New School Year, New Threats to Higher Education Data Security
As the new school year heats up so are cyber security threats statistics say. With the opening of the fall term, many colleges and schools across the country are seeing an increase presence of cyber criminals trying to breach their walls.
Author: Sally Rozumalski - Date: 2019-09-03Ransomware Keeps 22 Texas Government Agencies at a Standstill
More and more cities across the US are falling victim to cyberattacks. With no signs of letting up.
In Texas, this statistic has become reality, as 22 small towns have been hacked, and held for ransom.
Author: Sally Rozumalski - Date: 2019-08-22The SHIELD Act has passed… Now what?
New York state has a new law! This will drastically change our approach to data breaches, what signifies a breach and who must report, while also imposing more stringent penalties on companies for cyber security incidents! Are you prepared?
Author: Sally Rozumalski - Date: 2019-07-24Is Tape Back Up Still Relevant?
As the years go on, tape is not going away. In fact, the technology behind tapes is improving! The question is: are there enough discussions taking place about this data back-up method?
Author: Sally Rozumalski - Date: 2019-06-13Data Destruction, What is the Big Deal?
Ensuring the secure destruction of private data not only gives you piece of mind, but also could potentially save you thousands if not millions of dollars in data breach fines.
Author: Sally Rozumalski - Date: 2019-04-19