If your business handles any sort of data, then cybersecurity is--or should be--a core part of your organizational process. You must know the various risks and potential flaws that could leave your customer data exposed to malicious use, and how to protect your company from threats such as hackers, viruses, and other cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
The nature of information security is that it is ever evolving. As we become more technologically advanced, new challenges present themselves. The key is to never become complacent, and always keep an eye out for advancements that can protect you, your team and your clients.
Regulatory compliance moves at a pace that attempts to keep up with
We understand the budget restraints and "rabbit hole" you can get yourself into regarding compliance and security. How much do I do before the cost outweighs the benefit?
Oftentimes while onsite with our clients we find ourselves discussing the balance between regulations or
The need for penetration testing has become a fact of life in 2016. As businesses grow more reliant on online activities — and often require 100 percent effective network uptime — penetration testing remains the best way to ensure your systems are safe and secure.
However, penetration testing is definitely not a “set it and forget it”
A truism of the modern workplace is that your employees underestimate the risk that their password habits present to your enterprise. Indeed, a study of password habits by CSID in 2012 showed that more than 60 percent of respondents used the same password on multiple sites. Even worse, nearly 45 percent of those respondents said they changed their
Recently, security breaches of major websites, companies and banks seem to be appearing in the headlines more and more frequently, and with increasingly more critical effects. If you're wondering how these events will affect you, you're not alone: in a recent survey, 97 percent of CFOs believe that cyberattacks are their biggest threat.
Email may be a convenient way to communicate with coworkers and clients, but it isn’t inherently secure. As such, there are security holes in email that you should be aware of and address when applicable to data security. Here are a few advanced email hacks that can help reduce the risk and help keep your information safer in or out of the
Law firms stand in a uniquely vulnerable position with respect to security breaches. Because they handle sensitive corporate information, law firms are seen by hackers as a back door to valuable information. The Journal of the American Bar Association reports, “Most major U.S. law firms have been victims of security breaches.”