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{Whitepaper} Framework for Planning to Fail Well

Thursday, July 20, 2017

 {Whitepaper} Framework for Planning to Fail Well

Incident response has always been a critical component of an effective Information Security Program, but operating without an effective Incident Response Plan in today’s world is like jumping into the deep end without knowing how to swim.  New types of security-related incidents are emerging and at ...

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Petya: PLEASE Patch Your Computers!

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Petya: PLEASE Patch Your Computers!

The internet has experienced yet another “global” ransomware epidemic, this time in the form of a new variant named “Petya.” Petya was initially discovered in the wild back in March of 2016, but this new variant sports some serious upgrades. Petya is now “wormable,” using the same SMBv1 exploit, als...

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OCC Answers Your Fintech, Vendor Management Questions

Thursday, June 15, 2017

OCC Answers Your Fintech, Vendor Management Questions

The OCC released 2013-29 FAQ on June 7th. It is 14 questions long and contains plenty of valuable information. Here are the Top 5 Takeaways, though SBS encourages you to read the FAQ in its entirety, especially if you are responsible for vendor management at your institution.

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{Cyber Byte Video} Protecting Your Mobile Devices

Thursday, June 15, 2017

{Cyber Byte Video} Protecting Your Mobile Devices

Why do we need security around our mobile devices? Confidential business data, access to personal information, rising cost of data usage, saved logins, and links to bank and credit card accounts are just a few of the many reasons why! Watch and share this video to review four critical steps to prote...

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{Whitepaper} How Often Should I Replace My Device?

Friday, June 9, 2017

{Whitepaper} How Often Should I Replace My Device?

Continued innovation in the smartphone market ensures the debut of a new flagship smartphone every 12-18 months. Yet, all this excitement around new smartphones likely won’t be the primary motivation for your organization to purchase new equipment every year. So how often should you replace your dev...

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CAT 1.1 Is Out Of The Bag!

Friday, June 2, 2017

CAT 1.1 Is Out Of The Bag!

On the morning of Thursday, June 1st, an updated CAT was revealed to the financial industry. The good news is that the updates are not massive or wholesale, but rather necessary and welcomed. There are three important items about CAT 1.1 that you should know.

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WannaCry: Stop What You're Doing and Patch Your Computers!

Monday, May 15, 2017

WannaCry: Stop What You're Doing and Patch Your Computers!

WannaCry is the biggest malware event the Internet has ever seen, hands-down. This version of ransomware is the prophetic fulfillment of all those fire-and-brimstone IT folks that have been saying there will be a global malware epidemic. WannaCry is being called a “weapon of mass destruction,” and w...

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Risk's New Normal

Friday, May 12, 2017

Risk's New Normal

Risk Doesn’t Have to be a Four-Letter Word Here's the thing about risk: it doesn't have to be a bad thing. Risk means you're doing something new; something different. There's risk when you jump in a half-ton of metal and rubber and hurtle yourself down the highway at 65 mile...

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