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  • RSAC AdBoard: Checking In with Todd Inskeep on 2018 Predictions and Beyond

    by RSAC Editorial Team on July 13, 2018

    It’s hard to believe but we have reached the midway point of 2018 already. Where does the time go? Part of the fun that we have closing out each year is looking ahead to what the year ahead and beyond brings in terms of trends, topics and industry movement. We did this with the RSA Conference Advisory Board back in December 2017 looking at what is to come in this blog post. We want to revisit some…

  • Fast Detection of Breaches is ideal to keep Financial Data Safe

    by Salvatore J. Stolfo on April 10, 2018

    Malicious attacks targeting a company’s confidential financial data with the intent to make a profit is nothing new. What is disturbing, however, is the amount of time the hacker can go unnoticed, in some reported cases of breaches as long as months. In 2015, 32 Ukranian hackers made as much as $100 million by accessing financial earnings press releases stored at PRNewswire and other newswire…

  • Into the Breach: How Cyber Prepared Is Your Organization?

    by Sean Duca on April 5, 2018

    When you think of recent breaches, you wonder about the company’s preparedness and how they handled the communication process with customers, employees, regulators and the government. Today, cyber risk is a real challenge and it should be treated as a business issue rather than a technology issue. No data breach should come as a complete surprise; rather, as a foreseeable event for which you are…

  • If You Haven’t Filed Your Taxes, You May Want to Get Them Filed Today

    by RSAC Editorial Team on March 9, 2018

    In 2016, the IRS paid out nearly $239 million in “suspect tax refunds” and while the organization announced a steep decline in tax-related identity theft last year, fraud is an ongoing issue this time of year. In light of recent data breaches that made U.S. residents’ personal information more vulnerable than usual, it is likely that the number of fraudulent tax returns will increase in 2018. So, …

  • How Educational Institutions Are Failing to Adequately Protect Student Data

    by Tony Kontzer on February 28, 2018

    With security at the forefront of hot button issues across the country right now, one threat often gone unnoticed to students' well-being is the growing frequency with which their personal data is being compromised. Cyber criminals' increased interest in attacking education systems imperils students' financial futures and privacy, and gives parents a reason to question whether schools are up to…

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