Do we need a new standard for network testing and security?

Do we need a new standard for network testing and security?

This question was posed by a Forbes Technology Council member who points out that with the increase in devices connected to networks, cybersecurity has become part of every C-level, staff member and third-party vendor’s role to help manage risk of data...
9 U.S. States Pass New or Expanded Data Breach Laws

9 U.S. States Pass New or Expanded Data Breach Laws

In the absence of federal action, states have been actively passing new and expanded requirements for privacy and cybersecurity. While laws like the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) are getting all the attention, many states are actively amending their breach...
NIST CSF – Part 3 – Detect

NIST CSF – Part 3 – Detect

The NIST Cyber Security Framework (NIST CSF) is the result of a February 2013 Executive Order titled “Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity” and 10 months of collaborative discussions with more than 3,000 security professionals. It comprises a risk-based...
Where are your data protection blindspots?

Where are your data protection blindspots?

Data security and privacy were named as top issues for 2019. Data loss prevention requires a comprehensive strategy to identify, protect and monitor sensitive information.  As most organizations do not 100% know what data they have stored (often over many years and...
SOC2 for Small Businesses

SOC2 for Small Businesses

More and more we see small businesses being asked by their clients for some sort of assurance that the data shared with them is kept secure and private. Many times a SOC 2 certification is being requested.  If this happens to you (or your client), the question is...