Threat Intelligence and Energy and Utilities

June 10, 2021 | Theresa Lanowitz
Theresa Lanowitz

Theresa Lanowitz

Theresa Lanowitz is a proven global influencer and speaks on trends and emerging technology poised to help today’s enterprise organizations flourish. Theresa is currently the head of evangelism at AT&T Business - Cybersecurity.

Prior to joining AT&T, Theresa was an industry analyst with boutique analyst firm voke and Gartner. While at Gartner, Theresa spearheaded the application quality ecosystem, championed application security technology, and created the successful Application Development conference.

As a product manager at Borland International Software, Theresa launched the iconic Java integrated development environment, JBuilder. While at Sun Microsystems, Theresa led strategic marketing for the Jini project – a precursor to IoT (Internet of Things).

Theresa’s professional career began with McDonnell Douglas where she was a software developer on the C-17 military transport plane and held a US Department of Defense Top Secret security clearance.

Theresa holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

June 10, 2021 | Theresa Lanowitz

Threat Intelligence and Energy and Utilities

This is the second in a blog series dedicated to the energy and utility industries. Read the first blog in the series here. Introduction It is increasingly common to hear about cyber threats to energy and utility industries. These are malicious acts by adversaries that target our data, intellectual property, or other digital assets. All too often it seems as…

June 3, 2021 | Theresa Lanowitz

Ransomware and Energy and Utilities

This is a blog series focused on providing energy and utility industries with helpful insights and practical, helpful information on cybersecurity. Intro The exponential growth of IoT devices in the energy and utilities industry has greatly increased focus on cybersecurity. Focus on cybersecurity across industries has increased recently, no doubt due to factors like COVID-19 forcing a jump in remote…

February 3, 2021 | Theresa Lanowitz

New 5G consumption trends demand a new approach to security    

This blog was jointly authored with Lakshmi Ananderi Kandadai of Palo Alto Networks. We are in the midst of unprecedented transformation – both business transformation and technical transformation. From a technology perspective, 5G will change where and how we harness compute power and promote unforeseen product and service innovation. Once 5G attains critical mass with a robust ecosystem, it will…

August 24, 2020 | Theresa Lanowitz

2020: the year cybersecurity went from a technology problem to a business issue

In March when businesses enforced a work-from-home policy because of the pandemic, many probably thought the move would last a few weeks or so. Well, here we are, in the heat of the summer or depth of winter, depending on your hemisphere, and some businesses are still working remotely, while others have made the return to the office. Regardless of…

April 30, 2020 | Theresa Lanowitz

AT&T Cybersecurity receives Frost & Sullivan award in Managed Security Services

Recently, we learned the good news from industry analyst firm, Frost & Sullivan, that we received the 2019 Frost Radar Award for Growth, Innovation & Leadership (GIL) in the Global Managed Security Services (MSS) Market. Frost & Sullivan’s global team of analysts and consultants recognized our achievements in innovating and creating new products and solutions that serve ever-evolving customer…

November 11, 2019 | Theresa Lanowitz

AT&T Cybersecurity Insights™ Report: Security at the Speed of 5G

While some enterprises appear to be getting an early jump on the security implications of 5G, many are struggling with the implications to the business and the changing security model.  This is based on a survey AT&T Cybersecurity conducted with 451 Research of 704 cybersecurity professionals in North America, India, Australia and UK in August - September 2019. Participating organizations…