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Information Security News Roundup: June 2018

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It's the most vacation-heavy time of year for most American companies. Information security news, on the other hand, doesn't rest or take vacations. It remains critical that we understand the trends in the industry so we can continue to prepare our businesses (and our own selves) for potential threats and risks. Learn about the industry trends for the month of June with this month's Information Security News Roundup.
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Outsourcing Information Security Functions

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Many organizations face the decision to either outsource information security functions or keep them internal. There are clear advantages to outsourcing which is why many organizations are choosing to make the switch. Here are a few of these advantages.
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Using a Common Language to Reach Non-Security People

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In the brokenness of the information security industry, our inability to communicate effectively stands out above the rest as one of the root causes.  We lack a common language that holds us all together. It's important that we break through to non-experts about security. Here's how we can do that.
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Information Security News Roundup: May 2018

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May has brought yet another busy month for information security news. As the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into full effect as of May 25th, information security and how companies handle individual's sensitive data is a hot topic. The world of information security is extremely volatile, stay up to date with this month's Information Security News Roundup.
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Information Security News Roundup: April 2018

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The ever-fascinating information security industry continues to surprise. As we transition from spring to summer, find out what's heating up in the world of information security in our April Information Security News Roundup.
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5 Ways to Protect Yourself from Cyber Attacks

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The threat of cyber attacks is rapidly expanding. As we become more connected to technology, the opportunity for exposure grows. But just because attacks are happening more frequently, it doesn’t mean we should just get used to them. Here are 5 ways in which you can protect yourself from cyber attacks.
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Data Breach Fatigue Increases with Recent Cases

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It seems as though when we see a data breach in the news we are quick to brush it off. KARE11 interviewed FRSecure CEO Evan Francen to discuss data breach fatigue and why you should avoid it.
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Ransomware Attacks Hit Two Major Cities

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FRSecure's Chad Spoden joined KARE11 to discuss the March ransomware attacks that affected the cities of Atlanta and Baltimore, as well as Boeing. Listen to and read what Chad had to say about why these incidents happen and how these groups can learn from them.
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Information Security News Roundup: March 2018

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Another month, another busy time in the world of information security news. Breaches, hacks and incidents are happening more frequently and on a bigger scale than ever before. Whole cities, massive companies and infamous consumer brands highlight this month's Information Security News Roundup.
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15 Eye-Opening Vendor Risk Statistics

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If your organization works with third-party vendors, the risks that they carry can have a big impact on your business. Read these statistics about vendor risk that will get you thinking about your vendors and their risks.
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Information Security News Roundup: February 2018

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FRSecure's February 2018 Information Security News Roundup looks back on the breaches, incidents, and trends surrounding healthcare, social networking, tax scams, and more that happened in February. Read what happened in the information security industry last month.
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3 Strategies for When Management Doesn't Get the Importance of Information Security

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Working for an organization that doesn't understand the importance of information security the same way as you do is a difficult challenge. If you find yourself in a situation where management isn't on the same page, there are a few options you can take. Evan Francen breaks them down here.