Category: cybersecurity

What Is App Fatigue & Why Is It a Security Issue?

The number of apps and web tools that employees use on a regular basis continues to increase. Most departments have about 40-60 different digital tools that they use. 71% of employees feel they use so many apps that it makes work more complex. Many of the apps that we use every day have various alerts. […]

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These Everyday Objects Can Lead to Identity Theft

You wouldn’t think a child’s toy could lead to a breach of your personal data. But this happens all the time. What about your trash can sitting outside? Is it a treasure trove for an identity thief trolling the neighborhood at night? Many everyday objects can lead to identity theft. They often get overlooked because […]

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6 Things You Should Do to Handle Data Privacy Updates

Once data began going digital, authorities realized a need to protect it. Thus, the creation of data privacy rules and regulations to address cyber threats. Many organizations have one or more data privacy policies they need to meet. Those in the U.S. healthcare industry and their service partners need to comply with HIPAA. Anyone collecting […]

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Why You Need to Think Twice Before Using Lensa AI & Other Self-Portrait Apps

It’s a common theme. You begin seeing these amazing CGI images of your friends on Facebook or Instagram. You think, “How can I make one?” Filters and self-portrait apps have come a long way. You can now make yourself look like Hollywood’s version of a character in the next hit animated film. It still kind […]

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Managed Security Information Management Services

Managed Security Information (MIS) is the transmission or distribution of customer-managed data to specified parties. Customers usually control their own networks. They can do this through software applications, which allow for self-service from anywhere there is an Internet connection, which means that the customer data is in the hands of the person who owns it. […]

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The Cybersecurity Concerns of Working Remote

There is a growing concern among employers that their employees will be susceptible to cybersecurity risks from their own work from home computers. It has been estimated that up to 70% of all corporate work from home workers have been targeted by cyberattacks. The number of these attacks has dramatically increased as the cost of […]

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