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Jason Wittick

So far, this year’s round of scammers has been the most prolific, making 2018 an especially bad year for breaches.

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There is a growing number of data protection and security laws, regulations, and guidelines that explicitly require employees undergo specific, formal, and ongoing InfoSec or privacy awareness training.

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Achieving compliance with GDPR, PIPEDA, or PCI is like reaching a destination, but of the three, only PCI includes a roadmap that leads directly to formal compliance through a linear, finite, and predictable process.

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Incident Response Plan 101

By Jason Wittick • November 21, 2017

It seems like regardless of a system’s size or how much diligence goes into preparing for or hardening against attack, no-one is safe.

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most physical defence systems can see, hear or detect threats from air, sea and land, logical attacks are unique in that they can come from anywhere, anytime

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As another Christmas shopping season approaches, annual rhetoric about threats to information &payment security have started to ramp-up as they do every year .

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A Botnet is a collection malware-infected, internet-connected devices which can be remotely controlled as a group without the actual owner’s knowledge

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the first six months of 2016 saw a startling 172% increase in ransomware over the entirety of 2015, with no less than 58% of these attacks delivered via email.

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In a single word ... power. Hackers covet the power to do what they want or to change what they do not

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With the ever-present and growing number of cyber criminals, hackers, data-breaches and electronic scams described by mainstream media on an almost daily basis,

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