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HR Tips for Preventing Data Breach by Social Engineering | BrightMove

If your organization or company has not yet been affected by a data breach associated with social engineering, it is only a matter of time. The cost of such a

Identity Theft

iTWire – Business, government must step up in fight against data breaches

The pending introduction of mandatory data breach notification laws in Australia provides an opportunity for the federal government to provide “robust guidance” and signal to business that they can’t afford

IT Compliance

Monitoring Risk and Staying HIPAA Complaint

Effectively monitoring and managing potential risk is a key area for any covered entity or business associate. No organization wants to lapse in staying HIPAA compliant, as the ramifications could

Cloud

CASB can help address gaps in cyber security | CSO Online

Cloud computing provides huge benefits to the enterprise in the next wave of digital evaluation and will add further values as compute costs go further down. There are various benefits

Hardware/Network

What to look for in endpoint detection and response tools and services | CSO Online

Organizations are quickly learning that keeping the bad guys out of an enterprise environment isn’t as simple as deploying firewalls and antivirus. As cybercriminals utilize customized malware and bypass traditional

Software

Spear-Phishing Attacks Increased by 55 Percent in 2015

Symantec recently published its 2016 Internet Security Threat Report, detailing threats captured through its worldwide intelligence sources. It estimates that more than half a billion personal records were lost or

Software

Encryption hiding malware in half of cyber attacks

Cyber attackers are using encryption to hide malicious activity, making it increasingly difficult to find as more organisations turn to encryption to protect data, a study has revealed Malware in

Industry Insights

For Disasters, Cyber Security and More, Millennial Entrepreneurs Seem Best Prepared, Poll Finds

Whether its for disaster recovery, retirement or other business eventualities, Millennial entrepreneurs seem better prepared then their older counterparts, a recent poll finds. Nationwide’s Small Business Indicator — a survey

Industry Insights

How cyber security pros transition to board level decision makers | CSO Online

Like most good planners, Jasper Ossentjuk is beginning to ponder how he’ll transition into retirement – even though it’s more than a dozen years away. “When I’m 60, do I

Identity Theft

New data breach notification standards should be flexible, adaptive, ITAC says | IT Business

As Innovation Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) prepares to release a second version of the country’s new data breach notification standards this fall, the Information Technology Association of Canada