Over Half Of SMBs Have Experienced A Data Breach

Following Cisco’s SMB Cybersecurity Report, which has revealed that 53% of midmarket companies have experienced a data breach, Todd Peterson, Product Manager at One Identity, discusses why they are such an attractive target to hackers and how they can protect against attack. Todd Peterson, Product Manager at One Identity: “There are so many more SMBs […]

SEC Fines Voya Financial Advisors One Million Dollars For Failed Identity Protection

In its first enforcement of the Identity Theft Red Flags Rule, the SEC fined Voya Financial Advisors one million dollars for insufficient security policies to protect confidential personal data. Will LaSala, Director Security Solutions, Security Evangelist at OneSpan: “This is another big indicator along with the increase in the size of fines that other corporations are […]

Getting The Airlines Back On Their Feet After A Disaster

IT managers and disaster recovery planners

Just a few weeks ago, Brussels airspace was closed for several hours following a technical problem. Labelled “a disaster” for Brussels Airport, the incident saw flights cancelled, delayed or diverted and passengers stranded. Unfortunately, this isn’t an isolated event and in fact they’re on the rise. TSB and Visa have both recently suffered technical downtime […]

Trump Administration Takes Steps Towards New Data Privacy Policy

Following the news that the Trump administration has taken its first steps towards crafting a nationwide data privacy policy, Paul Bischoff, Privacy Advocate at Comparitech, discusses whether a uniform national approach is realistic, why this is important and the possible implications for consumers and companies. Paul Bischoff, Privacy Advocate at Comparitech: “A uniform approach to […]