I Want YOU…

Deborah Kish Cybersecurity, Data breach, Data security, Insider threat, Mobile security, Print security, Privacy

To think about stronger data security and privacy protection! But first, I want you to think about the millions of heroes who have served our country. As we approach the 4th of July, I wanted to take a moment to recognize the heroes in the many branches of the U.S. Military.  From myself, and on behalf of the entire team …

You May Need a “Remote Kill Switch” for Your Documents

Ron Arden Cybersecurity, Data breach, Mobile security Leave a Comment

Between the alleged hacks from the Russian government in the news and the constant barrage of data breach headlines, it is obvious that the loss or theft of confidential data is a top priority for most organizations.  With the proliferation of mobile devices this is becoming even worse. While reports from numerous analysts predict a slow down in growth of …

Healthcare Data Breach – Unauthorized Access for Seven Years

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UnityPoint Health-Allen Hospital has made the news very recently as one of the latest healthcare environments that had a data breach. While on the surface this news appears to be just another healthcare data breach, there is something very different about it; the breach occurred over a span of seven years and was only recently discovered and reported. A “former employee” …

Data-Centric Security in the Boardroom

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With so many high profile data breaches in the public eye recently, cyber security is now front and center in many organizations.  Globally cyber attacks and data leaks are daily threats to organizations, reminding everyone that we are all potential targets. Attorneys are warning about potential individual liability for corporate directors who do not take appropriate responsibility for oversight of …

Is the FBI Request to Unlock an iPhone a Good Idea?

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On February 16, 2016, a US judge ordered Apple to help the FBI search an iPhone belonging to the man responsible for the recent mass shooting in San Bernardino, California.  The shooting, which the FBI has classified as a terrorist attack, is under investigation and the agency is trying to understand details that they are hoping to find on the …

Protect Against R&D Data Theft

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Recently I was in a meeting with a global pharmaceutical client in New Jersey who told me of the importance they place on their highly secure, centrally managed and monitored persistent security platform to protect against data theft and ensure that their valuable R&D information cannot be lost or inadvertently sent to a competitor. As the meeting ended, I was informed of the …

Mobility and Prevention of Employee Data Theft

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Gone are the days when everyone came into the office everyday for work.  Changes in work habits have brought substantial growth in mobility adoption within the workforce and security challenges have followed. Today’s employees increasingly work from outside the office and they use a number of mobile (often personal) devices to complete their daily business tasks.  Gallup’s Work and Education …

10 Tips To Make You A Cyber Smart Holiday Shopper

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As we move into the week of Thanksgiving in the US, some of us start thinking about eating, family and football; not necessarily in that order.  Others start thinking about shopping for the holidays. Next week is Cyber Monday and I think it’s a little easier on the feet and constitution than Black Friday.  I would rather go online and …