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The Behavioral Economics of Why Executives Underinvest in Cybersecurity

Original article by Alex Blau posted on June 7, 2017 here. Determining the ROI for any cybersecurity investment, from staff training to AI-enabled authentication managers, can best be described as an enigma shrouded in mystery. The digital threat landscape changes constantly, and it’s very difficult to know the probability of any given attack succeeding — or […]

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 the Average Cost of a Data Breach?: How to Cost-Effectively Manage Your Cyber Risk

It’s been another bad month for data breaches. In highest-profile breach, Experian famously had 15 million records stolen. 7 Trump Hotels fell victim to hackers. 80,000 California college students are suspected to be at risk for stolen data. And 4.6 million Scottrade customers were affected in a cyber-attack. That’s a lot of stolen records, and […]

The CEO’s Plain English Cybersecurity Guide

The goal of this cybersecurity guide is to provide senior executives and directors with an understanding of the cybersecurity problem and what to do about it. No technical knowledge is necessary because, frankly, most of what you need to manage your organization’s risk involves engaging experts. Protect your organization. Get the comprehensive cybersecurity guide every […]

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