Dispel These Cybersecurity Misconceptions

Dispel These Cybersecurity Misconceptions

How many times have we heard statements like these from our clients and prospects?  My organization is too small to be a target for hackers  I rely on my vendors to secure “their” devices  I’m sure we are secure, we’ve never had a cyber issue...
National breach notification law would usurp patchwork of state laws

National breach notification law would usurp patchwork of state laws

A bill is pending to amend the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) to include a national data breach notification law that would supersede the various state laws that now apply to the financial sector. This initiative has the support of the American Bankers Association...
Could you be held accountable if your customer is breached?

Could you be held accountable if your customer is breached?

A security firm is being sued by two insurance companies who are seeking to recover losses after the firm failed to detect malware on a client’s network that led to a major breach.  Could you be put in this position if your customer was breached? Since we know...
How do you end up with a $4.3M HIPAA fine?

How do you end up with a $4.3M HIPAA fine?

A Judge ruled in favor of the Office of Civil Rights and upheld a fine of $4,348,000 against MD Anderson, a cancer treatment and research center in Texas.  This was the 4th largest fine in history for HIPAA violations. What led to this judgement, and what can we learn...
Cybersecurity – a topic nonprofits can no longer ignore

Cybersecurity – a topic nonprofits can no longer ignore

Cybersecurity is so often in the news that it’s hard to think it’s being ignored by any sector, however nonprofits are lagging behind.  Why?  Obviously budgets are tight, but here’s why ignoring cybersecurity can end up costing nonprofits far more....