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  • Fileless Malware Attacks are a Bad Sign for the Security Landscape
    Cybersecurity is supposed to work a certain way. An attacker sends a suspicious-looking file to a user at a company they're targeting. An antivirus software scans the file, finds that it matches a viral signature, and quarantines it. In this case, the day is saved—but what if a viral payload no longer arrives in the form of an executable? Fileless malware is rapidly gaining popularity...
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  • 3 Ways the General Data Protection Regulation Might Have Been a Whole Lot Worse
    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming, and every commentator says that it represents a huge upheaval in the world of information privacy. They say that, but there have been other occasions where the European Union's Information Commissioner Office has put out some regulations that made barely a ripple. Worse, some proposals have been outright ludicrous, and had they...
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  • So you WannaCry or get Petya-rified, or you Wanna-Be-Safe?
    It’s another day and another global cyber attack, which is debilitating companies all over Europe and the US this time by ransomware known as, Petya.  Organizations have come to the conclusion that protecting information is key to keeping customers and maintaining business stability.   However, the way in which information and assets are protected must change because the current mode...
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  • The GDPR Compliance Deadline is Nearly Upon Us—What Does this Mean for Email?
    If you aren’t already in the know, GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation . The EU has had a mixed bag in terms of its efforts to regulate Internet privacy—for example, there’s the time they tried to ban people under 16 years old from using social media—but fortunately, the GDPR doesn’t go quite as far as that. Here are its main tenants:
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  • New Big Data Security Guidelines in the Cloud
    If you're in retail, ecommerce, finance, insurance, or sales (and the list goes on), you're probably using big data —or you're envious of companies that do. Big data is largely what it sounds like—the process of generating reams of data from customers and clients, and crunching those numbers to uncover hidden trends. Big data is growing at 12.8% per year, and 40% of analytics firms h...
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  • How to Achieve Secure Data Sharing with Third Parties
    According to a new survey, 34 percent of companies say that up to half of their employees routinely share data with third party organizations, including vendors, partners, customers, and contractors. This has become a dominant trend in the world of businesses, which race towards outsourcing. Non-core functions such as accounting, payroll, manufacturing, and even IT security have all ...
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  • Filling the Gap In Law Firm Security
    It’s no secret that law firms hold a massive amount of confidential client data. And with the dramatic growth and usage of cloud computing, the need to secure the transmission and sharing of this data is becoming more important than ever.
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  • The WannaCry Ransomware Attack is Cybercrime on the Scale of a Natural Disaster
    Hurricanes, tornadoes, and cyberattacks—it may seem like one of those things is not like the other. But, on Friday May 12th, a new ransomware variant affected 61 health organizations in Britain, halted FedEx deliveries in America, and locked up 200,000 computers worldwide. This is an attack that's truly on scale of a natural disaster, and with patients in Britain being told to avoid ...
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  • 10 Ways To Secure Legal Documents
    All companies have a responsibility to secure client documents, but the legal professional has an extended ethical obligation. Your legal professional has some of your most personal and business information and they must be diligent with security and securing legal documents.  
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  • 10 Ways Your Jewish Federation Can Start Adopting Cyber Security Too
    The Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver is taking information protection seriously by adopting cyber security measures. The federation recently took action to shore up its data protection strategy due to recent rises in extremism in Canada and the United States and the widespread threats to the Jewish community becoming more widespread.
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  • How to Secure Legal Records from Cyber Hackers
    It’s no mystery that companies and individuals are hacked every day and information is compromised. Criminals use this information in many ways and one of them is to profit from it in the global markets violating insider trading laws.
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  • Managing Secure Data Exchange in Autonomous Systems
      Imagine a migratory group of blackbirds, innumerable, that seems to take to the air in one collective breath, or settle, in unison, in a field or on a tree-line. Or a pile of leaves, picked up and thrown into the water, each traveling away on its own current.
