Fasoo Sponsors Cybersecurity Event at Stevens Institute

Fasoo, in partnership with the National Cyber Security Alliance, New Jersey Technology Council and Stevens Institute of Technology is hosting “Closing the Threat Gap: Executive Perspectives on the Cybersecurity Landscape” featuring Dr. Larry Ponemon, Chairman of the Ponemon Institute, and Mark Lobel, US and Global TICE Cybersecurity Leader at PwC.  The event is at the Babbio Center, Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New …

Healthcare Data Breaches and Flash Drives, Still?

Healthcare data breach due to misplaced flash drives seem to be a rising trend as recently another case was reported on August 7, 2015. Lawrence General Hospital in Massachusetts reported that a flash drive was missing. Even though it had very limited patient information, it did include lab testing information such as patient names, lab testing codes and slide identification …

Airlines and Schools, Data Breaches Are Going from Bad to Worse in 2015!

Will the bad news every stop making the headlines? Evidence now indicates that hackers with connections to China were responsible for the recent data breaches at United Airlines, Office of Personnel Management (OPM), and health insurer Anthem. In addition, on July 31, the University of Connecticut (UConn) announced that their engineering school servers were hit by a cyberattack originating from …

Breaking the 2015 Data Breach Trends

In a recent article regarding the top six data breach trends of 2015, we should expect more breaches in the healthcare industry, legal and regulatory pressure will increase on CEOs and boards, despite headlines involving breaches by hackers and foreign countries disgruntled or negligent employees will be companies’ biggest security threats, hackers increasingly will target data stored in the cloud, …

The Dangers of Smart Printer Devices

Printers are definitely not what they used to be a decade ago. They have evolved and are becoming more involved in organizations’ networks, as well as an increase in multifaceted functions that have made them vulnerable and threaten the stability of the entire network. Hackers and insiders have made their case by causing internal and external data breaches through these …