Richard Clarke Keynotes at Brazil Cyber Defense Solution Workshops Hosted by Modulo Through Partnership with Good Harbor
ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Modulo, a leading provider of IT governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions, announced today a partnership with Good Harbor, a cyber risk management consulting firm, to deliver Cyber Defense Solutions. As part of this relationship, Richard Clarke is visiting Brazil this week to participate in an extensive agenda of meetings with industry and government executives. Clarke is a leading internationally-recognized expert on Cyber Security and Defense, president of Good Harbor and strategic advisor to Paladin Capital Group.
Mr. Clarke will participate in the 3rd Cyber Security Seminar, organized by the Brazilian Defense Ministry, as Keynote speaker. He will also participate in several workshops with senior executives from Financial, Telecom, Energy and other critical infrastructure companies and with senior representatives of Federal, State and Municipal Government agencies to discuss strategies and solutions for information security and cyber defense.
These workshops and meetings are being hosted by Modulo, a leading provider of IT governance, risk and compliance (GRC) and cyber security solutions. Good Harbor and Modulo have partnered in order to enable an offering that will combine Modulo´s Continuous Monitoring and GRC tool for Cyber Defense with Good Harbor´s depth of expertise in this field in the US and internationally.
This combination will power what the market needs in the increasingly threatening cyber environment in which Government agencies and large companies alike are seeking solutions that will enable them to have real time situational awareness and risk management to respond in a timely manner to threats. Municipal, state and federal command and control requirements in operational, SCADA, IT and physical security management stakeholders will benefit from an automated tool embedded with the knowledge bases that cover the spectrum of threats.
"Richard Clarke's participation sends a strong signal of commitment towards cyber defense and public-private collaboration," said Sergio Thompson-Flores, CEO for Modulo. "This also highlights the opportunity for companies like Modulo to bring together one integrated solution for cyber, operational and physical risk management."
About Good Harbor
Good Harbor is a cyber risk management consulting firm that advises corporate executives and government leaders to assess and develop strategic cybersecurity programs that manage organizational risk in the face of advanced cyber threats.
Modulo is a leading global enterprise provider of comprehensive Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) management solutions. Modulo's award-winning Risk Manager™ provides hundreds of organizations worldwide with the tools they need to automate the entire GRC management process to monitor, manage and sustain adherence to policy and regulations while reducing enterprise risk and complexity. Customers span the financial, health care, retail, telecom, power & gas and government sectors and include BASF, BC Hydro, Commercial Bank of Dubai, Microsoft, New York University Medical Center, Synovus Financial, and Schlumberger. Modulo Risk Manager has earned "Best Buy" and "5-Star" ratings in SC Magazine's 2011 and 2012 risk and policy management group product review and is the winner of the 2011 & 2010 Info Security Products Guide Global Excellence Award, 2010 Network Products Guide Product Innovation Award and 2011 & 2010 SC Magazine Excellence Award Finalist.
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