Cybersecurity is a growing concern for legislators, businesses, and citizens alike. From federal to state-level legislation, laws are being passed that require specific sectors to build a cybersecurity strategy and implement basic cybersecurity norms. Is your business required to comply with any cybersecurity regulations? Some common examples are: Health Insurance Probability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)… Read More »US Cybersecurity Regulations: How Managed Security Operations Center Can Help Your Organization
The Federal Trade Commission announced it is extending the Safeguards rule enforcement period by six months. The new deadline for complying with the updated requirements of the Safeguards Rule is now June 9, 2023. Let’s take a closer look at what this rule is, and what this extension means for businesses. What is the Safeguards… Read More »FTC Safeguards Rule Deadline Extended: What Your Business Needs to Know to Avoid Costly Penalties
President Biden officially signed the bill to ban TikTok across all government devices. However, this ban will not impact general users; it only affects those using the app via government-issued devices. With more than 100 million monthly active users in the U.S. alone, TikTok is at the forefront of internet culture. Lawmakers have long taken… Read More »US Bans TikTok on all Government-Issued Devices
The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Cybersecurity Cyber-attacks are constantly becoming more sophisticated, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) plays a significant part in this. Al can be used both from the perspective of those defending against attacks and from cybercriminals themselves. Allowing defenders to scan networks more automatically and fend off attacks, criminals can also use… Read More »Artificial Intelligence’s Impact on the Cybersecurity Landscape
2022 was a tumultuous year for cybersecurity. This year proved yet again, that no industry is safe from cybercriminals. While the education and healthcare sectors were hit the hardest, every major industry experienced its fair share of breaches and attacks. As organizations scrambled to protect their systems from cyberattacks, new trends emerged that made it… Read More »2022 Cybersecurity: A Year in Review
On Wednesday, President Biden signed legislation that encourages federal government agencies to adopt quantum computing technology, a move seen as critical to protect against foreign cyberattacks. The Quantum Computing Cybersecurity Preparedness Act, co-sponsored by Senators Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.), is a response to the growing threat of quantum computing used by countries… Read More »President Biden Signs Quantum Computing Cybersecurity Act into Law
As technology advances and cybercrime increases, companies need to remain vigilant about their cybersecurity strategies. With the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT), it is important to stay ahead of emerging cybersecurity trends to protect your business from cyber threats. Here are the top cybersecurity trends you should be aware… Read More »What Cybersecurity Trends Will Shape 2023?
In recent years, America’s digital infrastructure has become a core vulnerability as international conflicts migrate online, and cyberwarfare becomes an ever-present threat to our nation’s security.
In today’s day and age, it is essential for businesses to understand the importance of patch management. Vulnerabilities are defined as any exploitable weak point found within a computer system, device, or even hardware. These flaws can be exploited by cybercriminals and can severely weaken the overall security of the effected device or software. That… Read More »The FBI Warns of Top Critical Vulnerabilities for Businesses
The holidays are a time for joy, family, and giving. Unfortunately, they’re also a time for increased cybercrime. According to the FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, ransomware alone goes up 30% during the holidays. This happens for several reasons, most commonly because long periods of being offline can allow suspicious activity to… Read More »How to Protect Your Business from Cybercrime This Holiday Season