Congratulations to Shelley Wood, Mariner’s VP, Human Resources, Organizational Development & Talent Acquisition on being named the Human Resources Professional of the Year by CPHR New Brunswick / CRHA Nouveau-Brunswick! The Human Resources Professional of the Year...
The technology and approach behind a cyberattack evolve daily, making you and your organization extremely vulnerable. But one thing is certain – weak security has a cost. Cyberattacks will manipulate and disable the critical infrastructure we depend on to live,...
Data Privacy Day is the international holiday to acknowledge the importance of data security for sensitive and personal information. And this year we're recommending you take a few minutes of your day and reflect on how your organization handles sensitive data....
Authentication is one of the pillars of cybersecurity. Nevertheless, weaknesses in its mechanism, or in the process around authentication, are still a common root cause for organizations of all sizes falling prey to online attacks.
Mariner Partners Inc. is pleased to announce Chris Keevill has joined us as a partner, shareholder, and Chief Operating Officer across our businesses, effective January 4, 2022.
The technology and approach behind a cybersecurity attack evolves daily, putting everyone at risk. Equally concerning is the malicious intent behind cyberattacks.
Outside experts can provide important guidance and support but the best ones will help organizations build internal capacity for change management, something that will help an organization succeed on its own over time.
To some people, a change management expert means someone brought into projects to manage communication, training, or resistance throughout the disruption of implementation. That’s not the full picture.
Smart business leaders understand that failing to prepare for a cybersecurity intrusion is preparing to fail – it will be attempted, the only question to answer is this: will you be ready?
We believe that for most businesses, the cloud is inevitable. It’s not a question of “should I convert?” but a question of when.