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What Your Business Can Learn from the Door Dash Data Breach

Door Dash recently made headlines for a massive data breach that exposed the personal data of over over 4.9 million customers, delivery workers and merchants. That is close to 5 million people whose personal data is now in the hands of hackers. The breach was reported to have occurred on May 4, 2019 – however,…

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10 Cybersecurity Myths you Should Not Fall For

Small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) are too small to be targeted by hackers Hackers use small businesses to get to the big businesses. If a hacker uses a cyber attack on your business as a  stepping-stone to a larger attack, your partners are going to come after you big time. Small businesses are easy to…

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Why Cybersecurity is a Business Problem

The economic impact of cyber attacks is greater than it ever was. Your data is valuable incentive for hackers to exploit whatever weaknesses they can find and use that data for all kinds of nefarious gain.  Thanks to the dark web, the information businesses collect, process, and exchange can be monetized more easily than ever…

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4 Cybersecurity Predictions to Prepare For

If business leaders have learned anything about cybersecurity, it is that you can’t just set it and forget it. The ever-changing cybersecurity landscape makes staying ahead of hackers an ongoing task. We continually look to cybersecurity experts, government officials, and leaders from both the security and research communities for guidance on how we can be better…

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What SMBs Need to Know About Cybersecurity

SMBs mistakenly believe they are too small to be targeted by hackers and ransomware. In fact, SMBs fall into hackers’ cybersecurity sweet spot — they have valuable digital assets, but tend to have less cybersecurity in place than a larger enterprise. Cybercriminals know that SMBs are an easy target with a potentially large and damaging…

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5 Cybersecurity Principles for Business Leaders

Today’s business leaders have a lot on their plates. Cybersecurity can sometimes be just a side-dish when it comes to running a business. Which is why they leave it to the experts to handle the nuts and bolts of a robust cybersecurity program. Nonetheless, when a breach happens, it is the C-level executive that will…

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Dangerous Mobile-phone Malware on the Rise

According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, Malicious software programs are gaining popularity around the world as hackers look for new and lucrative ways to attack the financial-services industry. Cyber criminals use the malware to steal banking credentials from unsuspecting consumers when they log on to their bank accounts via their mobile phones. The…

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Why you need email encryption

Email is a perfect target for hackers — analysts estimate that more than 108 billion emails are sent and received each day. For businesses, email is still by far the most prolific form of communication and email by default is not secure. In fact, these days it’s about as secure as sending a postcard in…

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SEC issues additional guidance on cyber security risk management

The SEC’s Division of Investment Management — which regulates investment companies and investment advisers — has recently issued additional cybersecurity guidance in the form of a Guidance Update based on its 2014 security sweep examinations. Though the alert is fairly broad and high-level, it provides more detail on what reasonable security measures are and it expressly…

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Threat Intelligence: Why You Need It

It is no big secret that traditional security controls aren’t completely effective against hackers. The “usual” methods of dealing with threats are no longer enough. Firewalls, network intrusion prevention systems, and network gateways can no longer reliably stop attacks, which have become more dynamic, malicious and increasingly complex. All of this is exacerbated by the proliferation of…

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