10 Tips For Building Your Cyber Resilience

January 18, 2018
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We live in a time of constant cyber threat, and one thing remains certain: cyber criminals are not slowing down. Organizations that can return to regular business operations quickly following a cyber attack will have a significant advantage over those that are unprepared. Unfortunately, according to the 2016 Ponemon Institute study, only 32% of IT […]

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ITWC: How to achieve security compliance in the face of cyber threats

It was a great year for deceit in 2017 as hackers launched multiple successful attacks against corporations, organizations, governments, and individuals on an unprecedented global scale. The media cyber security darling — or demon — was the WannaCry crypto-worm, which held hostage the files of thousands of Windows users around the world until a Bitcoin ransom was […]

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When Your Company Gets Hacked, Will You Be Prepared?

January 16, 2018

New report indicates cyber complacency is a growing problem in corporate boardrooms globally Los Angeles, Calif. – Jan. 16, 2017 “Every company will be hacked”, according to Roger Grimes, in a recent story he wrote for CSO. It’s a scary statement to make but Grimes, a 30-year tech industry road warrior who spent the past 11 years […]

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‘Evolving’ PCI DSS 3.2 Requirements Become MANDATORY on February 1, 2018

January 10, 2018
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Herjavec Group Contributors: David Mundhenk and Alex Spanovic, Security Consulting Services The current PCI DSS 3.2 requirements were previously considered best practices but are set to become operational in February. For example, multi-factor authentication becomes mandatory as of February 1, 2018. Companies must adhere to these compliance requirements, especially where payments are concerned.  Review the […]

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NEW REPORT: Cybersecurity Conversations For The C-Suite in 2018

January 8, 2018

In 2018, get back to basics.  As we become accustomed to cyber attacks compromising enterprise environments and flashy breach headlines splashed across the news, we risk becoming complacent towards the enterprise need for a proactive cyber defense. It’s time we double down on compliance, cyber hygiene, and the elements of a proactive defense strategy in order […]

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Webinar: Are You Ready For PCI D-Day?

January 2, 2018

Join Herjavec Group’s David Mundhenk, a member of the PCI Dream Team, for a discussion around PCI DSS 3.2.  The current PCI DSS 3.2 requirements were previously considered best practices but are set to become operational in February. For example, multi-factor authentication becomes mandatory as of February 1, 2018. Companies must adhere to these compliance […]

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Preparing for a Security Incident: Building an Incident Response Plan

Building an Incident Response Plan

In the cybersecurity realm, a cyber incident is inevitable. In 2017, there were a number of high-profile security breaches and confidential customer data being leaked on the Dark Web. We have to ask ourselves…what can we do to protect our organizations? In his book, Scouting for Boys, Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of the Boy Scouts, […]

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The 2017 Identity and Access Management Report

December 7, 2017
2017 IAM Report

  Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that organizations globally will spend more than $16 billion annually on IAM products and services by 2022. The Identity and Access Management (IAM) industry is facing many challenges as businesses understand the need for increased digital identity security. Many high-profile breaches in the past three years have occurred as a result […]

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Herjavec Group Cybersecurity Cast: The 2017 Cybercrime Podcast: State of the Industry

November 30, 2017

Herjavec Group has launched its very own podcast, The Cybersecurity Cast! Produced by Herjavec Group, The Cybersecurity Cast features discussions on the latest news, trends, vulnerabilities, and exploits in the cybersecurity space. Topics include healthcare, ransomware, identity and access management, and more. Episode 5: The 2017 Cybercrime Podcast – State of the Industry Tune into […]

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Palo Alto Networks: Doing Multifactor Authentication the PCI Way

November 21, 2017

Mention the term multifactor authentication (MFA), to a typical system or application administrator, and you will encounter a wide range of responses, from a look of complete confusion to those sporting a barely contained, albeit outright scowl. Such individuals routinely log into dozens or even hundreds of computer and network systems daily to perform their […]

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