President Biden’s Executive Order serves as an official and intentional first step to modernize cybersecurity defenses, especially as it relates to federal networks, and creating a more definitive response from the U.S. when incidents occur. Here are a few opportunities and challenges we see ahead!
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A 33-year-old woman recently accessed Capital One’s customer data and shared that data on a popular code-sharing website. As data breaches continue to happen almost daily, your organization should understand how breaches occur and proactively prevent unauthorized access to your user’s data. “Secure Your Network: Learning from Capital One”
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Phishing scams are a serious threat to an organization, and they’re increasing in scope, complexity and number – but that doesn’t mean you’re helpless to defend yourself. In fact, it’s easier than ever to proactively protect your organization from threats by following some simple tips.