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The NIST Framework is the ultimate roadmap for which the United States government outlines how businesses can develop their cybersecurity program to account for the threat landscape that is forever evolving. The framework is long and detailed but can be more easily understood when the recommended best practices and security measures are broken down into...
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Each year, the U.S. government manages many different departments and agencies to protect its citizens and businesses, including providing military defense, promoting health safety measures, passing consumer protection laws, and enforcing labor laws. That’s just to name a few.  But what about more complex and evolving risks like cybersecurity? Is there any type of resource...
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Twitch breach By Christopher Burgess Attackers essentially broke into the Twitch house and cleaned out everything. Following least-privilege access principles and encrypted datasets will help others avoid that scenario. No company wants to see its crown jewels exposed to the elements, yet this is what happened to the Amazon-owned online streaming platform Twitch on October 6...
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Each year on January 28, an international initiative known as Data Privacy Day serves to remind us of the importance of data privacy and the protection of personal information. The goal of Data Privacy Day 2021 is to empower consumers to Own Your Privacy and businesses to Respect Privacy. It Takes Two to Protect Data Privacy Protecting the privacy and...
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It’s finally 2021 and towards the end of 2020 the world experienced one of the largest cyber breaches in history.  A commonly used security software company by the name of Solarwinds was breached. This caused thousands of businesses globally to be affected with potential malware, mimicking our own global cyber pandemic. Trust in security tools...
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Written by Stu Sjouerman Scamming incidents have increased by 519% in 2020 compared to last year, according to researchers at Baltimore-based ZeroFOX. The researchers compared their own data to a recent report from the Federal Trade Commission, which found that scams on social media have skyrocketed since the start of the pandemic earlier this year....
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Spyware is a type of malware that infects your PC or mobile device and gathers information about you, including the sites you go to, usernames and passwords, payment information, and the emails you send and receive. Similarly, stalkerware is a type of software or application that spies on victims. Stalkerware apps are capable of a plethora...
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VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) in theory provide anonymity and secure passage to your online destination. What we’ve increasingly seen is VPN companies go through their own security breaches and exposing users internet logs. Even when a VPN provider claims that it keeps no logs, it can simply be marketing in a way where that might...
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Data breaches are events where certain confidential information is accessed without proper authorization. this goes further by having copies of that data distributed. The average data breach in 2020 caused roughly 3.92 million (USD) in damages. The core concept of a data breach is the fact that data confidentiality has been compromised. Data breaches can...
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Security Posture A lot of the time we like to think that adding a new tool or creating a new policy will start to cover our bases and make us less vulnerable. While that can be true in a lot of cases, we often tend to overlook system interaction changes and a plethora of other...
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