Category Archives: Enterprise Security

Cybersecurity 2015: A Year in Review

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This year saw a number of remarkable events and benchmarks in cybersecurity. As we close out the year, let’s take a look back at the top five cybersecurity takeaways of 2015. 1) Cybercrime is at its most expensive, and the costs are rising. Other than securing sensitive information, perhaps the most important aspect of cybersecurity is its potential to save…

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How and Why to Protect Your PII

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What is PII? Personally identifiable information, or PII, is a common term in information security and privacy law denoting any information that can be used to identify an individual – alone or in context with other information. PII can be used by hackers and malicious parties to steal or exploit an individual’s identity, and with the high frequency of data…

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Do You Know What a Data Breach Will Cost You?

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The amount of data the modern organization collects and stores continues to rise each year, as do the number of devices used to access that data and easy solutions for sharing it. Unfortunately, businesses are often unprepared to properly secure all of that data, leaving themselves vulnerable to one of the most pernicious threats faced by modern companies today –…

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What Every Security-Conscious Leader Should Know about Apple’s Big Update

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Apple is continuing to cement a legacy of innovation in mobile devices. At the June 2 World Wide Developer’s Conference, major new features and enhancements to existing features were announced, but for the risk-conscious executive, updates to Apple’s iOS mobile operating system present new challenges to organizational security. Vigilant CEOs and CTOs should be aware of the new risks these…

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The Definitive Data-Sharing Vulnerability Questionnaire for CEOs

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The recent resignation of Target’s CEO Gregg Steinhafel has prompted a global discussion on the security of sensitive data. From retail chains to law offices, the conversation has moved from the server room to the boardroom and many are speculating that the infamous Target breach of over 40 million customer credit card numbers could have been prevented by asking some…

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Industry Alert: Law Firms Pressured to Boost Data Security

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In the wake of massive public data breaches like Heartbleed, law firms are moving quickly to address data security and the policies that govern it. The sensitive data stored on servers and in the daily communications of law practices are alluring target for data bandits, who bank on acquiring specialized information for sale or misuse. Law firms that cannot quickly…

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Heartbleed Proves When It Comes to Data Security, Good Enough Is Not Good Enough

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  Heartbleed, a bug in the design of OpenSSL, exposed the private data of millions of users and thousands of businesses. Many businesses use services affected by Heartbleed to transfer sensitive data. Heartbleed proves that when it comes to data security, good enough is not good enough. To be specific, Heartbleed is a security bug in OpenSSL. OpenSSL is a…

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The Most Painful Document Versioning Scenarios

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Collaboration in the digital workplace is the new norm. With many employees often contributing to a single file, version control has been a management pain point for the last two decades. Oddly enough, while the problem has gotten more complex, the solutions have not. Here’s our list of the most common versioning scenarios that cause organizational headaches and network inefficiencies….

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