January 12, 2018

The Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a lunch panel discussion on cybersecurity on January 12, 2018, in Herndon, Virginia.

Mike Wells, Tangible President and Chief Growth Officer and Joe Rach, Tangible Senior Principle Security Consultant were panel experts that provided insights on what is going on in the market around cyber security and how to best prevent a cyber-attack from happening.

Please check out the full video replay of “Hacked! When will your luck run out?" to gain insights from Mike and Joe’s discussion.
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June 1, 2017

This white paper examines opportunities for the Trump Administration and the U.S. Congress to use Self-Regulatory Organizations (SROs), Public Private Partnerships (PPPs), and private sector capital — to unshackle America’s Drone/ Unmanned Aerial System (“UAS”) sector from destructive over-regulation.

Only through a new SRO model supported by common and secure UAS Traffic Management (UTM) infrastructure can the Drone/UAS sector achieve full economic potential for America.

This paper introduces a novel framework that will provide solutions to these issues and encourage much greater and more timely private sector investment. A Self-Regulatory Organization, or SRO, is recommended to assume from the FAA the vast majority and burden of Drone/UAS Sector regulation and oversight and, most importantly, to accelerate sector collaboration and promulgation of new rules.

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McLean, VA, March 15, 2016, Tangible Security, Inc. announced today that it has appointed Matt Rahman as Senior Vice President and General Manager of Commercial Cyber Solutions. The strategic hire of Mr. Rahman to lead this business practice supports the company’s aggressive focus on growth and operational excellence. And, it adds an experienced industry veteran to its executive team.

Mr. Rahman comes to Tangible Security from IOActive, a global leader in hardware, software, and wetware assessments and security services, where he was the Chief Strategy Officer. While at IOActive, Mr. Rahman fast tracked healthcare medical device testing, worked with a research team to operationalize automotive and transportation security, and brought new services to market including IoT Services. His efforts yielded tremendous global growth under his tenure.

Mr. Rahman said, “The extraordinary people at Tangible Security have been delivering military grade security solutions to both national security and corporate clients for over a decade. I’m thrilled to join them, to help them continue to innovate and scale the Commercial Cyber Solutions business to new heights.”

Dr. Mark Mykityshyn, Tangible Security’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said, “We are excited to have an accomplished professional like Matt join the Tangible executive team. Matt’s reputation as an expert in executing and exceeding growth strategies will contribute significantly to putting Tangible Security on the map in an evolving cyber landscape as well as to enhancing our growth strategy.”

About Tangible Security
Since 1998, we have served the Federal and corporate sectors with both enterprise and software security services.  Our expertise has been manifest in defense and intelligence mission critical infrastructure for many years, withstanding the worst from nation-state attackers. We provide adversary-centric security assessments of our clients’ enterprise infrastructure and/or software products with respect to industry best practices frameworks.  Our engineers and executives help clients fill the gaps found and plan for achieving ever-higher levels of security maturity and resilience.  We also augment client cyber functions with operational services as well as onsite or virtual personnel that possess skill-sets and knowledge many organizations cannot find or afford.  What sets our services apart from those of others? Our personnel do; they have served on classified projects, written industry leading books, presented at cybersecurity conferences, published original research, and participated on expert panels.
Pittsburgh, PA, October 31, 2016 Executives from Tangible Security will be featured at the upcoming 2016 Healthcare Cybersecurity Symposium, part of the Cyburgh, PA Initiative on October 31, 2016. Allen Harper, EVP and Chief Hacker, Michael Baucom, VP of R&D, and Joe Rach, Security Engineer will panel a discussion and demo on "Embedded Systems Exploitation" and Matt Rahman, SVP will moderate a panel discussion "Cybersecurity Impacts on Medical Device Manufacturers."

The 2016 Healthcare Cybersecurity Symposium is hosted by the CERT Division at Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute and the Pittsburgh Technology Council. The purpose of the event is to bring together experts to discuss current challenges in the areas of healthcare cybersecurity and is designed promote the Greater Pittsburgh region as a center of excellence in cybersecurity.

This one-day event, through a series of presentations, panels, a demonstration, and collaborative discussions, will explore challenges and offer some ideas for a way forward. The full agenda and details of the symposium can be found here: http://www.pghtech.org/events/cyburgh,-pa-initiative/2016-cyber-security-healthcare-symposium.aspx .
Washington, DC, November 5, 2015, Dr. Mark Mykityshyn, Executive Chairman of Tangible Security, served as a panelist at the Chertoff Group Security Series on the topic of “Security and Technology Investments: Trends and Outlooks”, held at the historic Willard Hotel. Mark and the other panelists shared their insights on and engaged in meaningful discussions about the cybersecurity industry. This event took place before a prestigious audience of thought leaders, innovators and practitioners representing technology, business, defense, and security communities.

The Chertoff Group Security Series stimulates advances in cybersecurity risk management and awareness by gathering business leaders, risk managers, subject matter experts, and other major cyber figures for thought-provoking keynote and panel discussions. The keynote speaker for this event in the series was General Michael Hayden, who among many other services, served as the Director of the CIA from 2006 to 2009.

Attendees heard practical management guidance, such as the necessity for including cybersecurity as a fundamental dimension within a pervasive risk manangement workflow rather than conducting it as a separate silo apart from the business processes that cybersecurity budgets exist to secure. Panelists such as Mark provided the audience with perspective-altering facts, anecdotes, and prognostications, and even some intriguing historical parallels to the issues facing organizations today.