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What is the difference between Compliance and Security in IT?

What is the difference between compliance and security in technology?  Is there a difference? Yes, there is a difference. While cybersecurity and IT compliance have elements in common, they are still different protocols. Consider the definitions: Cybersecurity is implementing and managing security controls to protect an organization and its assets. Compliance is implementing and managing …

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ImageQuest retains SOC 2 Type II attestation

We received our 2021 SOC 2 Type II attestation last week when the auditors sent us their report. SOC stands for System and Organization Controls. A SOC 2 report uses a framework developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants to audit how an organization processes, secures, makes available, and keeps confidential information from …

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ImageQuest’s Shutt and Ramsay attend KnowBe4 conference

ImageQuest’s Sammi Jo Shutt and Tracy Ramsay increased their expertise in security training, ongoing phishing tests, and other security training strategies by attending the annual KnowBe4 security education conference. Sammi Jo, ImageQuest’s Lead Information Security Advisor, and Tracy, who is also an Information Advisor, attended training sessions on security awareness, security culture, global cyberwar incidents, …

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Meet a Cybercriminal accused of hacking Kaseya

Polish authorities arrested 22-year-old Ukranian Yaroslav Vasinskyi on Oct. 8 in connection with attacks on software provider Kaseya and others. In an indictment a month later, the U.S. Department of Justice accused Vasinskyi of unleashing Sodinokibi/REvil ransomware on Kaseya and other victims. Vasinkyi and a co-defendant, 28-year-old Russian Yevgeniy Polyanin, “deployed some of the internet’s …

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Our IT New Year’s resolutions: Worry less about ransomware, phishing

Here’s a New Year’s resolution for you: Worry less about ransomware. Ha! you say, impossible! Well, not if you take certain steps. And if your internal IT team is stretched thin (hello, log4j) some steps might have been missed. We have a checklist to help you achieve this New Year’s resolution – and for another …

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ImageQuest promotes Shutt to Lead Information Security Analyst

ImageQuest’s Sammi Jo Shutt has been promoted to Lead Information Security Analyst. In this role, Sammi Jo will help hire, train, and develop a team of Information Security Advisors focused on doubling ImageQuest’s Advisory Services business for the third consecutive year. ImageQuest hired Sammi Jo in January 2019 to join Lee Walton as a security …

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ImageQuest welcomes two essential team members

Alyssia Syphers and Joseph Viscusi have joined ImageQuest as Client Support Manager and Project Manager, respectively. The two are essential to keeping our Remote Support Center (RSC) and client projects running smoothly. Both said they saw tremendous opportunities to make a difference at ImageQuest. Alyssia ensures our RSC is staffed and follows correct processes to …

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Meet a Cybercriminal: Oleksandr Vitalyevich Ieremenko

Ukrainian Oleksandr Ieremenko, 30, tops a recently re-launched Most Wanted List from the U.S. Secret Service. We say “tops” because Ieremenko and a colleague each have a $1 million reward for information on their whereabouts. The U.S. wants Ieremenko for 2010 hacks into newswires that host business press releases. The stolen releases provided insider knowledge …

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Federal government cracking down on contractors with poor cybersecurity

Do you do business with the government? If you or your firm are a government contractor and suffer a security incident or misrepresent your cybersecurity practices, heads up. The U.S. Department of Justice could sue you. The DOJ recently said it would leverage the existing False Claims Act (FCA) to pursue cybersecurity-related fraud by government …

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