Mr. Maida is a Cybersecurity Engineer with Quanterion Solutions Inc. in Utica, NY. He has over 5 years in the field and has obtained multiple certifications. He has earned his Masters degree in Cybersecurity Operations from Utica College with a concentration in cyber operations. Areas of expertise include work in Risk Management Framework, computer and network security, information assurance, and cloud computing. Other research and development include IDS/IPS, implementation of current cybersecurity best practices, and scripting.
Introduction Malvertising is a malicious form of online advertisement used to inject malware into legitimate online advertising networks and webpages. Advertisements are produced with significant effort to attract users and sell or advertise a product, which makes for a prime…
Background An increasing number of organizations are moving their existing infrastructure to the cloud because of the benefits it affords them. According to RightScale, 72 percent of enterprises have adopted a private cloud model (2017). It is crucial that companies…
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An increasing number of organizations are moving their existing infrastructure to the cloud because of the benefits it affords them. It is crucial that companies have an understanding of the various cloud deployment models, considerations that must be taken into…
The CSIAC Podcast » CS Digest Roundtable #2: Meltdown/Spectre, NIST Framework, GDPR Policy, and Romanian Hackers
In today’s episode the CSIAC takes the most important articles in a past CS Digest and discusses the articles’ importance in the world of technology and cyber security.
In this episode, Nicholas Maida, a Cybersecurity Analyst, describes the importance of understanding malvertising. Malvertising is a malicious form of online advertisement used to inject malware into legitimate online advertising networks and webpages. This podcast reveals the infection process, campaigns, cyber attributions, and preventive measures that everyday users can take to avoid being exploited by malvertising.
The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) introduces a verification mechanism that will ensure the necessary security mechanisms are in place to better protect Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and other sensitive data made available to contractor organizations.
CMMC will soon be incorporated into Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), making it a requirement for DIB contractors that wish to be eligible for contract awards. This podcast provides an overview of CMMC for DoD contractors and subcontractors that are new to this requirement.