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Meat Producer Victim of Hack – Supply Chain to Blame?

When major cyberattacks happen, most businesses do not tend to change their behavior to protect themselves. The recent Colonial Pipeline hack that caused widespread gas supply issues across the country should have served as a warning to all American businesses that they need to take cyber security more seriously. Now, major meat producer, JBS USA,Read More »Meat Producer Victim of Hack – Supply Chain to Blame?

“Protecting Taxpayer Data is the Law” – IRS Publication 4557

Your average hacker isn’t looking to take down Goldman Sachs; most hackers are just looking for easy wins. Easy wins mostly only require easy targets, and luckily for hackers everywhere, there are plenty of easy targets to choose from. CPA firms are particularly vulnerable which is why the IRS released Publication 4557, to explain the… Read More »“Protecting Taxpayer Data is the Law” – IRS Publication 4557

CMMC: New Cyber Compliance Mechanism for Government Contractors

As cybersecurity technology continually advances and becomes more innovative in nature, the cyber threat landscape has adapted. Thus, this evolution of cybersecurity threats merits concern and has become an increasing priority for the Federal Government. This concern also encompasses Government Contractors, as they will be encumbered by new government compliance requirements in 2020. The United… Read More »CMMC: New Cyber Compliance Mechanism for Government Contractors

California Lawmakers Look to Make CCPA Even More Stringent

On December 17, 2019, Attorney General Xavier Becerra released the title and summary for the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) – an expansion of CCPA to increase consumer rights, create more transparency and establish an enforcement arm to protect consumers. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has just gone into effect as of January 1,… Read More »California Lawmakers Look to Make CCPA Even More Stringent

U.S. Businesses Potentially Face Brunt of Iranian Retaliation for Soleimani Killing

Iran has vowed to retaliate against the United States following the killing of Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani last week in Baghdad, Iraq, by a U.S. drone strike. The escalation of tensions between the two countries has caused concern on the web as “World War III” has been trending on Twitter and in Google searches.… Read More »U.S. Businesses Potentially Face Brunt of Iranian Retaliation for Soleimani Killing