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Top Six Controls to Mitigate a Ransomware Attack

Thursday, December 3, 2020

Top Six Controls to Mitigate a Ransomware Attack

Combating a ransomware scenario can be intense and stressful, so most organizations agree that it is better to stop the attack from happening in the first place. Learn more about the top controls that can be put in place to protect your network and data from a ransomware attack.

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Examiners Want You Prepared for a Ransomware Attack with the R-SAT

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Examiners Want You Prepared for a Ransomware Attack with the R-SAT

The Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS), in conjunction with the Bankers Electronic Crimes Task Force (BECTF) and the U.S. Secret Service, recently introduced a new Ransomware Self-Assessment Tool (R-SAT) for financial institutions to aid in the effects of a ransomware attack. So far, seven ...

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{Threat Advisory} Business Email Compromise

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

{Threat Advisory} Business Email Compromise

We are in the middle of business email compromise (BEC) season and there is a new tactic that is currently running rampant. Learn who can be affected, how the attack works, and what you can do to prevent becoming a victim.

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Using Your IT Risk Assessment to Make Decisions

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Using Your IT Risk Assessment to Make Decisions

Your IT risk assessment is one of the most important pieces of a solid ISP. However, not all IT risk assessments are equal. To get the most value from your IT risk assessment, which, in the end, allows you to make stronger security-minded decisions, there are going to be some features that must be i...

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