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The Ransom of American Towns

Friday, August 16, 2019

The Ransom of American Towns

Reports of yet another government entity being attacked by ransomware seem to appear in the news so often, it feels like reading the lyrics to Johnny Cash’s “I’ve Been Everywhere.” While the ransomware epidemic has targeted large metropolitan areas such as Atlanta and Baltimore, smaller community in...

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What Documentation Should You Review for a Critical Vendor?

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

What Documentation Should You Review for a Critical Vendor?

How do you get assurance that a vendor is properly protecting your confidential customer information? Short of physically auditing or inspecting a vendor yourself, the best way to gain confidence in your vendor’s security posture is through the gathering of security-related documentation. So then – ...

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Windows Operating Systems Reaching End of Life in January 2020

Sunday, June 9, 2019

Windows Operating Systems Reaching End of Life in January 2020

The popular Microsoft operating system Windows 7 is slated to stop receiving extended support on January 14th, 2020. This means that Microsoft will no longer release patches for vulnerabilities or add any features to the Windows 7 operating system, which comprises nearly 34% of all active Windows OS...

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Building Out the Core Responsibilities of an ISO

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Building Out the Core Responsibilities of an ISO

There are plenty of different roles and responsibilities a financial institution has to consider; however, one of the more difficult roles to address is that of the Information Security Officer (ISO). Even though all financial institutions have been expected to assign the role of ISO for nearly two ...

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