As we gather at this time of year to express our gratitude for those people and things most important in our lives, perhaps one of the things on that list at work is that you have not suffered through a security incident or breach this past year, or ever. Indeed, this is reason to be thankful! However, when it comes to privacy and security incidents, it is not a matter of IF but WHEN. So be grateful for your good … Read More
Cybersecurity is not an aspect of your business that can be tackled once and then forgotten. The threats are constantly evolving. They require attention and resources. Here are 5 tips to make sure your company is prepared in case of an attack.
- Disaster Recovery Plan– Data is the lifeblood of most organizations. Where is your data stored? What would happen to your business if a natural disaster like a fire, flood or other catastrophe struck the location where your
To effectively guard against an enemy of any kind it’s important to know your enemy. This strategy is just as effective when fighting an online battle to protect your company’s data.
Before you can effectively defend against cyberattacks, it is important to educate yourself on potential threats and how to handle them. We invite you to join us on September 7 for part two of the Columbus Cybersecurity Series featuring FBI agent David Fine returns. During this portion of the … Read More
This is the first of a three-part series on the implications of cybersecurity threats on boards of directors.
Now, more than ever, corporate boards face an immense challenge to ensure that their companies are prepared for cybersecurity threats before they occur. It is not question of if a corporation will be hit by a cybersecurity incident or data breach, but when.
The Existing Cybersecurity Landscape and Associated Risks
The landscape that corporate boards face has never been more treacherous, with … Read More
*This is the fifth post in a five-part series on cyber insurance, culminating in a webinar entitled “Insurance Coverage for Privacy and Data Breaches, Hot Topics and Critical Issues” on Wednesday, April 22, 2015, at 12:00-1:00 p.m. Eastern.
A common question we often hear CEOs, CFOs, and Directors of businesses and public and private institutions ask is “What terms and conditions should I consider when buying cyber insurance?” We have compiled a list of some of the most important … Read More
The recent Anthem breach may potentially affect 80 million people. Employers who contracted with Anthem as an insurer (or as a third party administrator for their self-insured plans) must now realize that defending their digital perimeter is not enough. Health insurance companies (and their brokers, TPAs, and other insurance support organizations) and large health/hospital systems, who are subject to myriad federal (HIPAA) and state privacy and security laws, are all vulnerable and should prepare now. You should assume that successful … Read More