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Keeping Applications Secure from Malware

Application security needs more attention as there is an increasing usage of applicationson smart devices. While security has seen improvements over the years, applications still have vulnerabilities that can expose them to spyware, keyloggers, viruses, worms, and other harmful scripts.

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HIPAA Compliance Services

The 1996 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) promotes the security and privacy of employee health information. HIPAA seeks to facilitate efficient and effective electronic transfer of healthcare information between healthcare facilities as well as protect patients’ privacy. The Health and Human Services Department (HHS) was mandated to develop with security standards that they issued in 2003. The resulting health security standards rule gives patients rights over their health information and set standards on who can access it. The act further articulates precautions that all healthcare providers must take to protect and secure electronically collected health information. Agencies, organizations, and individuals classified as covered entities must comply with HIPAA.

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Defending Your Organization Against Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)

The threat landscape has seen the rise of hacktivism and the quest for greater profits from crime. This has given rise to advanced persistent threats (APTs), one of the most covert targeted attacks employed by cybercriminals.

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GDPR - New Frontiers in Regulating Data Protection and Privacy Standards

In recent years, the world has become even more data-driven. We have seen the explosive demand for data which ushered in the creation of unprecedented volume, velocity and variety. This shift has also resulted in additional risks, with wider impact and costlier consequences

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A Swift Path to Securing Trust in the Financial Services

The global financial services industry continues to come under siege by increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks.Nearly 50 percent of global financial companies have suffered a breach as reported by the 2017 Thales Data Threat Report[1]. The impact is costly since on average financial companies globally will likely incur over $6 million for a single data breach.

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Secure Your Trade Secrets from Cyber Espionage

Trend Micro Incorporated, a global leader in security software, stated that cyber espionage is the most serious threat concern to global businesses in 2017.Twenty percent of global organizations rank cyber espionage as the most serious threat to their business, with 26% struggling to keep up with the rapidly evolving threat landscape. In addition, one in five U.S. organizations have suffered a cyber espionage-related attack in the last year. Trend Micro’s research covered over 2,400 organizations across the U.S. and Europe.

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Cyber Scammers, Are You Their Next Target?

We have all encountered instances of cyber-scams, such as spam emails and viruses that attack private and commercial computer networks daily.Oftentimes, software is installed in hopes to safeguard systems -however, this does not always work. The security of information systems extends beyond firewalls, detection systems and other protective software – it involves the people operating those systems.

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Compliance Consulting Saves Businesses

Many firms that suffer from cyber-breaches not only struggle financially, but their credibility within their industry may also be jeopardized. This can lead to customers losing trust in the company, resulting in loss of potential sales and a struggle to regain customer trust. For these reasons, compliance with federal, industry, and/or cyber regulations is mandatory for businesses and organizations to save themselves from devastating consequences of becoming non-compliant.

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