Fasoo Moderates Panel on Cybersecurity and Your Company

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Bill Blake, Senior Vice President and CCO (Chief Customer Officer) of Fasoo, moderated a panel discussion on Cybersecurity on September 13, 2017 at Harter Secrest & Emery LLP in Rochester, NY.  The event entitled Cyber Security & Your Company – What You Need to Know Now featured industry leaders and experts from The Bonadio Group, Fasoo, Lawley, and Harter Secrest …

Rochester NYDFS Pathways to Compliance Event a Big Success

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The first of the NYDFS 23 NYCRR 500 roadshow events in Rochester, NY on May 16, 2017 was a great success as numerous people from local financial services companies participated in a great forum to help organizations understand how to meet the new cybersecurity regulations that went into effect on March 1, 2017. The event was held at Harter Secrest …

Fasoo Was Busy In October Showing Data Security Solutions

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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 …

New Trend: Healthcare Data Breaches

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I don’t know how much more we can continue talking about healthcare data breaches. This is again a multi week of data breaches in the healthcare industry, and again over and over. With Anthem Inc. and then again with Premera Blue Cross, and Advantage Dental, all announced they had data breaches, however nothing about if there data was encrypted. How …

When Will Your Data Breach Happen?

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  IT security is a growing threat for businesses of every industry and no organization can be seen as safe. Hackers are learning new methods to attack web sites and networks. Most of the time employees have easy access to company information and are often unaware of how to detect and prevent these breaches because of a lack of training or …

Mandating Encryption for Organizations

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Connecticut is taking the next step in guaranteeing that customer data is secure. Therefore, if companies want to do business in this state, they will have to make sure that all personal data that is stored and transmitted is encrypted. In addition this soon to be law would require business to enable stronger password protections and control how much personal …

The Debate of Encrypting to Prevent Data Breaches

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All the data breaches in the news these days have caused many to think about encrypting their data to prevent the losses a breach will bring.  With one of the biggest private health care providers in the US falling victim to a massive data breach, we can learn from its experience. Even though credit card information wasn’t exposed, other sensitive …

When Data Breaches Come from Within

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Insider threats still remain to be a higher concern for business not only in the United States, but around the world. Businesses are more than ever expected to maintain or increase their data security and data protection budgets to mitigate the risk of insider threats. When we look at business today, more than 93% of U.S. respondents to a survey …

New Data Breach Security Laws Soon to be in Place?

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This week, Obama addressed the nation with a new data breach notification bill. Although data notification is a major part of this bill, the president also mentioned about file encryption as well. The White House bill provides businesses with safe harbor by exempting them from the individual notice requirements if a risk assessment concludes that “there is no reasonable risk …

Share Your Files Securely with Partners and Customers

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Recent headlines involving unencrypted portable media such as CDs and USBs have hit the news. Most recently in Arizona, two unencrypted computer discs containing names and Social Security numbers were sent to another partner and after a month, the partner still said it had not received the discs. This situation along with many other healthcare industry data breaches proves that …