  • 6 Predictions for Cyberattacks and Threats in 2017
    As new hacking methods and tools target an increasing amount of vulnerable attack surfaces, industrial and government sectors, once thought safe, are now prime hacking targets.
  • Protecting Your Data With Secure Cloud Access
    > Cisco predicts by 2017, roughly 69% of all workloads will be in the cloud. While even five years ago, most CIOs would be concerned about the idea of putting their data in the cloud, now companies use cloud based tools every day.
  • CyberSec News - January 2017
    Although it is a new calendar year, cyber security threats and information compromise trends are continuing at a fast pace.  The medical field, government sector and online publishing websites are taking the visible hits.
  • Exploring the Unknown: How Cloud Access is like the World Exploration of the 1800s
      “History doesn’t repeat itself,” the great old orator and writer Mark Twain once said, “But it does rhyme.”  Although everything that is happening is always inherently new, some older eras of civilization can tell us a lot about ourselves, and even give us insights into where to go next.
  • How Have Technology Security Budgets Changed?
    The days of no funding or insufficient funding being allocated to technology security budgets, to prevent cyber attacks, information compromise and ransom, are long gone. 
  • Is Your Accounting Data Truly Secure?
    By design, accounting firms are focused on providing detailed information to their clients. But just like other businesses, the distribution of this information must be secure, and delivered to clients safely.
  • 4 Tips for Data Governance Mastery
    Your company probably has data that exists within internal systems (CRM, ERP, etc) as well as external systems that are outside of your control (i.e. weather, social media, etc.). If this disparate data leads you to question the quality of your data, you’re not alone.
  • Insurance Companies: A Hacker’s Paradise
    As more and more insurance companies continue to opt for secure and safe file exchange for their clients’ data, they are at the same time becoming a hacker’s paradise. The reason is simple: insurance companies hold a massive amount of important data, and most hackers are focusing specifically on the file exchange solutions that insurance companies are using.
  • CyberSec News - December 2016
    Government, banking, adult dating and pornography sites are the high profile global cyber attack targets over the last month.  In this month’s edition of CyberSec News, we are going to give you the details you need to know about these incidents.
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  • Securing America - The U.S. Presidential Debate
    Monday night Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sparred in the first of three presidential debates.  Many topics were discussed, but the moderator in particular brought up one topic that is of the utmost importance – Securing America.
  • Yahoo! Largest Cyber Attack of All Time
    Yahoo was the latest victim to cyber crime - it is the largest cyber attack of all time, with 500 million accounts compromised by what appears to be a state-sponsored actor.  Yahoo made the announcement late last week that the event occurred in 2014 and has found no evidence that the malicious actor is still in their network.
  • Trust No One: How to Secure File Uploads from Customers
    For a lot of companies, file upload is one of the main methods for doing business with the public. As an example, let’s say that you’re customer doing business with a health insurance agency, and they’d like some records from you. Unless there’s a problem with your application, you’re not likely to ever communicate with a specific agent.
  • FBI Election Flash Alert: Increase Computer Security
    With less than 55 days until the U.S. Presidential Election, what have you done to shore up your election data and infrastructure security?  
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  • DNC Hack & RNC Denial of Hack Claim
    The Democratic National Committee announced on Wednesday that more documents have been leaked as a result of the DNC hack, prior to their convention. In addition, a Republican House Homeland Security Chairman said the Republican National Committee had been hacked.
  • Best Security Practices for Protecting U.S. Election Data
    You’re a government official that finds yourself reading in the news about various government agencies that have been hacked leading to data being compromised and misused for profit or negative leverage. You begin to question if the online election data you’re responsible for is secure, enough.
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  • Securely Sharing Data with Business Partners and Agencies
    Do you store your financial records at an accounting firm? Do you store blueprints with a patent lawyer? Are you a startup being funded by a venture capitalist? Maybe your company is trying to merge with or acquire another entity. The list goes on and on, but the point we're making is that there are a lot of reasons why your company might be sharing data with other businesses—but are...
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