Tag: cybersecurity

16
Jun

Security Doesn’t Get a Summer Break, 7 New Things You Should Know

Summer is here and with the warmer temperatures come outdoor parties, long weekends and extended vacations. Unfortunately, the freedom associated with the summer season does not extend to your cybersecurity needs. Here are 7 new cybersecurity trends and potential solutions to watch for this year. Accountability for Device Security has become a focus of the FTC when it was discovered

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5
Apr

Securing Financial Information During Tax Season

Cybersecurity is important year-round, but becomes especially critical in tax season. Throughout this time, business owners are frequently sharing sensitive information with outside professionals and key employees via the internet. Many small organizations do not have the same cybersecurity resources as larger corporations, making them a prime target for hackers. Leading up to tax season, as a small business owner,

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27
Oct

Cyber Liability in Education

Smarter, stealthier, and more subversive and sophisticated than ever. The cyber threat landscape has overwhelmingly grown, not only in the size and type of organizations and information at risk, but in its attack processes and those who carry them out wittingly or unwittingly. As organizations increasingly leverage new technologies like mobile, cloud, and the Internet of Things, understanding the roles

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10
Oct

October is Cyber Security Month

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). This is the perfect time to make sure you are CyberAware and determine if you are doing everything you can to protect your personal information and electronic devices. To find new ways to improve your online security habits check out the questions below and their answers as provided by the Federal Trade

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6
Oct

How IT Departments Can Manage the Security Skills Shortage

A widespread security skills shortage is leaving businesses vulnerable to cyber attacks. As cyber threats become more complex, and thereby more dangerous, IT departments are having an increasingly difficult time finding employees with the skill sets needed to discover vulnerabilities, adequately address them and put a future prevention plan into place. Without qualified security staff, many businesses are unaware of

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