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Data Breaches: Don’t Put Your Brand at Risk

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Risk management and cyber security analysts have focused on the substantial costs of data breaches for some time. In a 2016 report, Ponemon Institute reported that the average total cost of a breach rose from $3.8 million to $4 million, with the per-record cost rising from $154 to $158. Naturally, companies have taken note of the increasingly large price tag ...

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Get Ready for Updated NIST Compliance Requirements


Like so many areas of the American political system, federal cyber security regulation is in a period of transition. Some of the change is an effect of the presidential handoff to an administration with a markedly different agenda from the previous one. But an even greater driver has been the failure of some government agencies to protect highly sensitive data. ...

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Reducing Your Organization’s Attack Surface

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Oh, what a tangled web we weave. With data sharing and enterprise networks being crucial to modern business, it stands to reason that networks continuously expand along with an organization’s growth. And as a network expands, its features, configurations, security systems, routing tables and physical infrastructure all become increasingly complex. The more complex a network becomes, the more it is ...

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