How Colorado’s Recent Cybersecurity Law Affects Businesses on cyberguard360.com

How Colorado’s Recent Cybersecurity Law Affects Businesses

By Seymour Bacon-August 14, 2019 -No Comments

Colorado’s new cybersecurity law is among the strictest in the nation. What does it require, and what does that

State Laws Regarding Data Breach Notification on cyberguard360.com

State Laws Regarding Data Breach Notification

By Seymour Bacon-August 7, 2019 -No Comments

My company suffered a data breach. What does my state require? Cybercrime is one of the biggest threats to

A Round-Up of Significant Cyber Laws and What May Be Coming on cyberguard360.com

A Round-Up of Significant Cyber Laws and What May Be Coming

By Seymour Bacon-July 31, 2019 -No Comments

The past couple of years have seen significant changes for the cybersecurity sector. Recent and proposed rules will affect

Cybersecurity: Compliance vs. Real-World Risk Management on cyberguard360.com

Cybersecurity: Compliance vs. Real-World Risk Management

By Seymour Bacon-July 24, 2019 -No Comments

4 real-world problems of cybersecurity risk management Cybersecurity is one of the top concerns facing businesses across all industries.

California’s SB-327 is Breaking New Ground on Data Privacy and Security on cyberguard360.com

California’s SB-327 is Breaking New Ground on Data Privacy and Security

By Seymour Bacon-July 17, 2019 -No Comments

2020 will see a new California cybersecurity law take effect which is expected to serve as a template for

Biometric Security: Is It Always More Secure? on cyberguard360.com

Biometric Security: Is It Always More Secure?

By Seymour Bacon-July 10, 2019 -No Comments

Biometric security provides added protection as well as convenience—but what are the downsides? Biometric security is now everywhere, locking

The Top Cyber-Attack Vectors Your Company is Probably Overlooking on cyberguard360.com

The Top Cyber-Attack Vectors Your Company is Probably Overlooking

By Seymour Bacon-June 26, 2019 -No Comments

Cybercriminals are relentless in their hacking efforts, and they’re using a variety of attack vectors to do their dirty

A Pennsylvania Legal Ruling Means That a Company May be Liable for Not Protecting Employee Data on cyberguard360.com

A Pennsylvania Legal Ruling Means That a Company May be Liable for Not Protecting Employee Data

By Seymour Bacon-June 19, 2019 -No Comments

Great legal emphasis is placed on companies protecting their own interests and those of their customers by safeguarding data.

Gone Phishing: What's Different About These Social Engineering Attacks in 2019 on cyberguard360.com

Gone Phishing: What’s Different About These Social Engineering Attacks in 2019

By Seymour Bacon-June 12, 2019 -No Comments

Attackers have been “phishing” for over two decades, but they have evolved their techniques to continue tricking individuals and

How Social Media Could Put Your Company’s Cybersecurity at Risk

How Social Media Could Put Your Company’s Cybersecurity at Risk

By Seymour Bacon-June 5, 2019 -No Comments

Your social media accounts may pose a threat—and you may not even know it More than 77 percent of