Ron Arden Shows Institute of Internal Auditors How to Defend Against Cyber Threats

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Ron Arden, Executive Vice President of Fasoo, Inc., spoke to members of the Rochester Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) at the Hilton DoubleTree Hotel in Rochester, NY on December 7, 2016.  Ron delivered a presentation on “Defending Your Intellectual Property Against Cyber and Insider Threats ” to this annual event and showed attendees how to use Fasoo’s enterprise digital rights …

How Fasoo Can Help Meet New York Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulations

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In September 2016, the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) proposed a broad set of cybersecurity regulations for banks, insurers, and other financial institutions that will enhance data security and require a comprehensive cybersecurity program and policies to ensure compliance. The proposed rule is the result of DFS’s focus on cybersecurity over the past several years, in which …

How to Protect IP Mappings from Falling into the Wrong Hands

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In my recent article for IP Watchdog, Taking a Data-Centric Approach to Today’s Security Landscape, I highlighted the importance of organizations taking a data-centric approach to security to safeguard against today’s sophisticated, and even amateur, cybercriminals.  IP Watchdog particularly focuses on the security of all things IP (intellectual property) which brings us to another sector of high valued information—IP mappings. …

Cyber Security Takes Center Stage at Stevens Institute Of Technology

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Fasoo and the New Jersey Technology Council sponsored “Closing the Threat Gap: Executive Perspectives on the Cybersecurity Landscape” at the Stevens Institute Of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey on October 26, 2016.  The event featured cyber security leaders discussing the effects of internal and external threats to businesses.  There was a great turnout with some existing Fasoo customers, executives, attorneys, …

Trust and Betrayal – A Tale of Insider Threats

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You do complete background checks and go through references as part of your hiring processes. You continually and painstakingly train employees on security and data breach topics to make sure they are educated and will know what to do and not to do during the course of daily business. You even conduct daily auditing of system activity and ensure that you …

Data-Centric Approach Starves Data-Hungry Cybercriminals

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In a slideshow recently published in IT Business Edge, breaches within healthcare organizations hit an all-time high in 2015. With healthcare records growing in value, cybercriminals have realized they can get a quick payout by hacking this confidential information and selling it to other malicious actors or groups. Healthcare organizations have become easy targets because they tend to place more …

STOP, Collaborate and Listen: Where Employee Vulnerabilities Put Data at Risk

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Ron Arden, Executive Vice President and COO of Fasoo, Inc., recently drafted a byline for InfoSec Island that highlights the risks employees pose in their most natural environment – the office – through collaboration with their co-workers.  Email, instant messages, file transfers, and digital downloads can all expose vulnerabilities to an organization’s high-value data yet in an office environment these …

Sometimes Employees Are Just As Much of a Risk as Malicious Attackers

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Data from our Ponemon study, “Risky Business: How Company Insiders Put High Value Information at Risk,” was recently cited in Tara Seal’s Infosecurity Magazine article, “US House Recommends ‘Zero-Trust’ Model for Insider Data Access.” The article referenced the statistic that 72 percent of surveyed organizations are not confident in their ability to manage or control employee access to confidential documents …

Concerned about Print Security?

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Information security is a tough business.  As technologies evolve and businesses seek to use technology advancements as a competitive edge to be more productive, more efficient and to provide better service to their customers, the bad guys are also innovating with more ingenious ways to get at valuable digital business information.  Security postures are often re-evaluated to add new layers …