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February 17, 2017
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Imagine your business has no access to electronic information on computers or a network. No file shares, Word documents, email, databases, or Excel spreadsheets. No PDFs. No applications. No access to Windows. How much would your organization be willing to pay to regain access and control over its information and systems? Cyber criminals are counting on this readiness to pay when they unleash ransomware on an organization.  


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August 21, 2016
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A company’s customer information is an asset, although it’s probably not a line item on its balance sheet. It may be sold during the sale of the business, during a merger, or in a bankruptcy proceeding. However, its sale may be limited by the company’s website privacy notice.

A website privacy notice announces to the world how your organization will collect, receive and use information provided by customers. It also may...

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January 16, 2015
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While the FBI claims hackers were behind the Sony Pictures breach, other experts suggest the attack was from a more sinister source: a malicious insider.

Malicious insiders intentionally take confidential institutional data for their own purposes. They can be current and former employees, contractors, business partners, or anyone with access to the organization’s confidential personal or corporate information. So it’s critical for organizations to enter into employment and contractual...

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