Tag: Data Breach

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What’s Behind the Huge Rise in Healthcare Data Breaches?

by Kevin Lancaster

A major increase in healthcare data breaches in 2020 can be traced to one common factor - and we can help defend against it.

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Data Loss Prevention is a Must to Avoid Rising Breach Penalties

by Kevin Lancaster

Rising breach fines means that data loss prevention measures aren't just important to save your data - they also save your bottom line. include these 3 effective data loss prevention tools in your plan.

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The Biggest Data Breaches of 2019 – 3 Lessons to Learn

by Kevin Lancaster

Learn 3 valuable lessons from the biggest data breaches of 2019, and how you can stay off that list in 2020.

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Is Your Staff Moonlighting on the Dark Web?

by Kevin Lancaster

Malicious insiders are a bigger security threat than anonymous hackers. Your staff could be selling you out by selling access to sensitive systems and more on the Dark Web. Here's how to stop it.

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Is Your Biggest Threat Already Inside Your Building? Our Top Tips for Combating Insider Threats

by Kevin Lancaster

While the evil hacker causing all of the problems is a popular cybersecurity villain, it isn't the whole story. Insider threats are an even bigger problem, and facing them head on with smart solutions is the best cure.

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GoDaddy Breach Highlights the Importance of Credential Security

by Kevin Lancaster

The newest breach at security-challenged GoDaddy is a reminder that credential security doesn't just affect your business - it impacts your partners and clients too. Strengthen your business relationships by showing that you take it seriously in a few simple but significant ways.

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Stolen Account Info Zooms to Dark Web for 500K+ Zoom Users

by Kevin Lancaster

Zoom meetings have become the way we do business right now, but they aren't as safe as you might think. A batch of stolen credentials recently discovered on the Dark Web plus unexpected vulnerabilities means that every company needs to be alert to the dangers of virtual meetings.

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Passly Packs 7 Essential Features to Secure a Remote Workforce

by Kevin Lancaster

Today's worker can stay connected to the systems and data that they need to work efficiently anytime from anywhere. Remote work isn't just convenient for companies - it's also convenient for cybercriminals. Take a look at 7 features of Passly that can quickly mitigate that threat.

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FBI Warns Against COVID-19 Business Fund Transfer Phishing Scams

by Kevin Lancaster

A new FBI warning outlines a special kind of phishing scam targeting c-suite and accounts payable staff - proving that phishing training is necessary at every level.

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Malware-Laden COVID-19 Emails Exploit MS Office Vulnerability

by Kevin Lancaster

The Secret Service warns that clever new phishing attacks simulating official emails, files, and links are being perpetrated by cybercriminals looking to take advantage of the anxiety created by COVID-19 and exploit an old MS Office vulnerability.

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