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I Predict Growth in Cybercrime During 2018 – Not Exactly Brain Surgery

As 2017 is wrapping up, we have dire predictions for cybercrime in the year to come. In an article in Infosecurity Magazine, Trend Micro predicts an increase in vulnerabilities in the internet of things (IoT), which, as it notes, does not rely on regulations or industry standards.…

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Data Breaches

If You’re in Healthcare, You’re Probably Used to Data Breaches

The 2016, Sixth Annual Benchmark Study on Privacy and Security of Healthcare Data, conducted by Ponemon Institute and sponsored by ID Experts, revealed that data breaches in healthcare are increasing, not decreasing.…

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Security

It’s Not a Matter of If You will Have a Data Breach, but a Matter of When

In late January, MongoDB databases were hacked, 27,000 to be exact. They did not have password protection, nor did they have firewalls. Interestingly, MongoDB is the fourth most popular database, after Oracle, MySQL, and Microsoft SQL Server.…

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Data Security

So You Think You’re Safe? Maybe ‘Strike Three, You’re Out’ is More Appropriate.

Businesses are making some poor decisions regarding security. The question asked in the article ‘Dangerous Assumptions that Put Enterprises at Risk’, by Kacy Zurkus, stacks up the evidence that many companies are confident in their security but shouldn’t be.…

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Cyber Security

Are You Quite Sure Lightning Won’t Strike the Same Place Twice?

Organizations can no longer assume they won’t have a cyber security breach. Some pundits state that it is only a matter of when, not if.

The ramifications of a breach can range from internal and minor to external and catastrophic brand damage.…

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