomware attacks and phishing attempts are continuing the rise in popularity that they enjoyed in 2018. Much of…

Practice makes perfect – honing incident response skills

Practice makes perfect. It’s a cliché for a reason, because it’s very true. The more you work at a particular skill or task, the better and more proficient that you become at it. Unfortunately for the cyberwarriors that are tasked…