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Incidentally In the News: FireEye and SolarWinds

The last week has been one of speculation, revelation, and a lot of reporting on the cyber breach discovered at FireEye and subsequently SolarWinds.  If you aren’t in cybersecurity, some

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Is There a Shortage of Cybersecurity Talent, or are Companies Setting Unrealistic Expectations, Limiting Whom They View as Qualified?

The Information System Security Certification Consortium (ISC2) recently released a report which said that there is a void of cybersecurity talent worldwide, with approximately 3.1 million professionals needed within the

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Podcast: Information Security with CTO Larry Whiteside, Jr.

Episode Summary During Cybersecurity Awareness Month we received several questions on a host of topics and are happy to bring some follow up answers to our audience. This week we

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How Should We Think About the Internet of Medical Things

The term, Internet of Things (IoT), was first coined in 1999 by an executive at Procter & Gamble who was trying to gain momentum for new RFID technology.  It wasn’t

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Why is Healthcare Particularly Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks?

While it’s widely reported that healthcare isn’t necessarily targeted any more than other industries, the complications for the industry are compounded by many things including the COVID-19 crisis, the increase

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Election Day: The Cyber Threat Few are Talking About

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) via the Cybersecurity Infrastructure and Security Agency (CISA) has set up a virtual war room to remain alert and on the lookout for suspicious

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Ransomware Advisories: Is Your Cybersecurity Firm Ready?

Uptake and Update on Ransomware Ransom demands continue to grow at an increasing rate in 2020 with data exfiltration employed more and more in the number of incidents that we

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Foresight: A prospectus on the future of cybersecurity

Sophocles never could have imagined just how right he was when he said those ominous words in 450 BC. And though millennia would pass before the vast discoveries in human

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Podcast: Has the number of data privacy cybersecurity incidents risen during this crisis?

Has the number of data privacy cybersecurity incidents risen during this crisis? Has the response changed? Tune into this episode of Incidentally to hear from John Merchant with Optio Insurance

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Podcast: Business Interruption: What to Expect with Baker Tilly, Beazley Canada and CyberClan’s own Kadir Levent

EPISODE SUMMARY Suffering a breach is hard enough, having your business go latent while you remediate the situation can be devastating. Laura Hodgins with Beazley Canada helps us understand the

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