cybersecurity

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Post date: May 22, 2017
From Facebook to Snapchat to Skype and ordinary text messaging on a smartphone—the distractions are endless when it comes to employees trying to stay focused on doing exactly what it is that they were hired to do: work. Isaac Kohen, CEO and founder of Teramind, is an expert in providing employers...
Post date: October 27, 2016
There have been too many instances in 2016 of human error causing company data to be compromised, from the Snapchat breach, where an attacker posed as one of the company’s chief executives to trick an employee into releasing employee financial data, to the Seagate incident where a senior HR...
Post date: September 8, 2016
Cyberattacks are more common and more destructive than ever before, forcing companies to invest in advanced security systems to combat the increasing threat of a data breach. And yet, despite company’s best efforts to prevent an attack, cybercriminals are bypassing companies’ complex IT security...
Post date: July 10, 2017
Employees bring their phones, laptops, and tablets to work every day. While there are rewards associated with bring your own device (BYOD) policies, like cutting costs for companies and increasing employee productivity, there are also risks.   BYOD carries vulnerabilities, such as enabling malware...
Post date: January 14, 2016
Have you ever spent time with a company that has a really strong safety culture?  Strong safety cultures are woven into employee actions as naturally as the way we breathe in and out. Even as a supplier, you feel the safety imperative—from gentle reminders to hold hand rails when walking down a...
Post date: April 19, 2017
In 2015, thousands of patients had their personal health data compromised when a former University of Oklahoma physician’s laptop was stolen. The university was unable to ascertain the extent of the damage or determine exactly what information was on the employee’s laptop. Exacerbating the problem...
Post date: January 8, 2016
The Wall Street Journal recently quoted Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf on the topic of cybersecurity: "it's the only expense where I ask if it's enough" (Dec 21, 2015). It's great that the CEO recognizes the significance of this issue, but don't just lead by spending more; engage the entire business,...
Post date: October 30, 2017
When it comes to cybercrimes, businesses must constantly be iterating and improving their security protocols. Companies store valuable information, from personal employee data to corporate trade secrets, that can attract the attention of malicious criminals looking for profitable data to steal....