The Cost of a Breach- How to Mitigate by Creating Human Firewalls, with Karen Clark.

It’s no secret that the ongoing circumstances our society face, are highlighting the priority of your company’s cybersecurity. While hearing security warnings and determining steps to take in [...]

#1 Password Defense Against Cybercriminals

In a world where the secret network is vastly and rapidly growing, what is your top password defense against cybercriminals?

Protect Yourself Against Data Breaches

Are you concerned about your online security? If you’re not, you should be.

Marriott Hotel's Database Hacked!

This morning CNBC published a news release revealing that Marriott’s Starwood Hotel's database has been hacked, compromising the information of 500 million guests.

November 30th, 2018 |Categories: Data Breach, Marriott Hotel, Security, Alert, Hacker, Fraud

Avoid Uber's 148 Million Dollar Privacy Mistake

This week's blog we have a special guest writer- John Wood from Egerton McAfee! Keep reading to get John's legal perspective on how you can avoid making the same privacy mistake Uber made.

Why Passwords Are One of the Weakest Links in Your System

We got three of our team member’s together for a discussion on this week’s technology topic. James Harrell, Kyle Kelley, and Cody Muncy gave us their insight and expertise on why employees and [...]

July 24th, 2018 |Categories: Data Breach, Phishing, Employees, Security, Passwords

Recent Data Breaches- Interview with John Wood

“If you have shopped at these 15 stores in the last year, your data might have been stolen,” an article written by Dennis Green, was released in early July, informing people of data breaches with [...]

July 10th, 2018 |Categories: Data Breach, Interview, Data Breaches, GDPR, Security, ftc

Equifax Data Breach: What's the Fallout?

By now everyone knows about the significant breach suffered by Equifax where 143 Million records were compromised. The scary part of this is the fact that a company such as Equifax (a credit [...]

October 30th, 2017 |Categories: Data Breach, Compliance

Cyber Insurance Does Not Pay out for Human Error

Insurers will always work to limit their risk, so it is important for the buyer to be aware of what is in the fine print of any policy. Particularly with the recent WannaCry Ransomware insurers [...]

The Cyber Warfare Cell that Worries the West

Is North Korea behind the WannaCry Ransomware strain that hit a couple of weeks ago? A recent Reuters article points out what is happening in North Korea and it seems more and more signs are point [...]

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