All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘PII’

Actually, There is a Simple Solution for Password Reuse

Actually, There is a Simple Solution for Password Reuse

Earlier this month in a blog on Kaspersky Lab’s Threat Post, well-known security writer, Tom Spring, shared his thoughts on …

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How a stolen laptop can cost healthcare companies $3.9M

How a stolen laptop can cost healthcare companies $3.9M

Here’s a scenario for you – an employee takes one of your company laptops from the office. They put it …

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UCF breach shows that colleges and universities need to get serious about security

UCF breach shows that colleges and universities need to get serious about security

When we think about the organizations and enterprises that are prime targets for data thieves and malicious actors, the usual …

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Healthcare Organizations in the Crosshairs of Malicious Actors

Healthcare Organizations in the Crosshairs of Malicious Actors

Over the last year healthcare organizations in the United States – both patient care facilities and insurance companies – have …

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Hacking as a Business Model

Hacking as a Business Model

This week’s news that three men had been charged in the largest ever data breach of a financial institution has …

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The Federal Government’s Cybersecurity Marathon: Credit to Tony Scott for Highlighting Authentication as a Key Strategy

The Federal Government’s Cybersecurity Marathon: Credit to Tony Scott for Highlighting Authentication as a Key Strategy

As the full scale of the Office of Personnel Management came to light this summer, Federal CIO, Tony Scott, took …

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