Are Your Remote Employees Embracing a Culture of Security?

While the world holds its breath for COVID-19 to run its course, many tech workers are out of the office, yet because they are able to work from almost anywhere, it’s still business—just not as usual....
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Capital One: Chronicle of a Data Breach Foretold

The “data breach of the year” involved more than 100M files containing sensitive information of consumer credit card applications at Capital One. The story hit headlines for months, and with much reas...
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Sharing Isn't Caring

Comfortable Breaches to Fit Any Lifestyle Do you travel? Do you prefer to drive or fly? Do you have a favorite hotel chain? Use the same entertainment methods from day to day? How long have you had th...
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The Feedback Loop Inherent in GDPR

GDPR’s “right to be forgotten” has generated some concerning results. The limits and pitfalls of retrieving one’s Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is already creating ripples: being able to o...
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The 4 Ingredients Needed for Securing Data, First

Creating a tight security plan has in the past few years become a concerning aspect of IT for any business, whether established on the scene or just starting up. Traditional security models bring up i...
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Biometrics Brings Us One Step Closer to Eliminating Passwords for Good

There are two primary means of authentication in use today: basic and multifactor. With basic authentication, the user ID and password are the most common. Recently, however, you have likely seen the ...
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The 4 Most Important Takeaways for Technical Safeguards and Compliance

StrongKey and Smith Anderson Law recently co-hosted a round table discussion on technical safeguards with approximately 20 executives from industries including government, healthcare, software, IT, an...
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Duty of Care and Information Security

The Hippocratic oath and the principles embodied in “duty of care” guide the daily actions of healthcare providers. But when it comes to information security and protecting sensitive PHI, is the healt...
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The Two Network Security Tools Your Mid-Sized Business Needs

Encryption and authentication — let's learn more about why your company needs these security tools. Because IT staff and resources are often sparse within mid-sized businesses, they see the public clo...
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DevSecOps Begins at the Application Layer

In the fast-moving world of DevOps, security sometimes got left by the wayside on the way to the next iteration. But today's threat landscape is so perilous that developers need to have solid security...
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