This year alone, the 210,835 government records were identified in data breaches. So, how can federal agencies ensure they are protecting sensitive data?
Tracking and monitoring all network activity within the financial sector is imperative for swift risk identification and management. Learn how to ease your security audit worries and perform detailed audits in seconds, not hours.
It’s not a matter of if your company will be hacked – but when. Planning and ongoing preparation is the ultimate protection against cyber-attacks. Our guest blogger and cybersecurity expert, Marco Essomba, explores seven reasons companies get hacked.
See how to streamline your security methods and ensure your gaming business doesn’t suffer a hacking incident. This article covers recent casino data breaches and reveals how to prevent cybercriminals from accessing sensitive, confidential data on your network.
After the global ransomware attack hit the world this weekend, how can enterprises protect against hacks of this nature? Find out how you can gain complete visibility over your entire network by putting a third-party vendor access management solution in place.
The White House is set to bolster government cybersecurity with Trump signing an executive order. The aim of the order is to protect critical infrastructure from cyber-attacks.
Law firms are appealing targets for cybercriminals. Home to a multitude of sensitive, personal, confidential, financial information, what better place to attack in order to steal some juicy data? There’s certainly a few questions that should be on your security radar, let’s address them in this blog.
The more technology advances, the more this creates potential security issues for the hospitality world. Learn ways you can protect your hotel from costly cybercrimes, hacking attacks, and reputational damage.
Just one weak link in your supply chain could lead to a potential security disaster. A third-party data breach could cause your organization financial loss, regulatory issues, and damage to your reputation. Here’s three easy steps you can take to reduce your third-party vendor risks.
Jeff Swearingen, Co-founder and CEO of SecureLink, talks about developing a SaaS company for remote support – and his visions for the future. This is part one of our three-part coffee break series.