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How Well Do Your Clients’ Cyber Security Measures Stack Up?

Posted on: June 27, 2016 by Chris Murray

Every organization today is at risk of a data breach, with each company looking to protect against and manage breaches effectively. Most are trying to balance both proactive and reactive cyber security measures, which involves looking to prevent the next data breach while also preparing for when a breach occurs so they can respond quickly […] Read More

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New Study Reveals Majority of Healthcare Organizations Lack Resources to Manage Data Breaches

Posted on: May 19, 2016 by Chris Murray

The “Sixth Annual Benchmark Study on Privacy & Security” by the Ponemon Institute reveals that healthcare organizations have experienced an increased frequency of breaches. Many of them lack the money and resources to manage data breaches caused by evolving cyber threats, preventable mistakes, and other dangers. The study surveyed healthcare organizations and business associates (BA) to […] Read More

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Why It’s Crucial for Nursing Homes to Carry Cyber Liability Coverage

Posted on: May 12, 2016 by Chris Murray

On a number of occasions, we have written about the high-profile data breach cases that have made headline news – from Target and Home Depot to Anthem and Premera Blue Cross, among many others. However, it’s not only the newsmakers that are vulnerable to cyber attacks – any organization that stores its data digitally is […] Read More

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Cyber Criminals Employ Old and New Tactics to Obtain Company Data, Funds

Posted on: October 13, 2015 by Caitlin Morgan

Cyber crime is estimated to cost the global economy around $445 billion a year, according to McAfee, a security technology company. The resulting losses are both direct and indirect, with many businesses citing downtime or lost productivity as a significant outcome of some cyber criminal activity. What’s more, every business connected to the Internet can expect […] Read More

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Educational Institutions Increasingly Face Cyber Crime and Fraud

Posted on: December 11, 2012 by Caitlin Morgan

Educational Institutions Increasingly Face Cyber Crime and Fraud Just like any other industry, including for-profit companies, colleges and universities are increasingly facing exposures when it comes to cyber crime, occupational fraud, and other types of losses. At a recent conference of the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Massachusetts (AICUM), the topic of fraud […] Read More

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