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cyberattack legal protections

  How would your organization defend itself in a court of law or to regulators in the event of a CyberSecurity incident?   This is a question that many organizations will face due to the increasing likelihood of having a CyberSecurity incident. Unfortunately, it is also a question that many organizations are not prepared to answer with concrete evidence. The best defense they can offer is, “We ask the...

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Effective Metrics for CyberSecurity

  CEOs and Boards have identified CyberSecurity threats as a significant enterprise risk, governed with the same rigor and discipline as other corporate risk.   Effective governance depends upon robust and accurate metrics, which are often difficult to gather for CyberSecurity. CEOs and Boards face the business problem of managing the mitigation of CyberSecurity risk. Actual mitigation of the risk is done by many people performing detailed technical and...

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  With the Easter and Passover holidays approaching, it is important to be wary of holiday-related scams.   Some of the most commonly seen scams include: Electronic “greeting card” software that contain malware, including ransomware; Compromised websites that introduce malware into your system when you visit the site; Travel-related deals, including holiday timeshares and vacation home rentals, which are actually scams; Telephone and email requests for contributions to...

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Tax Season Scams CyberSecurity

  With tax season upon us, it is wise to be on guard for phishing and other attacks that can make it easy for others to assume your identity. Phishing, where an attacker uses social engineering to obtain information about or from you, can be particularly effective.  Some attackers, for example, might call you on the phone and pretend to be from the IRS or a...

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