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MFA and EDR is a Minimum, Disaster Recovery is Required

   Disaster Recovery Should Be Mandatory Businesses of all sizes are becoming increasingly reliant on technology to drive their operations. However, this growing dependence on technology also opens the door to various cybersecurity threats that can jeopardize an organization’s data and operations. While many businesses understand the importance of cybersecurity measures like Multi-Factor Authentication […]

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The FAA Outage and the “Cyber Resiliency Gong” That Businesses Need to Hear

  Airiam Field CISO and CIO Art Ocain discusses yesterday’s FAA outage in this short clip. In the video, he looks at how the situation illustrates the dangers of technical debt building up, complex legacy systems, poor documentation, improper backup management, and lack of cyber resiliency planning. Danger of Technical Debt In recent years, there

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Patching in VMware

  VMware is Frequent Attack Target Cybercriminals have been targeting VMware and vCenter more than ever, exploiting newly discovered vulnerabilities with ease. Without high availability redundancies in place to facilitate patching, organizations can be particularly exposed to serious cyber risks resulting from their inability to update or secure systems quickly enough. As such companies must

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FTC Compliance: The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Revision

Amended Safeguards Rule from FTC On December 9th, 2021, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) amended the Safeguards Rule, the 1999 Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, to put more meat on the bones of the previous rule. In this revision, the FTC has made the Safeguards Rule prescriptive by providing a list of actions and controls that are required

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