Is There a Sure Fire Way to Restrict Access to Employee PII?

I recently wrote an article about protecting confidential data that flows through the HR department.  This is an area that many people forget when thinking about the most sensitive information in an organization. Everyone thinks about the obvious, like maintaining information about current employees.  But there are many other pieces of sensitive data flowing through HR. Resumes and personal information …

Fasoo Was Busy In October Showing Data Security Solutions

The month of October was very busy for Fasoo as we were all over the US talking to people about data-centric security and how it is the best solution to protect your sensitive information from insider threats and external hackers (APTs). We started the month by attending the Rochester Security Summit in Rochester, NY.  This two-day event brought together executives …

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, …

Is Your Favorite Sports Team’s Data Secure?

It is no doubt that 2015 is on record pace for the number of data breaches compared to previous years. However, typically we would assume that these data breaches would happen in such industries as healthcare, finance, retail or the government. We would have never thought that this would enter the area of professional sports teams. Now we know it …

Fasoo Shows How to Protect Data in the HR Department

HR departments have a unique set of security challenges to maintain the confidentiality and integrity of internal staff and external clients.  While maintaining the confidentiality of personally identifiable information (PII), they also develop and share information that needs wide distribution. Managing these somewhat contradictory requirements requires an approach that is flexible enough to protect against insider threats, while enabling secure …

Bigger Problem than Compliance?

The answer? Data Protection! Although compliance has always topped data breach protection, this year, preventing data breaches and protecting intellectual property are all considered more important in driving data protection. However, it is both of these together that makes a data breach protection solution so robust. Meeting and demonstrating compliance is the start to a more secure organization. Last year …