Banks and Law Firms Take a Stand Against Cyber Terrorism

Banks and Law Firms Take a Stand Against Cyber Terrorism

For the past year, discussions amongst banks and law firms have circled around the creation of a group that shares information about threats from cyber hackers and online criminals. This group will likely be established by the end of 2015. According to the New York Times, “Federal authorities, including President Obama, are pressing companies to share information about hackings with one another and law enforcement as way to deter the theft of information about consumers and employees.” Data breaches that occur in banks and law firms expose highly sensitive information, company secrets, business strategies and more. Hacking into a…Read More


2015: The Year of Data Security

2015: The Year of Data Security

The start to a new year allows for fresh perspective on past accomplishments and areas of opportunity. It’s also a time to look ahead and prepare accordingly. With cyber-security threats at their highest peak moving into the New Year, safeguarding sensitive data from cyber-criminals is vital. To ensure a secure 2015, here are some of our best practices in cyber-security. Choose Passwords Carefully Some of the most prominent organizations have weak passwords, making it easy for hackers to attack their systems and retrieve sensitive data. Choose company-wide passwords that are strong, including a combination of lower and upper case…Read More


Partner with the Silver Bullet of Cyber Terrorism in 2018 and Beyond

Partner with the Silver Bullet of Cyber Terrorism in 2018 and Beyond

Unfortunately, it takes a data breach to wake up a company. At this point, it’s already too late to recover stolen information, financial records and employee history. Recent cyber-attacks on well-known companies have businesses both small and large seriously considering security options. Let this be the year you invest in the security your company needs. Now more than ever, companies of all sizes face security threats on a daily basis. Just because a hacker hasn’t broken through today, doesn’t mean he won’t tomorrow. The CEO of Home Depot was interviewed a few months before their major security breach. You…Read More