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Data Protection

The Cause of the Equifax Breach: Why Being Right Still Feels Lousy

I recently wrote a blog about my thoughts on the Equifax breach and predicted that, once the cause of the breach was revealed, it would be attributed to human error and could have been completely preventable.  As it turns out, I was right.  While perusing one of my favorites IT websites, The Register, I came […]

The Equifax Hack – The Ingredients for Misery

  On Sept 7, 2017, Equifax announced they were hacked sometime between May and July of this year. The incident potentially impacts around 143 million U.S. consumers, exposing names, Social Security numbers, birth dates and more. All the ingredients identity thieves need to cook up some misery. Obviously, we all have reason to be concerned by this […]

Triangulating and closing security compromises

              But the CEO told me to wire $60K to the Caymans! We’ve seen a recent rash of e-mail exploits that blend “social engineering” with e-mail technology. These exploits use e-mail to impersonate respected leaders and authorities of an enterprise giving direction to subordinates or delivering malware payloads and […]

How to Value the Cost of a Data Breach

              As the Founder and CEO of a technology consulting firm, there are many proprietary data concerns that we must consider and protect, not the least of which is our client information. While our firm, Corporate Technologies, Inc (CTI). may not be directly subject to data security regulations, providing […]

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