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GDPR: Ignore It at Your Own Risk

This post was originally published on this siteIf your company does business in the European Union, you are likely to face a major overhaul of the way you handle your customer data. That’s because in 2016, the European Parliament passed the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a sweeping change that will affect all companies […]

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3 Trends Driving the Need to Improve Your Third Party Cyber Risk Management (TPCRM) Program

This post was originally published on this siteTo compete in a global marketplacefull of disruptors, organizations are rapidly expanding their reliance on outsourcing, cloud providers and other services that speed up time to market.      But with agility also comes cyber risk. As companies have maintained focus on their own defenses, cyber criminals have realized […]

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Cloud-Based Access Governance: Organizational Continuity Achieved

This post was originally published on this siteAs an IT expert, you know that browser-based apps have no software to deploy, patch and support, meaning there is a great deal less time and hassle to put said system in place. Most CRM systems are browser-based, HR solutions have followed along and even most accounting systems […]

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To Tackle IoT Security’s Murky Future, We Need Only to Look to the Past

This post was originally published on this siteNow that the IoT seems to be coming into its own, more manufacturers are eagerly throwing their hats into the ring to capitalize on the rapidly growing market. However, the influx of IoT devices are missing proper security measures.    In 2017 we have seen more smart home […]

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When Is Apple.com Not Apple.com? Faked Punycode Domains Running Rampant

This post was originally published on this siteWe have seen a significant uptick in phishing attacks using “Punycode” to exploit a basic vulnerability in web browsers, with phishers able to have the address bar represent what (to the naked, Roman alphabet-reading eye) appear to be correct domains for prominent websites like icloud.com, gmail.com, apple.com, and […]

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