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Wanted: Employees Willing to Steal Data

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Insider threats are hardly a new problem. As companies increasingly rely on data connected to complex networks, they also rely on their employees to make sure that data stays out of the wrong hands. The trouble is, unlike the hackers lurking outside the corporate network, insiders can directly access sensitive information and critical systems without having to bypass security controls. ...

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Why Cyber Security is Different for VIPs and Executives

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Everyone’s information deserves to be protected. However, this need is a lot more critical for some company employees – mainly executives, board members and other VIPs. Yet many companies with limited resources are failing to prioritize the securing of critical data for these people. This is a crucial mistake that can turn an isolated data breach into one that causes ...

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Detection & Response: The New Wave in Cyber Security

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The increasing cost of cyber security can be a hard pill to swallow, especially since the correlation between it and a company’s bottom line isn’t always apparent. However, with some of our nation’s largest companies making headlines this year for disastrous data breaches, both the private and public sectors see strengthening cyber defense as an essential initiative for mitigating risk. ...

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Small Businesses Need Cyber Security, Too!

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Targeted cyber attacks – those specifically focused on a single organization – are alarming, and for good reason. They pose an aggressive threat to a company’s sensitive data. They can cost businesses millions of dollars. And they can even shut the doors on firms that are ill-equipped to recover from a major breach. But the malicious souls behind these attacks ...

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