So, You’ve got Cyber Insurance and You’re all Set, Right?  

Cyber Insurance

How about we play a little cyber insurance trivia to find out?  Trust me; it’s more interesting than you might think. In an interview between Carole Theriault and Martin Overton, Theriault plays, “Covered by cyber Insurance, True or False” with Overton, who once worked for a large cyber insurance company. Overton describes himself as a

Healthcare’s Data Revolution: Complicated

CTI Healthcare blog series: A Prescription for Improving Patient and Institutional Financial Wellbeing Healthcare’s Data Revolution: It’s Complicated – Part 2 of 5. In my last blog post The Accelerating Importance of Data Analytics in Healthcare, I discussed how and why business intelligence is fast becoming a critical strategic driver for health care.  In this

“Next Gen” Devices Aren’t Going to Solve Your Current Security Problems

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Are you sick of the marketing hype suggesting some “Next Gen” security device can solve all your security problems? Yes? Good. If not, maybe you should be. Let’s pick on the Redmond giant for a moment to illustrate an example. Microsoft announced last month that after a legal victory, it had taken down 99 websites

The Case for a Managed Security Service Provider

  Watch this short presentation of Ben Thurston, Director of Cybersecurity at CTI explaining why vigilance and threat detection are critical in the foundation of cybersecurity, and why organizations should consider working with a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) is one of the best options for protecting your business and your customers. Request a complimentary

Crime Does Pay

Well, at least cybercrime does. In fact, it turns out that it pays well. Bromium published a report in 2018 in which it asserted: “High-earning cyber criminals can make $166,000+ per month; Middle-earners can make $75,000+ per month; Low-earners can make $3,500+ per month.” That is serious money for the high and middle earners. For

Regulatory Fines, The Dollars are in the Details

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I was just speaking with a colleague about the news that Google has been fined the largest penalty to date for failing to comply with GDPR obligations. The penalty was around $56 million USD, but  the Marriott data breach penalty is estimated to be around $1 billion. Why such a discrepancy between the two?  That