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Dissecting the Marriott Data Breach Response

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Dissecting the Marriott Data Breach Response

Another week goes by, and we have absolutely no shortage of breach-related news. This week’s top story focuses on one of the largest breaches we have seen today, impacting the Marriott-owned Starwood hotel chain. While Marriott’s breach notification was fairly standard, its response has been heavily...

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FSSCC Releases New Cybersecurity Framework

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

FSSCC Releases New Cybersecurity Framework

The FSSCC has released a new cybersecurity framework call the “Cybersecurity Profile.” The overall intent is to combine a large number of different cybersecurity standards from all over the world into one framework that’s scalable and more efficient than the other frameworks on the market today. Doe...

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Is Your Android Spying on You?

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Is Your Android Spying on You?

Has your personal data been compromised? Well, if you’re an Android mobile phone user and have downloaded an application infected with the KevDroid malware, it very well may have been.

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FDIC Resource: A Community Bank Cyber Exercise

Friday, November 16, 2018

FDIC Resource: A Community Bank Cyber Exercise

“Cyber Challenge: A Community Bank Cyber Exercise” is an FDIC resource designed to encourage institutions to discuss the potential threats and the impact of disruptions on common banking functions, especially as it relates to operational risk.

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Anti-Virus: What’s the Big Deal?

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Anti-Virus: What’s the Big Deal?

In the early days of the Internet, viruses and worms ran rampant. If you didn’t have an anti-virus application to protect you, your PC would soon be overrun with all sorts of nasty malware. “But it’s 2018 now, I have Windows Defender/Symantec/McAfee installed, and I can’t remember the last time I ha...

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What Does an ISO Need to Know About OFAC Sanctions?

Thursday, November 8, 2018

What Does an ISO Need to Know About OFAC Sanctions?

The FFIEC issued a joint statement titled “Office of Foreign Assets Control Cyber-Related Sanctions Program Risk Management,” which coincides with renewed sanctions against a targeted foreign nation. While the statement does not introduce any new regulatory requirements and is intended as informatio...

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