Let’s begin with the premise that cybersecurity and information security are not the same thing:
Without fail, the daily headlines feature an organization suffering a security breach or a software vendor informing the public about vulnerabilities in their product. But perhaps the most
Recent studies from the Ponemon Institute and IBM have found that the cost of a data breach for enterprises has increased 6.4% to $3.86 million per event. Meanwhile, the average cost of a data breach
Reaching beyond the infosec community, one of the most publicized incidents of the past decade was the 2014 doxxing of Sony Pictures. Ostensibly, the attack was ordered by North Korean leader Kim
In WIndows 10 it’s called “Device Encryption” and is powered by BitLocker. On macOS it’s called “FileVault” and it’s baked right in to iOS devices without a real name. Whatever it’s labeled as on
This is a series designed to illustrate the impact of data breaches on different types of businesses from the perspective of key stakeholders at those businesses. In this first installment of Anatomy
February 15th marked the deadline for all businesses under the jurisdiction of the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) to be in compliance with new cybersecurity regulations.
On March 1, 2017, the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) made effective its Cybersecurity Requirements for Financial Services Companies (Full PDF: 23 NYCRR Part 500).