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10 Tips for Protecting Your Company’s Data Against Insider Threats in 2019

Perhaps because of their incredible scope or their shocking prevalence, data breaches are creating a lot of buzz right now. It seems that a new event happens every week, and

A New Year’s Resolution: Security is Broken…Let’s Fix It

As we near the end of 2018, another wave of massive cyber-attacks has exposed personally identifiable information belonging to hundreds of millions of people and will cost the impacted businesses

Why Data Breaches are all About Trust

Let’s start this article off with a tally. How many times today have you had to put trust in someone or something? From trusting that the toothpaste you bought from

C-Suite: GDPR Could Lead to Greater Risk of Breaches

Almost a quarter of UK and German businesses (23%) believe the GDPR may have resulted in a greater risk of data breaches, six months after the legislation was introduced.  The

What Are The Black Friday Security Threats And How Can Organisations Avoid Them?

As Black Friday approaches, what are the security threats and how can organisations and consumers avoid them? Black Friday, and the following Cyber Monday, represent that time of year when

Infamous Russian Hacking Group Used New Trojan in Recent Attacks

A well known Russian state-sponsored cyber-espionage group has used a new Trojan as a secondary payload in recent attacks targeting government entities around the globe, Palo Alto Networks reports.  Also

Third Parties: Fast-Growing Risk To An Organization’s Sensitive Data

The Ponemon Institute surveyed more than 1,000 CISOs and other security and risk professionals across the US and UK to understand the challenges companies face in protecting sensitive and confidential

Black Friday Security Alert As Hackers Spoof Popular Brands

Shoppers need to be extra careful during the holiday season, report warns. Hackers are taking full advantage of the upcoming holiday season to prey on people looking to buy gifts

The Top Security Breaches in History

By Telemessage, Technology has indeed enabled companies of all sizes and nature to rethink and innovate the way they do business. Through the power of the internet, digital platforms, and

OPM Still Failing on Security After 2015 Breach

The US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has still not implemented over a third of the recommendations made by government auditors after a devastating 2015 breach. Some 29 recommendations remain “open” out