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What is gained from Cybersecurity and Physical Security Convergence?

It amazes me that I still sometimes hear people talking about cybersecurity (logical security) and physical security as if they’re separate issues to address and manage. Today, in our connected world, that’s not the case at all. Our digital world has produced a convergence of physical and logical security that brings value to how you …

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Tips for Optimizing PCI Compliance

​Sparked by the increase in credit card fraud, PCI DSS compliance went into effect in 2004 to help protect cardholder data. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) applies to all entities that store, process, and/or transmit cardholder data and those entities that can impact this data. The only exception is Telco Companies that only …

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Five must-haves in any disaster recovery plan

In January the United States saw some of the coldest temperatures on record, an earthquake outside of San Francisco, and mudslides in California. Those Mother Nature events probably didn’t affect anyone’s computer up time, but they could have. Cold temps produce ice which can break trees and cause damage to equipment; earthquakes can topple buildings; and mudslides can destroy …

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Can your business pass the data privacy test?

Data Privacy Day is led by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) in the United States. According to NCSA: “Data Privacy Day commemorates the 1981 signing of Convention 108, the first legally binding international treaty dealing with privacy and data protection. Launched in Europe and adopted in North America in 2008, Data Privacy Day brings together businesses …

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Three Practices for Defending Against the Threat from Inside

Cybersecurity Insiders and Crowd Research Partners recently released their “Insider Threat 2018 Report.” The report surveyed 472 cybersecurity professionals about their view and position on the threat posed by “insiders” – the employees and partners that have access to an organization’s business operating systems and data. The report reminds us that protecting against the insider …

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Two-Factor vs. Multi-Factor Authentication: Which One is Right for You?

By now, most organizations serious about security have implemented some form of two-factor or multi-factor authentication. While both have been around for a long time and widely discussed and debated in security circles, they garnered the spotlight in mainstream media several years ago when Hollywood actresses had their iCloud accounts hacked and technology journalist Mat Honan was hacked, …

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Four Tips for Safe and Secure Holiday Shopping – Buyer Be Aware!

Post-Thanksgiving shopping has changed. Black Friday now begins on Thursday (if not sooner) and the Cyber Monday deals may last all week (or longer). But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take care to protect your personal information and your finances, whether shopping with your feet in the stores or with your fingers online. Here are …

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Will the Password Ever Go Away?

We have a love/hate relationship with our passwords. We have to love them because they give us access to practically everything necessary in our home and work life – from banking and email accounts to Netflix and school activity accounts. The hate part comes in when we try to recall what password we created for each account …

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Three Ways to Improve the Security and Reduce the Cost of Password Resets

Using passwords as a primary means of authentication for account logins is not going away soon. Despite the work being done to bring in other authentication mechanisms, passwords are here to stay – at least for the near future. We don’t use passwords because they’re the most secure option today; we use them because they’re …

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What’s on your cyber security checklist?

If you’re using October – National Cyber Security Awareness Month – to take a hard look at your security practices, policies, procedures and systems, we’d like to offer a starting point for a security checklist, examining some of the key considerations from a people, process and technology viewpoint. People: Disgruntled or uninformed employees are one of the …

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