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Turnaround Plan Required - Political Conversations in Business

The current political environment has become a daily part of many conversations. With the polarized political environment in the U.S., and individuals

Phishing, Don't Take the Bait!

We’ve all heard about phishing by now. It’s the attack vector of choice for many hackers – in which the weapon used is a simple email.

SECURITY NOTICE: MAJOR ONLINE BANKING PLATFORM VULNERABILITY - FISERV

Businesses that utilize Fiserv eBanking platforms should take note of an online banking information disclosure vulnerability that was made public. Fiserv

Strategies for Service Organizations to Prepare for the New SOC 2 Reporting Requirements

Service Organizations that undergo a SOC 2 examination or are currently preparing to have one performed, should be aware of the recently updated requirements
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If Only Those Employees...

One of the most common sentiments that I come across as an information security professional is that employees are the ones making the organization less

SOC 2 Reporting Standards Updated: Effective 12/15/2018

The AICPA recently updated the SOC 2 reporting standards to align with the COSO 2013 Internal Control Framework. The specific updates pertain to the updated

Optimizing your two-factor authentication security

Often when discussing cybersecurity threats like phishing and initial points of compromise with clients, we’ll hear something along the lines of,

The IT Security Superhero's Guide to Good Cyber Hygiene

“Move along folks, nothing to see here!” is what I imagine stressed-out IT security crusaders worldwide murmur every night in their sleep.
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Postcard from the 2018 AICPA SOC for Cybersecurity Conference

I recently attended the AICPA’s SOC for Cybersecurity conference at the AICPA’s headquarters in Durham, North Carolina. The conference covered

Cryptojacking on the Rise

Since 2013, companies have had one main thing on their minds when it came to IT security – ransomware – an exploitative attack that’s
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