Cyber Security Awareness and Vulnerabilities Blog

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It seems as if government agencies, both locally and nationally, are making headlines for mostly the wrong reasons these days. From scandals to breaches and cybersecurity this has become such a sensitive subject within the past year that these events have left most…

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It’s amazing how much cyber-security has grown over the past few years. Where we were once worried about keystroke logging or Trojan horse attacks, we now face situations like ransomware and cyber warfare. User credentials are still the number one target for bad…

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Retail is arguably the leader in terms of the most financial transactions executed in an industry. With that in mind, the retail industry also makes up 8% of all data breaches. It may feel nerve-racking to both work and participate in such a…

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Getting access is more and more complicated with increased users, devices and applications. See how Core Access Insight can help simplify your access risk by giving you visibility to the access relationships in your organization. 

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Don’t for a minute think that bad actors have no interest in the information you collect in your state or local office. Whether you work for the City Water Department or the Department of Tax and Revenue for your county, you are collecting…

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Identity and Access Management was born out of enabling the business. We discovered that as technology systems began to proliferate throughout our companies, we needed a way to quickly and efficiently give people access to the devices and applications they needed to do…

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  After looking at this, are you ready to get started with Core Impact? For more information on Core Impact – including our new pricing promotions – join our live webinar on April 26, 2017 at 11 AM EST. Can't make the webinar? Talk to…

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We hear about high-profile breaches almost every week in the news, but what actions are organizations taking to keep these breaches from happening? Implementing new solutions is great and new tools are always helpful, but it’s the bad habits formed by your team…

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The integration of technology in classrooms has changed school environments tremendously. It seems as if each year at earlier ages, students are more comfortable using a tablet than putting pen to paper. However, there’s more to be concerned with than kids growing up…

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Late last year the New York State of Financial Services (DFS) announced that New York would be proposing a "first in the nation" rule on cyber-security to go into effect on March 1, 2017 which would impact any bank, insurance company and anyone…

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