GDPR And New York Cybersecurity Regulations – Why Encryption Is An Essential Requirement
GDPR and New York Cybersecurity Regulations – Why Encryption is an Essential Requirement
June 22, 2017

GDPR and New York Cybersecurity Regulations – Why Encryption is an Essential Requirement

Introduction The General Data Protection Act (GDPR) will take effect on May 25, 2018, replacing the current Data Protection Directive 95/46 in the European Union. This will introduce a number of new requirements regarding data control for organizations to manage.…

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Go Phish: Protecting Your Enterprise From The Weakest Link
Go Phish: Protecting your enterprise from the weakest link
April 11, 2017

Go Phish: Protecting your enterprise from the weakest link

According to a recent report by PhishMe, 91% of cyber attacks begin with a phishing email. The attack method remains one of the most successful available to hackers as it exploits the inherent weakness of individual users. Since the advent…

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Why Layer 4 Encryption Succeed Where Traditional Encryption Fails
Why Layer 4 Encryption succeed where traditional encryption fails
April 6, 2017

Why Layer 4 Encryption succeed where traditional encryption fails

The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2018 will provide additional pressure on organizations to comply with the requirements. So, how can organizations secure their networks to comply with regulations without compromising their operations? For many businesses,…

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Data Breach Pandemic Reaches Record Level In US
Data breach pandemic reaches record level in US
February 16, 2017

Data breach pandemic reaches record level in US

As far as data breaches go, hackers threw everything they had at the private sector last year. According to a study from the Identity Theft Resource Center, U.S. organizations experienced 1,093 data breaches in 2016 - an all-time high. Overall, the number of…

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