Tag Archives: Security Breach

Yet Another Facebook Breach: Use this opportunity to get smart about your online privacy and security

The struggles continue for Facebook. As you hopefully know by now, on Sept. 28, the social media giant announced a security breach affecting 50 million accounts. The breach involved the theft of password tokens that allow a user to stay signed in or to sign into numerous third party applications, such as Spotify, Instagram and Yelp, among thousands of others. We thought to take the opportunity with this most recent breach to remind you about best practices that can help … Read More

Corporate Boards: The Challenges and Risks of Maneuvering Through Cybersecurity

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

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