Posts tagged cybersecurity
Understanding the Proposed Changes to the Safeguards Rule and Who it Affects

GLBA (Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act), also known as the Financial Services Modernization Act, might be getting some changes to better protect consumers and provide more certainty for businesses. GLBA outlines the regulations for financial institutions to protect the privacy and security of customer data in their control. Under this are two rules; the Privacy Rule and the Safeguards Rule….

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5 Myths About Outdated Tech in the Workplace & What it’s Costing You

With October as National Cybersecurity Awareness month, it’s a good time to bring to light common areas of business that are overlooked when it comes to technology. Aside from all the security risks come other challenges that businesses face when using outdated technology in the workplace. And when we say outdated technology, we aren’t talking about those computers that are 20+ years old, but any software or hardware that is at least 4 years old.

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How to Prevent Phishing: Training Your Employees with KnowBe4

As cybercrime continues to increase, so do the chances of letting hackers into your workplace systems. And while you may have top of the line security in place, human error is the main cause of cyber security incidents. All it takes is one employee to open a malicious attachment or click on an infected link to become the next victim of a ransomware attack, data breach, or a cyber heist. With the help of KnowBe4, your employees can become experts on what a phishing email looks like and ultimately safeguard your company’s private information from being hacked. 

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What is 2 Factor Sign In? Should I be Using It?

How many times have you heard on the news of another company falling victim to a data breach? It seems like every week or so there is a successful attack on a major company. In fact, more than 4,000 cyberattacks occurred daily in 2016. That number has only continued to rise and does not appear to slow down anytime soon. A study from Cybersecurity Ventures found that in 2019 every 14 seconds a business will undergo a ransomware attack. This should raise your concern for the ever-growing need for cybersecurity.  

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