Thomas Pace shared his thoughts on the challenges surrounding the XIoT visibility problem, and how it relates to the new guidelines released by the Department of Homeland Security.
NetRise is thrilled to be the latest member to join the OT Cyber Coalition, a group of organizations dedicated to improving the cybersecurity of OT environments. Representing the entire OT lifecycle, the OT Cyber Coalition believes that the strongest, most effective approach to securing our nation’s critical infrastructure is one that is open, vendor-neutral, and allows for diverse solutions and information sharing without compromising cybersecurity defenses.
NetRise is excited to announce that we will be attending the Secure Miami conference this May as a Gold Sponsor. Come join us on May 5th for South Miami's premier cybersecurity conference!
NetRise is proud to be recognized as one of Texas's top 101 most innovative cybersecurity companies.
NetRise was recently recognized as one of 22 Austin-based startups to watch in 2022.
In the first ever episode of Matt Stephenson's new podcast, pm73media, Thomas Pace discusses the transition from corporate VP, leading both sales and technical endeavors, to startup founder - and some of the challenges along the way.
In this episode of Dale Peterson's "Unsolicited Response", Thomas Pace joins to talk about how NetRise is taking a different approach to securing and gaining visibility into xIoT devices.
Startup founders say serving in the military taught them how to defend against cyberattacks and how to build teams. These lessons are serving them well as they run their own companies.
How hackers stole millions from companies around the world, and why they're so difficult to stop. Chris Fox speaks to Jen Ellis from cybersecurity firm Rapid7 and to Tom Pace from NetRise about the growth in ransomware attacks in recent years, and why companies often feel they have no choice but to pay large ransoms. And Joe Tidy travels to Russia in an attempt to track down alleged ransomware gang members.
Tom Pace, founder of startup NetRise, discusses SBOMs for ICS and OT on this episode of Claroty’s Aperture Podcast. Pace acknowledges that SBOMs for industrial software and firmware are a rarity, and organizations are buying software without being totally aware of the risks present within their space or those that may occur downstream.
John Oliver discusses ransomware attacks, why they’re on the rise, and what can be done about them. The section with our own Thomas Pace appears around 11:06 in the episode.
On today’s No Name Security Podcast, Matt Stephenson welcomes 3 people doing very cool things in a very cool industry… and… they happen to be to very cool people. Kurtis Minder is the co-founder and CEO at GroupSense, Tom Pace is the co-founder and CEO at NetRise and Scott Scheferman is the Chief Strategist at Eclypsium. They are each legendary incident response types who were at Black Hat for a multitude of reasons. Why were they there…? Stick around and find out!
In this talk Tom Pace will discuss how SBOMs (Software Bill of Materials) can be leveraged to enhance ICS security. The recent executive order and guidance from the NTIA have reignited the SBOM discussion and its importance, especially to critical assets such as ICS devices. Tom will explain what an SBOM is, how they can be generated and consumed as well as the vale of the data once an SBOM has been generated.
On the back of one of the most devastating ransomware attacks on the Colonial Gas Pipeline, co-founder and CEO of NetRise Thomas Pace sat down with 60 Minutes to provide his expertise.
NetRise has developed an automated, cloud-based platform that provides comprehensive insight into the many risks present in a firmware image. These risks and associated artifacts are presented in a clear and concise manner allowing consultants, operators and SOC analysts alike to take appropriate action and begin to address the risks presented by firmware in their environment.