What You Can Learn About Third-Party Risk from the LabCorp and Quest Breaches

In today’s interconnected world, any business can find itself in this type of situation. Third-party risk is a growing concern that is rarely addressed.

New Supreme Court Ruling Has Major Implications on Corporate Data Breaches

Data breaches now bear major legal ramifications due to a spring Supreme Court ruling in a Zappos class action lawsuit.

SOC-as-as-Service Brings Key Advantages for HIPAA Compliance

In 2018, the HHS Office of Civil Rights (OCR) set an all-time record year as far as HIPAA enforcement goes, meting out $28.7 million in fines.

Cyberthreats: The Great Equalizer

Cyberthreats: The Great Equalizer Cyberthreats have evolved significantly over the last decade. As security providers refined their perimeter prevention tools to use signature-based controls, attackers evolved their tactics, techniques and procedures to bypass these controls. Today’s cybercriminals no longer seek attention and publicity but are motivated by financial gain. They employ a variety of methodsRead more

The NIST Small Business Cybersecurity Act will help SMBs more effectively manage cyber risk.

What you need to know about NIST Small Business Cybersecurity Act

Small and medium-sized businesses are in hackers’ sights.

Security Trends 2017

Security Trends 2017: What to Expect for the Mid-Market

As 2016 recedes into the past, the tide of 2017 will bring in a treasure trove of new trends, some good, some not so good.

Dow Jones breach highlights the importance of SIEM services

In the latest example of why cybersecurity should be at the top of every organization’s priority list, financial information and publishing firm Dow Jones has been hacked.

White House data breaches highlight need for enhanced event monitoring solutions

It was announced this week that unclassified computer networks for the White house were breached multiple times in October by hackers allegedly working for the Russian government.

Managed SIEM – Reduce the Noise

Even a free solution is expensive in terms of your time and resources necessary for security event management. Adding more products, alerts and events does not always improve security – often it adds more noise that must be filtered out, or worse yet ignored. Investment of resources should be focused on managed SIEM solutions thatRead more

New report finds 2013 worst year for data breaches yet

A recently released cybersecurity industry study has found that there were more than 550 million identities exposed as a result of data breaches in 2013.