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What Do Hackers Do with Stolen Data

What Do Hackers Do with Stolen Data

Threat Actors Many individuals may ask, "What would someone want with my data?" or "Who would want my data?" It is important to describe who wants the data because that determines what they are going to do with it. These individuals and organizations...

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The Importance of Employee Security Training

The Importance of Employee Security Training

Impact of Employee Security Training The majority of enterprise cybersecurity incidents can be traced back to a mistake made by an employee. Whether this came in the form of a clicking on a phishing email or lackluster security policies implemented...

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25 High Profile Enterprise Information Security Breaches

25 High Profile Enterprise Information Security Breaches

No Industry seems to be safe from Ransomeware Thus many sectors have implemented required governance and awareness training throughout their organizations. As time moves forward, more industries will implement proactive strategies to minimize the...

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Creating an Incident Response Plan

Creating an Incident Response Plan

Creating an Incident Response Plan Disruptions to business operations occur frequently and vary greatly in terms of scope and scale. Organizations should establish formal policies and procedures in order to minimize the impact of...

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Why Physical Security Is Cybersecurity

Why Physical Security Is Cybersecurity

Physical Security Awareness Physical Security is an important aspect of protecting your organization’s networks, hardware, and data. However, physical security is often overlooked when cybersecurity policies are written, and often times sub-par...

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What Is a Risk Assessment and Why Is It Necessary?

What Is a Risk Assessment and Why Is It Necessary?

What Is A Risk Assessment? A Risk Assessment is a comprehensive and exhaustive examination of an organization’s current security controls and information systems. A senior risk assessor works to identify any existing threats or areas of concern, and...

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What Is Penetration Testing and Why Is It Necessary?

What Is Penetration Testing and Why Is It Necessary?

What Is Penetration Testing? Penetration Testing is when an organization hires professional hackers, also known as “ethical hackers”, to identify vulnerabilities in an organization’s security architecture. Penetration Testing takes an offensive...

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Information Security Tips

Information Security Tips

TOP SECURITY TIPS Creating an effective information security policy is critical to the survival of any organization. We’ve compiled a helpful list of all our best information security tips to help protect businesses against growing cyber threats. Be...

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The Rising Need for Digital Forensics

The Rising Need for Digital Forensics

What is Digital Forensics? According to US-CERT, Digital (Computer) Forensics can be defined “as the discipline that combines elements of law and computer science to collect and analyze data from computer systems, networks, wireless communications,...

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Cyber Security: White House Adopts Zero Trust

Cyber Security: White House Adopts Zero Trust

Federal Government Embraces Zero Trust On January 26th, 2020 the White House adopted a Federal zero trust architecture strategy requiring all federal agencies to adopt zero trust cyber security practices by the end of Fiscal Year 2024.1 With the...

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