A critical component to effective cybersecurity is effective physical security of our information security assets. In this episode of the The 7X Files, Matt Barnett sits down with Keith Pachulski in New Orleans to discuss various aspects of physical security and why more companies are starting to request consultants incorporate physical security into their penetration testing engagements.
If you're looking to conduct your first physical security test, or even if you've had them done in the past and want a fresh perspective, we're here to help. As Keith mentions in the video, there aren't many companies that specialize in this type of testing and the benefits to the organization can be extensive. Improving physical security reduces not only the risk to your IT/IS assets, but also your employees, visitors, and vendors. Give us a call today to chat about your next security assessment.
About the Author
Matt Barnett, CISSP, GFCA
Chief Strategist & Cofounder
After years in IT, performing network and system administration, software development, and architecting cloud migrations, Matt began to focus his efforts in cybersecurity. Matt draws on his technical competency and law enforcement background to assist clients, in both proactive and incident response capacities. In addition, Matt has developed an arsenal of applications, strategies, policies, and procedures to assist clients in achieving better cybersecurity.