When your company shows up in the New York Times because sloppy security lead to a breach, will you survive the scrutiny?
Home Depot paid out over $179 million for a 2014 a data breach and was required, as part of the settlement, to tighten their cyber security practices. Why? Because they didn't have cyber security before.
The CEO didn't survive because he'd made a decision to rely on insurance --which later, didn't pay out.
Home Depot can afford a $179 million loss, but could you?
Here are a few resources to help wrap your head around data breach, how they happen, who does it, and more.
Trusted Internet is a small company too, run by security experts. This document describes how we protect our company, our homes, and our families. Will it stop everything? No, but it will stop almost every non-determined, non-targeted cyber event, including ransomware.
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Tuesday I sat with a couple of dozen really smart folks. One, a retired Major General declared "We're at war!" (meaning, Information War). Election influence, espionage, intellectual property theft?
Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) is a category of unclassified categories issued in a directive on May 9, 2008, by President George W. Bush. CUI replaces categories such as For Official Use
If you don't have cybersecurity, beginning in 2020, you may not be able to bid on new government contracts. Yesterday afternoon I sat through a webinar with Katie Arrington, the head of the