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September 2, 2020Published by

Who would have ever thought that in 2020, we would have had to execute a disaster recovery plan because of a pandemic on an international scale? I am sure most organizations planned for the technology aspect of an outage as well as the ability to meet SLAs and recovery point expectations. But did you plan for the loss of your staff?

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May 17, 2020Published by

It struck me recently that there are interesting parallels for a business trying to deal with all the shots coming out of COVID-19, both early on and over time. They were fast and furious at the beginning; I am sure we all agree. But what does the small business threat landscape look like now?

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May 1, 2020Published by

We can learn a lot from the same protective measures that are working to defeat this insidious coronavirus enemy. The parallels are striking between the social and professional measures that are swiftly becoming business-as-usual, and the security measures that should have been business-as-usual all along. Now may be the perfect time to remind ourselves of a few.

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April 1, 2020Published by

What happens in social distancing situations like the one we are in now, when security assessments such as PCI, HIPAA, risk analysis, and many more require an onsite visit to your in-scope locations? Events such as COVID-19 create a need to become more agile in order to maintain business as usual while shifting the paradigm of working in person.

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March 25, 2020Published by

Today’s news cycle is all about the impact that coronavirus/COVID-19 has been having within the world’s economy and health and welfare of most all individuals. I am sure you are prepared to handle the loss of a server or recover lost data, but what about your staff? Does your business continuity planning include the loss of people as part of your operational resources? If not, it should!

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March 18, 2020Published by

With an immense amount of FUD (fear, uncertainty, doubt) circulating regarding coronavirus/COVID-19, cybercriminals are playing on those emotions and have already begun to alter their attack methods, patterns and content. We have received multiple reports from our customers, along with threat identification in our SOC, of attackers using coronavirus-related messaging in their phishing attempts for email compromise and malware/ransomware infection.

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August 13, 2019Published by

A new exploit known as e-commerce skimming is making the rounds. The PCI SSC recently released a blog warning of the growing threat of digital skimming, followed immediately by a bulletin from Visa warning of the same. There are three important areas to consider that will help protect your website from e-commerce skimming.

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