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Cyber Security Legislation Will Change the Face of Business
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Cyber Security Legislation Will Change the Face of BusinessAs 2017 gets underway, cyber security legislation will strengthen and force businesses to change the way they approach information security.  At the federal level in the United States, the US Congress and President have proposed numerous updates to existing regulations and new regulations to cover all facets of cybersecurity.  These include the Cyber Preparedness Act of 2016, Cybersecurity Systems and Risk Reporting Act and others.

At the state level, legislation was introduced or considered in at least 28 states in 2016. Fifteen of those states enacted legislation, many addressing issues related to security practices and protection of information, and cyber crimes in general, including dealing with rasomware.

Top Four Security Predictions For 2017
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Top Four Cyber Security Predictions For 20172016 has been an epic year for cyber security and data breaches.  From recent hacks at Yahoo and LinkedIn to problems at the FDIC and stolen intellectual property from Glaxo-Smith Kline, this year has been a boon for data breaches large and small.

The past year has shown us that malicious attacks and inadvertent mistakes continue at an alarming rate and the consequences are legal, financial and brand reputation woes.

So how will 2017 fare?  Will we see more of the same or a change in the cyber security landscape?

Here are four security predictions for 2017.

1. Cyber Security Legislation will Change the Face of Business

Cyber Security Takes Center Stage at Stevens Institute Of Technology
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Cyber Security Takes Center Stage at Stevens Institute Of TechnologyFasoo 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, risk officers, CISOs, IT and security professionals from numerous organizations in the greater NY area.  Common feedback from the event was an appreciation for understanding the larger cyber security landscape and how everything from drones to DDOS attacks can affect their companies and personal lives.