Fasoo Talks About NYDFS and Cybersecurity at FinCyberSec 2017

Ron Arden, Executive Vice President and COO of Fasoo, Inc., presented Countdown to Compliance with NYDFS 23 NYCRR 500 during FinCyberSec 2017 at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ on May 31, 2017.  Ron was part of a day long event that focused on technical, regulatory, process and human dimensions of cyber threats faced by financial systems and …

Concerned about Print Security?

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 …

Ron Arden Talks About Cyber Security on Panel at FinCyberSec 2016

Ron Arden, Vice President and COO of Fasoo, Inc., participated in a panel discussion on cyber security priorities in the finance industry at FinCyberSec 2016 at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ on June 1, 2016.  Ron was joined by Alan Brill, Senior Managing Director from Kroll, and Michael Frank, President of Secure Business Strategies.  The panel was moderated …

Healthcare Data Breach – Unauthorized Access for Seven Years

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

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 …

You Can Stop Healthcare Data Breaches

Today, nobody argues that the healthcare industry is a gold mine for the bad guys and theft of protected health information is becoming a regular event. The “Verizon 2015 Protected Health Information Data Breach Report,” indicated that 90 percent of industries in the medical and health care arena have experienced a PHI breach and with all the reports in the …

Protect Against R&D Data Theft

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 …

Paper Printouts and Prevention of Employee Data Theft

Last year, a Montefiore Medical Center employee in New York stole names, addresses, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, next of kin information and health insurance details of more than 12,000 patients and used those identities to purchase clothing and other merchandise from some of New York’s finest department stores. The employee printed thousands of patients’ records every day and …

Stop Confidential Data Theft through Paper Printouts

Massive PHI Breach at Children’s Medical Clinics of East Texas An employee of the Children’s Medical Clinics with a retaliatory agenda to cause damage to the clinic’s reputation, stole and improperly disclosed the confidential data of 16,000 patients. Notification letters were sent to affected people to inform them that an employee took paper records from the facility and sent screenshots …