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Suffering IT woes? Maybe you need this solution

Is your organization experiencing the following issues? Your business units don’t feel they have the proper software and applications to run their business in 2021. You feel like some of your competitors or peers have “better” systems than you do, and you don’t understand why. You can’t easily articulate what you’re spending on technology and …

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California Consumer Protection Act – first class-action lawsuit settled

If you do business with customers living in California – be aware. The state’s new data privacy law is already spawning class-action suits over data breaches. Hanna Andersson, a Portland, Ore.-based retailer of premium children’s clothing, became the first company to settle such a suit brought under the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA.) Interestingly, the …

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ImageQuest guidance on the SolarWinds cyberattack

12/22/202 UPDATE: The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) published further guidance regarding the SolarWinds cyberattack. Aimed at federal agencies, this supplemental guidance nevertheless is helpful to other organizations that use SolarWinds’ Orion software. Under “Conditions for Reconnecting Unaffected Versions,” CISA says it is “still assessing whether it is appropriate to relax ED 21-01’s …

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Renewing your cyber insurance in 2021? Do your homework

Executives are increasing their cyber insurance coverage after watching the growing number of ransomware reports, business email compromise, and other cyberattacks. But cyber insurance remains a challenging product for insurers and customers alike. Actuarial data is still evolving. Several sources report buyers should expect price increases, especially with many people still working at home, away …

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IT security measures are for everyone – including the CEO

A crook is making news for offering to sell hundreds of stolen C-level email user names and passwords. “The login information has been verified by cybersecurity teams and is for Office 365 and Microsoft accounts of CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CTOs, and other senior positions,” TechRepublic reported Wednesday. The email user name and password combinations are …

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