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Rick Gamache

Rick is an accomplished leader and mentor with 14 years of direct information systems security and cyberthreat intelligence experience. He has proven skills in building relationships, gaining consensus, and project buy-in. As the co-founder of a successful cyberthreat intelligence company from start-up to $4 million in annual sales in three years, he has managed all aspects of the fusion, production, and publication of actionable strategic and tactical threat intelligence reports for a network of global security teams.
BerryDunn’s Cybersecurity Playbook for Management: Incident Recovery

All teams experience losing streaks, and all franchise dynasties lose some luster. Nevertheless, the game must go on. What can coaches do? The answer: be prepared, be patient, and be PR savvy. Business managers should keep these three P’s in mind...

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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Internal Audit

Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is no longer the exclusive tool of well-funded government entities and defense contractors, let alone a plot device in science fiction film and literature. Instead, AI is becoming as ubiquitous as the personal...

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BerryDunn’s Cybersecurity Playbook for Management: Incident Response

The world of professional sports is rife with instability and insecurity. Star athletes leave or become injured; coaching staff make bad calls or public statements. The ultimate strength of a sports team is its ability to rebound. The same holds...

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BerryDunn’s Cybersecurity Playbook for Management: The Workflow

Any sports team can pull off a random great play. Only the best sports teams, though, can pull off great plays consistently — and over time. The secret to this lies in the ability of the coaching staff to manage the team on a day-to-day basis,...

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BerryDunn’s Cybersecurity Playbook for Management: Discovery

A professional sports team is an ever-changing entity. To have a general perspective on the team’s fluctuating strengths and weaknesses, a good coach needs to trust and empower their staff to discover the details. Chapter 5 in BerryDunn’s...

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External Capacity: Cybersecurity Playbook for Management #4

Just as sports teams need to bring in outside resources — a new starting pitcher, for example, or a free agent QB — in order to get better and win more games, most organizations need to bring in outside resources to win the cybersecurity game....

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Tapping Your Internal Capacity for Better Results: Cybersecurity Playbook #3

It may be hard to believe some seasons, but every professional sports team currently has the necessary resources — talent, plays, and equipment — to win. The challenge is to identify and leverage them for maximum benefit. And every organization...

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Cybersecurity Playbook: Selecting and Implementing a Maturity Model

It’s one thing for coaching staff to see the need for a new quarterback or pitcher. Selecting and onboarding this talent is a whole new ballgame. Various questions have to be answered before moving forward: How much can we afford? Are they a...

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Cybersecurity Playbook for Management: Maturity Modeling

For professional baseball players who get paid millions to swing a bat, going through a slump is daunting. The mere thought of a slump conjures up frustration, anxiety and humiliation, and in extreme cases, the possibility of job loss.

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