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Much of the buzz around cybersecurity issues faced by SMBs and enterprises is related to the idea of an obscure shadowy figure hidden in a basement somewhere typing madly on a keyword. While the external threat of criminal activity should never be discounted, by far, the greatest threat to any business exists from within the [...]
In the past few weeks both the EU Commission and White House have come out with commentary and rules in response to the rise of cyber-attacks. There is growing awareness that cyber security is becoming a political and business necessity. While encryption technology has been used for decades to deal with the storage and transit [...]
The $1.2 million dollar fine levied by FINRA against ING and its affiliates yesterday brings to light compliance problems with traditional encryption solutions long recognized but tolerated in the finance sector. The announcement stated that the firms “..failed to set up systems to retain certain types of encrypted emails” and therefore the messages were not [...]
Despite the booming popularity of instant messaging vehicles and social media platforms, email is still the internet’s “killer app”…
69% of organizations surveyed by the Ponemon Institute last year indicated they believe employees frequently violated policies for email encryption.
It comes as no surprise then that 69% of organizations surveyed by the Ponemon Institute last year indicated employees violated security policies frequently via non-approved, unsecured email methods.
The Texas Attorney General will be responsible for enforcing the new requirements and may seek injunctive relief and civil penalties up to $1.5 million annually for violations.
The importance of guidelines to ensure Efficient and Effective email Use “Most companies are grappling with email overload,” says Monica Seely, an email management expert at Mesmo and author of Brilliant Email. “Companies are losing up to 20 days per person per year, dealing with email poorly.” Most of us would not disagree with these statements. But how [...]
It occurred to me in November that I have been using basic email to communicate with my (wonderful) banking representative for years. The topics sent back and forth on email could not be more sensitive in nature. The information included requests to transfer funds, bank account numbers, mortgage renewals, line of credit requests, social security numbers, passwords, credit card information – [...]
The Second Annual Benchmark Study on Patient Privacy & Data Security was just released by Ponemon Institute, a privacy and security research firm based in Traverse City, Mich. Some of the findings are surprising, if not shocking given the attention and legislation put in place to deal with this topic. Lip service? One is really [...]
Cyber-attacked prestigious Bay Street law firms claim securing client confidentiality is a priority. What about email?
Last night, the CBC reported on foreign hackers who launched a massive attack on Canadian government computers last fall, also broke into the data systems of prominent Bay Street law firms to get insider information on an attempted $38-billion corporate takeover of Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan. No surprise, statements issued by the legal firms were predictable [...]