Nothing to Fear but a Data Incident

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For decades, it seems, public speaking was America’s biggest phobia. However, a recent study from Chapman University found that’s changed: Cyber-terrorism, corporate tracking of personal information, government tracking of personal information, identity theft and credit card fraud are now five of the top 10 fears held by Americans. Even a few of the other five […]

3 Cyber Security Lessons to Learn from 2015

3 Cyber Security Lessons to Learn from 2015

One of the best ways to improve is to learn from others’ mistakes. The good news is, with cyber security, there’s no shortage of curriculum. Looking at the last year alone, we’ve seen devastating cyber security attacks and data breaches that affected millions of Americans. The healthcare industry, the federal government and one of the […]

Protect your E-Signatures and E-Signed Documents from a Data Breach

Protect your E-Signatures

In celebration of October’s designation as National Cyber Security Awareness Month, we are taking a closer look into the security of electronic signatures. To understand how connected we all are to our technology, we can simply look at how we spend the first few minutes of the day. A study from IDC Research found that […]