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U.S. agency warns of cyber attacks against remote workers

Make sure your employees working from home use an up-to-date Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to the office. Require your workforce to use an authentication app, such as Duo, Authy, or even Microsoft or Google. And make sure they’re on alert for phishing scams. That’s advice from the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency …

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COVID-19 to test technology for working remotely – and securely

The coronavirus pandemic has sharply focused attention on working remotely. Dozens of articles now offer advice on how to stay focused, how to battle feelings of isolation. Just a few discuss the technology needed to do this. Many of our clients work with protected data, so it’s not as simple as setting aside some space …

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Federal allegations against Huawei could disrupt 5G development in U.S.

The controversy over a leading 5G technology firm, Huawei of China, intensified last week when the U.S. Department of Justice accused it of racketeering and stealing trade secrets. The federal indictment accuses Huawei and several of its subsidiaries of a decades-long effort to “misappropriate” intellectual property, such as source code and user manuals for internet …

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IRS steps up data security expectations for tax preparers

The Internal Revenue Service expects tax professionals to safeguard their clients’ financial and personal data this tax season. The agency held a Security Summit in December to remind firms and individuals doing tax returns to take steps to protect client tax data. The effort seeks to prevent identity fraud – and fraudulent returns – especially …

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NIST has new Privacy tool to help with growing regulations

As a patchwork of privacy regulations start to appear at the state level in the U.S., the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released guidance on how to keep data private. The new, “version 1.0” framework is designed to help enterprises manage privacy risks. It follows a similar framework tool developed to manage …

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Ransomware Costs More Than A Single Payment

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