GDPR

GDPR Violations – Can you afford 4% of global revenue?

No matter what size organization, a fine of 4% of your total revenue or €20 million, whichever is higher, will hurt. That’s the headline-grabbing stick being used by regulators to ‘encourage’ European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) …

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Security

Cyber Resilience News February 27, 2018

Catch up on the past week's cybersecurity news.  Security and compliance were hot topics this week.  A malware attack hit government computers in Pennsylvania, Snapchat disclosed a phishing attack that exposed more than 55,000 users, while…

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Security

Email Security Dos and Don’ts for Employees

What employees should and should not do to avoid targeted email attacks Even the best cloud-based email security solution can’t catch every malicious email missive. Here’s a list of do’s and don’ts for employees to augment your email security and im…

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Security

Healthcare Data Breaches due to Email Attacks Continue to Increase

By the Numbers – Breaking Down the HHS Breach Database Although the calendar has turned from 2017 to 2018, the headlines for data breaches as the result of email attacks aren’t all that different from last year. In early January we learned of a sign…

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Security

Cyber Resilience News February 20, 2018

Catch up on the past week's cybersecurity news.  Petya/NotPetya made its way back into the news this week with a number of countries placing blame on Russia and GDPR continues to make headlines as we near the deadline with organizations scrambl…

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GDPR

What You Need to Know about GDPR

Breaking Down GDPR: What it means for your business GDPR, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, goes into full effect in May 2018. Yet many organizations aren’t ready to comply – or even thinking they need to comply. We gathered t…

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Security

Ready, Set, Comply. Are Australian Companies Ready for the Notifiable Data Breach Scheme?

NDB kicks off next week and more than half of organizations say they’re not ready. With just days to go until Australia’s Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme takes effect, new research suggests that nearly half of Australian companies haven’t yet …

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Security

Cyber Resilience News February 13, 2018

Catch up on the past week’s cybersecurity news GDPR continues to dominate headlines this week as data protection officers brace for the upcoming regulations, the UK braces for what might be an imminent high-impact cyber-attack, and the 2018 Winter O…

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GDPR

Your Trusted Partner for GDPR Compliance

Making a commitment to GDPR Compliance so your organization can too. Trust is an often-overused word. “Trust me” is easy to say, but much harder to demonstrate. This is especially true when it comes to storing and safeguarding data, particularly sen…

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Security

What is Cyber Resilience and Why Should I Care? Part 1

Get started on your road to a cyber resilience strategy with Threat Protection and Adaptability. I’ll be the first to admit it - there’s a lot of acronyms, buzzwords, and catchphrases in the cybersecurity industry today and it can be difficult to un…

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Security

Cyber Resilience News February 5, 2018

Need to catch up on the past week’s cybersecurity news? This week’s cyber resilience headlines included topics ranging from the automatic translation of email, to talk of the cyberrisk landscape of 2018, to Australia’s NDB scheme. Check out the late…

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