Tag Archives: InfoSec

Need-to-Know GDPR Terminology for Compliance Success- Part 2

GDPR Terminology

GDPR from A-Z Organizations worldwide are scrambling to meet GDPR compliance before the regulation takes effect on May 25th of this year (2018). Other still aren’t taking it seriously enough. Hopefully, you’re here because your organization is committed to taking the necessary steps towards GDPR compliance. If you’re just beginning… Read more »

Need-to-Know GDPR Terminology for Compliance Success- Part 1

GDPR Terminology

GDPR from A-Z The GDPR is just a few months away, which means the countdown-crunch to compliance has begun. If you’re just beginning to learn about the General Data Protection Regulation, being implemented by the European Union in May, use this GDPR Terminology Cheat-Sheet (terms from A to D) to… Read more »

A Simple Journey to GDPR Compliance: Data Reporting

GDPR data reporting

  A Simple Journey to GDPR Compliance: Data Reporting So, you’re trying to make sense of these new data protection regulations being implemented by the European Union. Breaking down your compliance process into steps can help make the task a little easier.  By now you should have discovered the data… Read more »

A Simple Journey to GDPR Compliance: Data Protection

GDPR data protection

A Simple Journey to GDPR Compliance: Data Protection Welcome back to our blog series explaining how to achieve effective GDPR compliance through four simple steps.  The main objective of GDPR legislation is to protect and empower all EU citizens with stringent information rights.  After you have discovered the data that… Read more »

Drafting Cyber Security Policy for your Company

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Drafting Cyber Security Policy for your Company The aspects you need to cover when drafting or updating your company’s cyber security policy- from employee responsibilities to federal compliance policies. Drafting cyber security policy for your company can seem an overwhelming task. There is so much to cover and it all… Read more »

Who’s responsible for the Cyber Security of your Company?

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Who’s responsible for the Cyber Security of your Company? Many companies hold IT solely responsible for online information privacy and security, but experts agree that this is not a sustainable security business model. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Former CIA and NSA Director, Gen. Michael Hayden, calls… Read more »

WannaCry Ransomware Roundup

WananCry Ransomware Roundup

On May 12, 2017, a new ransomware strain, deemed “WannaCry” (WannaCrypt), was found by Malwarebytes (an anti-malware software company). Programmed to run in 27 languages, the ransomware’s first major infection, which grabbed all our attention, was when it hit the National Health Service of Britain (NHS). British authorities said that… Read more »

Women in Tech: National Cyber Security Organizations

National Cyber Security Organizations

Women in Tech: National Cyber Security Organizations After working with Women in Cyber Security (WiCyS) recently, as a sponsor of their yearly conference, I was curious about what other great organizations were making similar efforts to champion women in the information security and privacy field. As I began my search, I… Read more »

5 Steps to Increase Your Cyber Security Awareness

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5 Steps to Increase Your Cyber Security Awareness Many people want to increase their cyber security awareness, but are at a loss as to how or what to do about it. Our classes, at CyberTraining 365, have more of a technical bent toward very technical certifications, but it doesn’t require… Read more »

Friday Cyber Headlines (Video): Tax Data in the Cloud, MouseJack Exploit, German Hospital Ransomware Attack

Video Blog: In this Friday Cyber Headlines blog I sit down with one of our lead instructors Timber Wolfe to discuss the top stories of the week. It’s tax season and everyone wants to know if it is safe to file online. Timber talks about the precautions you should take… Read more »