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US Cybersecurity Regulations: How Managed Security Operations Center Can Help Your Organization

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

Business Email Compromise (BEC): What You Need To Know

The FBI and national cybersecurity experts are trying to get the word out to executives and their direct reports about a growing and successful attack approach: Business Email Compromise (BEC). Also known as “CEO fraud,” the FBI predicts that these attacks – which already cost businesses upwards of 12.5 billion dollars annually, will only continue to grow and evolve.… Read More »Business Email Compromise (BEC): What You Need To Know

GDPR: How To Get Personal (Data)

Published in The Data Center Journal The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) passed into law on May 25, 2018. It implements data-protection laws affecting anyone who processes personal data of EU-based individuals—that is, most businesses worldwide. Many organizations have already started their journey to comply with the GDPR, which regulates the security and privacy of an individual’s… Read More »GDPR: How To Get Personal (Data)

Once Tech Features – Now Flaws!

Published in USA Trailblazer Magazine For years, computer and other technology original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have diligently responded to business and consumers’ ever-constant demands for more and faster features to make their lives convenient and cost efficient.  However, as the design and architecture of the newer technology have indeed included features that made things more connected,… Read More »Once Tech Features – Now Flaws!

Tax Reform and Innovation – good news and a cloud

Published in The Hill The chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas) and the chairman of the Finance Committee, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) as well as the White House have recognized that the current level of economic growth is unacceptable and that tax reform must encourage a stronger economy and faster growth. To their credit, the tax reform… Read More »Tax Reform and Innovation – good news and a cloud