How to Protect your Data if a Laptop is Lost or Stolen
Mitch Kelsey
How to Protect your Data if a Laptop is Lost or Stolen

For many organizations, the new year will mean a new budget cycle allowing for additional devices. IT and security teams get to feel like Santa handing out the shiny, new technology. It is easy to get caught up in the excitement. However, this is the time to be thinking about how to keep these devices, and their data, protected from both insider threats and external threats. It’s not fun...

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How to Regain Trust After a Data Breach
Josh Mayfield
How to Regain Trust After a Data Breach

Data breaches come with a hefty price tag – from IT costs to notification expenses, insurance premiums and operational down time, organizations are very often faced with a financial crisis that can take years to overcome. Shaken consumer confidence only amplifies the hurt. When Equifax announced that they had suffered a data breach in 2017 (along with the fact that the personal information of more than 147 million customers...

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‘Tis the Season for Predictions – Part Two
Josh Mayfield
‘Tis the Season for Predictions – Part Two

Just before the Thanksgiving holiday, I posted a few predictions on what 2019 will bring for the security industry. Now that year-end is quickly approaching and with it, more chances to eat, drink and be hacked, I’d like to share what I think we will see more of next year across our ever-expanding threat landscape. 1. More social engineering will make social media increasingly anti-social The hodgepodge of social...

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