Equifax confimrs it’s been hacked again. What happened this time? Let’s learn together and protect ourselves with SCS’s security hardening services.
Here’s what happened in Accenture’s recent data leak, what they did wrong, and how you can avoid the same mistakes with SCS’s security offerings.
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The US Cybersecurity Act of 2015 introduced new initiatives that will strengthen the Federal Government’s cybersecurity defenses, and furthers collaboration between Government and Business in the fight against cyber threats, although under this law, Business is […]
A practical understanding of the Cybersecurity Act of 2015, with information security and privacy implications for Contractors. As part of the $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill (H.R. 2029) that President Obama signed into law […]
SCS’s 2016 Cybersecurity Outlook In 2015, we witnessed a number of high profile cyberattacks and data breaches that affected a wide variety of industries. The swiss cheese defense of some of the nation’s largest healthcare […]
Records Retention Standards often omit data provided in response to e-Discovery requests. Although media and communication protection policies govern the proper security of the data you provide to the requestor (media use, transmission and encryption […]
The US Small Business Administration recently launched its new cybersecurity guidance web site, dedicated to promoting smart cybersecurity business practices within the small business community. Not coincidentally, sba.gov launched its new cybersecurity portal during National […]