What Is CMMC and How Can You Rapidly Position to Comply?

Posted on by Casey Priester

As organizations start to think about what their organizations will look like post-COVID, including potential permanent work-from-home situations to support the radical shifts in remote work technology adoption, there is yet another question looming: Are you getting ready for CMMC? Will you be ready? CMMC, or Cyber Maturity Model Certification, is a U.S. Dept of […]

Lessons (and Defenses) Learned From the SolarWinds ‘Sunburst/Dark Halo’ Hack)

Posted on by Casey Priester

The widely reported December 2020 hack of the SolarWinds Orion network performance monitoring system employed a sophisticated series of takeover steps that included backdoors, expired domains, the use of Orion itself as a vector, compromised credentials, and malware implants, all to steal data and compromise systems. The attack, referred to as Sunburst, Sunburst Backdoor, and […]

5 Attack Methods Continuing Into 2021 and What You Can Do About Them

Posted on by Dean Lombardo

The 2020 pandemic, which undoubtedly will extend into 2021, has stretched the network. Work at home, once taboo by some stern and stodgy organizations, is now a reality and computing networks have had to become more distributed to support distant employees. Phase 1 of the pandemic was about getting connectivity out; harnessing the internet and […]

IoT Security: A Hardened Kernel Protects Devices from Attacks

Posted on by Mike Shinn

    Gartner predicts there will be over 20 billion connected devices by the year 2020. However, the rapid growth of IoT technology has also created a new security challenge: How do you protect IoT devices without compromising their design and infrastructure? In today’s video, CTO Scott Shinn discusses how Atomicorp’s Secured IoT Kernel addresses […]

Three Trends in Tech. One Common Thread. Linux. That Makes Securing Your Linux Assets More Important Than Ever.

Posted on by Mike Shinn

    Linux is at the center of the top three trends in technology today: cloud, containers and the Internet of Things. The rapid adoption of these technologies also poses a security risk. There are more ways than ever for attackers to find a way in. While Linux is not inherently insecure, it is only […]

Top 5 Atomicorp Blog Posts of 2017 ” Extending Linux Security to the Cloud, Containers, OSSEC and IoT

Posted on by Mike Shinn

2017 brought even more focus on Linux platforms with the continued rise of cloud, containers, OSSEC and IoT adoption. The challenge confronting many IT departments is that the old security models and solutions don’t quite work in these new computing environments. Atomicorp stepped into this gap and introduced several new security solutions to help companies […]

DC Inno Features Atomicorp CEO Michael Shinn

Posted on by Mike Shinn

Recently, DC Inno interviewed CEO Michael Shinn to get his take on running a cybersecurity startup and the industry itself. The article highlights Atomicorp’s growth, like gaining Texas Instruments and Century Link as customers and adding former Mach37 director Rick Gordon to its board of directors. But in the article, Shinn also discussed the challenges […]

Visit Atomicorp at HostingCon or Just Watch Our Rockin Video

Posted on by Mike Shinn

Protecting your business from hackers is harder than ever. We think it’s like a mashup of cats, violent assault, witless super heroes and, of course, motorcycles. So, we made a video about this weird combination. You should visit us at HostingCon to learn about our new stuff or you can always just watch our rockin’ […]

Mike Shinn, CEO Atomicorp, to Speak on Panel at BSides NoVA Conference

Posted on by Mike Shinn

Mike Shinn, CEO of Atomicorp will speak on the Entrepreneurship in Cyber panel at the BSides Northern Virginia Cybersecurity Conference this Saturday evening. Dan Woolley, General Partner at cyber incubator MACH37, will moderate the discussion among Shinn and four other cyber startup founders on the topic of entrepreneurship in the cybersecurity field. The panel is […]

Atomicorp Raises $1 Million in Seed Round Led by Blu Venture Investors

Posted on by Mike Shinn

November 15, 2016 (HERNDON, Va.) ” MACH37 Cyber Accelerator today announced that Atomicorp, Inc., a developer of industry leading solutions for the protection and support of cloud servers and Internet of Things devices, has closed a $1 million seed investment round led by Blu Venture Investors. This funding will enable Atomicorp to continue to execute […]