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Effective Use of Service Organization Control (SOC) Reports

If your organization (user) utilizes a service organization, chances are that you have heard of a service organization control report, better known as ... read more >

IRS Publication 1075: Safeguards for Protecting Federal Tax Returns and Return Information

The most recent revision of IRS Publication 1075 became effective August 24, 2010. Since then, it has been supplemented with several additional requirement ... read more >

Privacy Rights - How Far Is the U.S. Behind?

On February 23, 2012, the White House announced a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights to try and steer corporate America down a path of responsibility in safeguarding ... read more >

Corporate Espionage and Cyber Threats

Recently, the cybersecurity firm McAfee Inc. issued a whitepaper titled Global Energy Cyberattacks: “Night Dragon,” in which they outlined ... read more >

Are You Prepared for a Data Breach?

“We need to be more security conscious” is a common theme at many organizations today. Odds are that your organization is spending large sums of money strengthening your network in order to prevent the occurrence of a data breach. You may even conduct regular internal and external network penetration testing in order to identify potential holes in your network security.... read more >

Using Software Simulation Tools to Streamline Your Processes

Software simulation tools are used for the re-creation or reproduction of a particular condition using software for trending, analysis, and forecasting purposes.... read more >

The Malware Threat: How Secure Are You?

The use of malicious code (malware) to perpetrate financial fraud has risen at an alarming rate. In December of 2008, Sophos, a leading security software and hardware provider, published its 2009 Annual Security Threat Report. The report’s key finding was that in 2008, the United States surpassed China to become the number one source for malware attacks worldwide. This increase was largely due to the number of malware-infected computers and websites within the United States. [1]... read more >