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Security: Is it Fair to Blame Humans as the ‘Weakest Link’?

By Dick Weisinger

Humans are the weakest link when it comes to security say the reports and headlines. IT professionals point the finger. Human negligence is our worst security enemy say 78 percent of IT. Theresa Payton, CEO of Fortalice Solutions , said

AI-based Cybersecurity: Benefits of Quicker Response and Lower Detection Costs

By Dick Weisinger

One-fifth of organizations say that they were victims of cyber break ins during 2018, according to a CapGemini report. And of those, 20 percent say that the costs associated with the breach totaled more than $50 million. Many think that

Security: Is Cyber Insurance a Reasonable Defense?

By Dick Weisinger

Statista reports 1244 data breaches in the US during 2018. Chances are that your business or your personal information has been hijacked by one of these breaches. Is cyber insurance a solution for your business? Cyber insurance could pay for

IoT: Fast Growth too Focused on Features and not Security

By Dick Weisinger

IoT devices are rich in top technology features but poor in security. A recent survey from Ponemon and Shared Assessments found that: 84 percent of companies expect that IoT devices will cause their business to have a data breach. 26

Legacy Software: Two-Thirds of SMBs Continue to Use Unsupported Software

By Dick Weisinger

The cycle of software change is rapid and many small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) are being left behind. Businesses using older software are often at risk of cyber hacking. As software ages, becomes outdated and unsupported, businesses are at