Cybersecurity

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Why SMEs Need to Be Prepared for Ransomware Attacks

Preparing for Ransomware Attacks It seems like ransomware attacks have been continually in the news for the last several years. While we may be inundated with media reports of ransomware attacks targeting critical U.S. infrastructure or government agencies, the fact is that businesses large and small are also being targeted with such attacks daily. Approximately …

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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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Internal Penetration Testing and Small Businesses

Internal Penetration Testing What is Internal Penetration Testing? You may be thinking, “What even is an internal penetration test?” There is just something wrong about the phrase when you say it. The way it rolls off the tongue is just odd. Internal penetration testing is the act of mimicking a hacker to break into your …

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Cyber Insurance vs Cyber Threats

Cyber insurance is no substitute for prevention, but it should still be treated as a preventative step, often a step (or several steps) behind zero-day threats. What Does Cyber Insurance Cover? After a ransomware outbreak, it’s common to think, “insurance will cover this, right?” Well, that really depends on your policy. Most general liability insurance …

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