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The 2023 Gone Phishing Tournament Results: Everything You Need to Know

The results of Fortra’s Gone Phishing Tournament are here, and they highlight the potential power and danger of phishing across the world. This global test uncovered that 1 in 10 individuals are susceptible to these attacks, which would have led to 90,000 compromised passwords if the campaign had been an actual cyber attack. This year’s tournament featured an updated email...
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Ensure Compliance With Quebec's Law 25

Your one-on-one demo includes a complete overview of the: User-friendly and intuitive security awareness platform High quality content and customizable options Targeted phishing simulation by risk profile and just-in-time training Integrated gamification for increasing user participation and motivation Critical metrics and KPIs provided in the reporting dashboards   ...
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Swipe Right on Cyber Security: Let’s Talk About Zodiac Signs

With Valentine’s Day upon us, our thoughts turn to love, compatibility, and cyber security. As Cupid strings his bow this Valentine’s Day, let’s explore how the stars might be influencing your approach to online security. Are you a Leo who roars against cyber threats, or a Pisces swimming through the sea of digital privacy? Remember, while the universe might hold many...
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The 7 Most Dangerous Healthcare Cyber Attacks

While industries like banking and software can be devastated by cyber attacks, no other field is impacted by hackers like healthcare. As an example, it’s hard to forget attacks like the ransomware that brought all 400 locations of Universal Health Services to a standstill for months in the United States. Healthcare facilities often can’t operate if they don’t have access to...
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Law 25: Everything You Need To Know to Ensure Compliance

Online privacy and data protection have become pressing issues in recent years that many governments have decided to legislate. The Legault CAQ government has been behind many digital-related innovations, so it’s not surprising to see legislation like this. This law is a legislative update since existing laws inadequately address digital data. It should be noted that Law 25...
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The Evolution and Limitations of Multi-Factor Authentication

As careers, banking, and healthcare move online, the need for more secure authentication has become increasingly urgent. While passwords have been adopted as the most common form of authentication, they pose many problems in terms of cyber security. In recent years, especially since the rise of remote work in 2019, the adoption of multi-factor authentication (MFA) has steadily...
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Updated FCC Legislation Could Mean New Data Privacy Requirements for Telecoms

Telecommunications companies (telecoms) have been prime targets for cyber attackers. They operate critical infrastructure passage, and vast amounts of customer data pass through their networks. The United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is aiming to strengthen data security with new regulations around data breach reporting by communications carriers. The agency...
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The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) and How it Affects Your Business

New regulations are already keeping IT professionals on their toes in 2023. One monumental change for California residents and businesses is the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). The legislation came into force on January 1, 2023. Legislators drafted the new rules to empower consumers and close gaps in the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The CPRA gives customers...
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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the GDPR

DURATION: 45 MINUTES During this webcast, you will learn more about the GDPR's key concepts and principles, as well as the personal data rights protected under this regulation.   Watch the GDPR webcast and reduce the risk of facing penalties for non-compliance!   Image During this free webcast, learn more about: What is the GDPR...
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Governance and Information Security

Information security governance is a subset of corporate governance and can complete or encompass the governance of information technologies. It directs or strategically aligns information security activities and ensures that the company’s business objectives are reached. It also guarantees that information security risks are adequately managed and that information resources...
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Business Continuity Management Program BCM (part 2)

As a follow up to the Business Continuity Management program article, here is a more detailed description of the development and implementation phase objectives and content of the Business Continuity Plan (BCP) for major incidents. This plan is in fact a set of plans which is comprised of the following main components: Emergency action plan and damage assessment This is a...

The ISO/IEC 27002 Standard

The ISO/IEC 27002 standard is part of a family of international standards (ISO 27000) for the management of information security. It includes the best industry practices to protect the availability, integrity and confidentiality of information. A risk assessment is initially necessary to identify priority controls to be implemented within a company in order to improve the...
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Supplementary guide to achieving PCI-DSS compliance cloud computing

Cloud computing services require special attention in regards to information security and privacy. This is especially important when using credit card data while cloud computing in order to meet PCI-DSS ("Payment Card Industry – Data Security Standard") standards. To this end, the SSC ("Standard Security Council") published a document entitled “Information Supplement: PCI DSS...