I'm Not Doing 2019 InfoSec Predictions

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At the turn of every new year, FRSecure CEO Evan Francen comes up with InfoSec predictions. This year, Evan is breaking the mold. Find out the four reasons why Evan has decided not to do InfoSec predictions this year, and what he hopes to do in 2019 that can make an even bigger impact on the industry.

2018 InfoSec Recap: The Good, The Bad, and The Breaches

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2018 was another crazy year for InfoSec news. While we made some fantastic strides as an industry, it's still wrought with scary trends, huge breaches, and a lack of education. We've broken down all of these things— the good, the bad, and the breaches.

The Business Impact of a Data Breach

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A data breach has a business impact that extends far beyond the responsibilities of your IT department. For this reason, organizations need to think about treating information security and cybersecurity like a business issue rather than an IT one. When preparing and approving an IT budget for your company for next year, think about the effects a data breach might have on your organization and why it's important to build defenses against them.

Information Security News Roundup: November 2018

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November is an interesting time of year for information security. With the holiday season in full swing, shoppers become easy targets for data theft. November is also when the United States comes together to elect our next round of officials. The combination of those things and more keep the world of information security news a rather busy one this time of year. Check out some of the headlines from November!

Common Passwords Can Fry Your Security

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Using similar and common passwords across multiple platforms makes it easy for hackers to access your accounts. The recent Dunkin Donuts breach is an example of this. Find out what happened and what you can do to prevent similar situations from happening to you and your business.

Information Security News Roundup: October 2018

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Halloween wasn't the only thing that was spooky about October this year, as nerve-wracking breaches were abundant this month. Find out what else happened in the world of information security news in our October Roundup.

Gone Phishing

Like fishermen, cyber-attackers use methodical and well-researched techniques to bait their targets into giving them what they want. Find out what kinds of phishing there is out there, and how you can make sure you don't end up out of water.

Manufacturing Defenses Against Cyberteurs

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Manufacturing businesses are uniquely vulnerable to attackers. Their business models are hyper-affected by potential breaches. Take a look at how cyberteurs impact the manufacturing industry.

What is a Penetration Test and What Does it Cost?

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Penetration testing is an important part of information security, but it may not be right for your organization. Learn about what a penetration test is, when to get one done, and how much they cost.

FRSecure Pledges to Support National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2018 as a Champion

FRSecure today announced that it has become a Champion of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) 2018. FRSecure will be joining a growing global effort among businesses, government agencies, colleges, and universities, associations, nonprofit organizations and individuals to promote the awareness of online safety and privacy.

Information Security News Roundup: August 2018

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With the end of the year rapidly approaching, the information security industry gets busier than ever. Its news is no different. Check out the stories that made a splash in August in this month's edition of our Information security news roundup.

Taking Data Security Seriously as a Small Business

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It's not always easy for small businesses to take data security seriously, but it's important for the long-term success of the company.