Build A Strong Cybersecurity Posture With These 10 Best Practices

By Michelle Drolet . 15 Apr 2019

The numerous high-profile data breaches that took place in 2018 illustrate that no organization, irrespective of size, scale or scope, is immune from cyberattacks. Last year witnessed a 350% increase in ransomware attacks and a 70% increase in spear-phishing attacks. We are looking at a state-of-affairs wherein it is very easy for cybercriminals to exploit security vulnerabilities and target … Continue reading Build A Strong Cybersecurity Posture With These 10 Best Practices

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The Cost of a Data Breach in 2018

By Michelle Drolet . 30 Jan 2018

58 data records are stolen every second at an average cost of $141 each. Trading in intellectual property and personal data is so widespread that someone invented a calculator that can estimate the potential harm to your own business. Nearly 5 million data records are lost or stolen worldwide every single day, according to the … Continue reading The Cost of a Data Breach in 2018

8 Cybersecurity Trends to Watch for in 2018

By Michelle Drolet . 12 Dec 2017

New challenges and threats will face IT departments in the year ahead. As we stand on the threshold of another year, the war for our cybersecurity rages on. There have been many data breaches in 2017, most notably for Equifax, Verizon, and Kmart. But if you seek a silver lining in the cloud, perhaps you’ll … Continue reading 8 Cybersecurity Trends to Watch for in 2018

Four Important Things Cannabis Businesses Can Learn from the Recent Equifax Data Breach

By Michelle Drolet . 15 Nov 2017

The headline-making Equifax data breach was one of the worst ever. Equifax exposed approximately 143 million consumers, but did not notify any of them. This data breach exposed vital information, such as driver’s license, credit cards, social security numbers, addresses, and birth dates. According to the Ponemon Institute, which conducts independent research on privacy, data … Continue reading Four Important Things Cannabis Businesses Can Learn from the Recent Equifax Data Breach

Making a bad situation worse: how Equifax mishandled the breach

By Michelle Drolet . 28 Sep 2017

Companies must respond to data breaches properly to limit the damage. Unfortunately, Equifax did not. There have been some very high-profile data breaches in the last few years, but the latest disaster to hit the headlines concerns one of the largest credit bureaus in the United States. It’s estimated that the Equifax data breach exposed 143 million consumers, with … Continue reading Making a bad situation worse: how Equifax mishandled the breach

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