All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Dropbox’

Walking out the door with sensitive data – a look at the FDIC breach

Walking out the door with sensitive data – a look at the FDIC breach

Federal agencies have a steep hill to climb when it comes to protecting their networks. They have a very diverse …

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Why one breach begets more breaches – a look at the DropBox “breach”

Why one breach begets more breaches – a look at the DropBox “breach”

As was recently illustrated in the Access Granted, “Seven Myths of Cybersecurity,” infographic series, Americans have a pretty serious issue …

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OPM breach catches government off guard

OPM breach catches government off guard

Your employer’s human resources department is privy to a lot of information about you. They have your social security number, …

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JPMorgan Chase – how a $2 trillion company exposed 76 million households

JPMorgan Chase – how a $2 trillion company exposed 76 million households

When you’re looking to steal money, you don’t rob a person or store that doesn’t have any. It’s counterproductive. You …

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Security Experts Jeff Schmidt and Doug Howard Discuss Mitigating Cyber Threats

Security Experts Jeff Schmidt and Doug Howard Discuss Mitigating Cyber Threats

Enterprises are more focused today than ever before on securing their networks and ensuring that sensitive information about their company …

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Hacking two-factor authentication – an old problem in need of a new solution

Hacking two-factor authentication – an old problem in need of a new solution

I recently had the opportunity to be a panelist on an Access Granted Webinar entitled, “Anatomy of a Breach,” in …

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Anatomy of a breach –  analyzing the impacts of recent, high-profile security incidents

Anatomy of a breach – analyzing the impacts of recent, high-profile security incidents

On July 22, 2015, security experts Jeff Schmidt – the CEO of Authomate – and Doug Howard – the CEO …

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Big Idea 2015 – take THAT North Korea!

Big Idea 2015 – take THAT North Korea!

When I was in high school, one was expected to know two or three key numbers: your locker combination, your …

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