Cyber Security

7 Takeaways From The 2018 ‘State of Endpoint Security Risk’ Report

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As a rule, we avoid FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) in our marketing. Cybersecurity is complex and confusing enough, so we prefer to focus on the facts without relying on scare tactics—yes, even on Halloween. That said, we also feel it’s important for people to understand their risks and what they’re up against. That way, you’re…

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How Some States Are Taking Steps To Keep Election Hacking At Bay

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In the aftermath of the 2000 presidential election, amid the “hanging chads” fiasco in Florida upon which the election hinged, there was a tremendous effort to move toward voting automation to mitigate the perceived drawbacks of what was deemed antiquated paper ballots and/or mechanical/lever machine voting. As a result, the Elections Assistance Commission (EAC) was…

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Cybersecurity Regulations – Looming Changes in the U.S.

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We have all enjoyed the personalized experiences that software platforms are providing as they learn more about us, but with this data comes a high burden to protect it. We are seeing the implications of this manifested in broken trust with Facebook and Equifax. Cybersecurity and privacy standards are also confronting organizations today as they race to comply with the May deadlines of GDPR. What is the U.S. doing in parallel to keep up?

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