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Weekly Data Protection & Compliance Links: August 7, 2015

Here is a list of our favorite data security link finds of the week. This time we’re talking about hacking cities, making security a company-wide conversation, a result of the OPM breach, measuring success, and we even quote Lord Kelvin. Below you’ll find our weekly recap. Turn the Security Monologue into a Company-Wide Conversation – Aimee… Read more »

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Weekly Data Protection & Compliance Links: July 31, 2015

This week’s recap features an age-old phishing tale, tips for better compliance training, dueling Google security research, an interactive tool to see how many times you’ve likely been hacked, and more! How Many Times Has Your Personal Information Been Exposed to Hackers? – Josh Keller (@Josh Keller), K. K. Rebecca Lai (@KKRebeccaLai), and Nicole Perlroth… Read more »

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Weekly Data Protection & Compliance Links: July 24, 2015

From more high-profile hacks to questions about the intersection of morality and security, this week has left us worse for the wear. Why don’t you take some time to check out the links below (we’ve picked out some important reads). InfoSec Pros Spend Most Time, Money on Self-Inflicted Problems – Maria Korolov, @MariaKorolov As you… Read more »

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Weekly Data Protection & Compliance Links: July 17, 2015

Once again, we’ve gone digging through the Internet to compile some of the best reads on security and data protection we could find. This week we bring you epic security fails (that resulted in job losses), a new hire to help the c-suite sleep better at night, an employee-backed rally for stronger security policies (what?)… Read more »

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Weekly Data Protection & Compliance Links: July 10, 2015

As usual, we’ve pulled together our list of the best security- and data protection-related reads of the week. If you’re feeling a little drowsy, you better hold on because this edition is overflowing with juicy security finds. From international hacks to a potential Wi-Fi nightmare to an industry plea to just be kind–this one has… Read more »

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Weekly Data Protection & Compliance Links: July 3, 2015

Can you believe it’s July? No, can you believe it’s 2015’s third quarter? Let’s not even talk about where this year is flying off to. Instead, focus on the holiday weekend ahead and some especially good Friday link finds. This week we’re talking about security’s tipping point (did you even know it had one?), hard… Read more »

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50% of Worst Data Breaches Attributed to Human Error

Okay, we admit it. We may have a slight obsession with keeping up on the latest security reports (specifically regarding security awareness). But there’s good reason. Tucked between the data and the charts are patterns of behavior. Identifying these patterns can help us improve our security posture. The 2015 Information Security Breaches Survey commissioned by… Read more »

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Weekly Data Protection & Compliance Links: June 19, 2015

Welcome back to the weekend! So glad you found us. This weekly link recap features advice from the White House, a memo to boards of directors to start paying attention, and a dash of industrial cyber espionage. What could be better? Let’s jump right in. Cybersecurity Advice From a Former White House CIO – Theresa… Read more »

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