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Businesses and organizations should expect cyber criminals to attack through wearable devices, employees’ home systems, cloud services and automobiles within the next year, according cyber experts at Intel’s McAfee Labs. READ MORE >>

“Employees are at the root of most cyber breaches” said Judy Selby, Partner of BakerHostetler LLP, while moderating “The Weakest Link: Employee Practices Around Cybersecurity” panel at Legaltech in early February. READ MORE >>

For the past 6 months we've been discussing the importance of cyber liability insurance, especially for small businesses. Many business owners don't believe that a data breach will happen to them for a variety of reasons. However, a breach doesn't always come in the form of a virus. READ MORE >>

Online safety is a topic that should be discussed year round, but during the holiday season, with many people shopping online, you can never be too careful.   There are a lot of myths out there about online hackers and how you can protect yourself from them. READ MORE >>

With each year that goes by, businesses are becoming more and more reliant on technological developments and how they streamline business processes. From big e-commerce corporations to the small clothing boutique that keeps an electronic record of customer information, almost every business uses computers, software and various other technological innovations to perform daily operations. READ MORE >>

Although the more publicized cyber attacks on bigger companies, such as Target and eBay have been detrimental, many small business owners are unaware that they are just as susceptible to these attacks. In fact, just last year, one-third of all cyber attacks targeted companies with fewer than 250 employees! READ MORE >>

A brand new study conducted by Chubb Corp. indicates that although privately held companies are very aware of up-and-coming liabilities, many of them are significantly underinsured. The reason behind this is because many of them believe that they are already covered through their commercial gen... READ MORE >>

A half year has now passed since the enormous cyber attack that effected Target all over the United States, and the retailer is still unsure about how big the financial hit is going to be. Currently, the credit card companies are investigating their exposure to the breach. READ MORE >>

Since the Heartbleed bug has been called by many as one of the biggest security flaws that the world has ever seen, it is only appropriate to update you with more information on how to prevent losing vital information.  If you visited a website that uses a vulnerable version of OpenSSL during the last two years, your personal information may be compromised. READ MORE >>

Studies have shown that a high- risk security bug, known as “Heartbleed”, has affected 66% of the web.  Not only does this bug affect thousands of websites, and many businesses around the world, but it has been around for a couple of years without being noticed. READ MORE >>

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