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Phishing and Ransomware Become More Prevalent [LINK]

The Buy MD Cyber program includes member companies who share their expertise and insight on a broad range of cybersecurity topics. In this post, we’re excited to share a blog from the Deep Run Security website entitled, “Tips to protect against Phishing and Ransomware.” Today, the news is chock full of stories about phishing and […]

CAMI’S First Signature Event – April 7th, 2016

The Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. (CAMI) is partnering with the MD Department of Commerce, Chesapeake Regional Tech Council and Greater Baltimore Committee to host our first Signature event designed to help keep Maryland’s businesses cyber secure and connect them with Maryland’s cybersecurity providers. Join us for an information-packed cybersecurity panel discussion followed by a […]

Securing Mobile Apps: Protecting Sensitive Financial Data

As the percentage of users on mobile devices grows, financial institutions are turning more and more to app developers to stay relevant in their customers’ minds. Though mobile applications deliver great convenience, improved branding, and other benefits to both the user and financial institutions, they can also pose a significant security threat. Securing mobile applications […]

CAMI Releases Maryland Cybersecurity Resource Guide in Baltimore Business Journal

The Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. (CAMI) developed a strategic partnership with the Baltimore Business Journal (BBJ) to produce the Maryland Cybersecurity Resource Guide which was distributed in today's March 4, 2016 BBJ issue.

The Top 10 Cybersecurity Threats for Financial Institutions

Since financial data is one of the most appealing targets for hackers, institutions dealing primarily in finance need to remain extra vigilant about cybersecurity. In fact, security experts cite cyber threats as one of the top risks to financial markets. To help your organization plan for the coming year, here are 2016’s top 10 cybersecurity […]

How to Prevent Data Breaches in Healthcare Organizations

While data breaches from companies such as Anthem and BlueCross BlueShield have received plenty of national news coverage, there have been many smaller healthcare organizations that have unknowingly been hacked. In particular, small physician practices are easy targets, and are especially vulnerable to attacks and data breaches. Implementing an effective cybersecurity program can not only […]

What’s In A Name? CAMI & BMC

You may have recently noticed increased mentions of the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. along with Buy MD Cyber (BMC). The Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. – or CAMI as we often refer to it – is the nonprofit organization formed in 2015 to operate the Buy MD Cyber (BMC) program. As you know, the […]

5 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2016

  This post was inspired by an article from Information Security Buzz. We’re reposting the information to spread awareness about growing cybersecurity trends. If you’re interested in the topics presented in the article and want to speak to a expert about protecting your organization, click the links below to find a cybersecurity expert specializing in: […]

Press Release: Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. Hosts Meetup in Annapolis

Contact: Stacey Smith, Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc.(CAMI)/Buy MD Cyber Phone: 443-844-0047 Email: [email protected] Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc.(CAMI)/Buy MD Cyber Partners with MD Chamber of Commerce and Chesapeake Regional Tech Council to Host Meetup in Annapolis Annapolis, MD: On December 1, 2015, the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc.(CAMI)/Buy MD Cyber hosted its first Annapolis-area Buy […]

Implementing NIST Cybersecurity Standards for Healthcare Organizations

As cyber attacks continue to evolve in sophistication and frequency, healthcare organizations find themselves in need of a new standard that is able to keep up. While the HITECH Act and other laws protect some aspects of patient data, more can be done to address modern cybersecurity needs. To help critical infrastructures including healthcare stay […]

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