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The Top Cybersecurity Concerns for In-House Counsel in 2018 – Law.com

Photo credit: Thomas Reichhart/Shutterstock.com Last year brought with it a number of high-profile breaches that garnered attention not just because of the number of consumers impacted or the type of information taken, but also because of the missteps that followed certain cybersecurity incidents. In addition to public perception issues, companies also …

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Letter: Ohio takes innovative steps toward cybersecurity – Lima Ohio

A statewide initiative led by the National Guard to prepare for cyberattacks was mentioned in the article “Task Force Lima fly-in visit a success” that was posted online Dec. 18. At the request of Gov. John Kasich, the Ohio National Guard formed the Ohio Cyber Collaboration Committee (OC3). This diverse …

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Do a 15 minute cybersecurity makeover to start the year – KING5.com

No. 1 cyberattack method: phishing Shutterstock You had plenty of reminders last year that hackers are out in force, making your data vulnerable. What will be the equivalent of the Equifax breach this year?  Before we find out, there’s are shortcuts to locking down your private data. Consider it a …

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This Startup Is Using Blockchain Tech To Rethink Cyber Security In The Bitcoin Era – Forbes

Forbes This Startup Is Using Blockchain Tech To Rethink Cyber Security In The Bitcoin EraForbesPaul Puey serves as the CEO of Edge, a cyber security company that empowers individuals to take control of their own online data by developing the proprietary tools, software and systems needed to keep their information …

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6 AI Cybersecurity Startups to Watch in 2018 – Nanalyze

If 2017 has taught us anything, it’s that nothing is safe. Some poor MBA home alone for the holidays is probably still crunching the final numbers, but this year will likely turn out to be one of the worst in terms of cybersecurity breaches. Almost two billion records were lost …

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Pressure builds to improve election cybersecurity – The Hill

Congressional efforts to secure election systems from cyberattacks are picking up steam with lawmakers under pressure to prevent hacks in the 2018 midterms. After the revelation that Russia tried to probe election systems in 21 states in the 2016 election, security experts, state officials and others demanded federal action to …

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2017's biggest cybersecurity facepalms – Engadget – Engadget

Engadget 2017’s biggest cybersecurity facepalms – EngadgetEngadget2017 was a year like no other for cybersecurity. It was the year we found out the horrid truths at Uber and Equifax, and border security took our passwords. A year of WannaCry and Kaspersky, VPNs and blockchains going mainstream, health care hacking … …

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Threat modeling: A critical, yet underused, element of cybersecurity risk analysis – TechRepublic

The staff at Motherboard recently updated its Guide to Not Getting Hacked to include more suggestions on how to avoid getting into digital hot water. Interestingly, threat modeling, a topic not often discussed, is brought up several times in the guide. The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) defines a threat model …

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The Disconnect Between Cybersecurity & the C-Suite – Dark Reading

SecurityInfoWatch The Disconnect Between Cybersecurity & the C-SuiteDark Reading“All organizations, no matter how prepared they think they might be, need to verify whether strategic cybersecurity goals are being executed,” Grant Waterfall, partner at PwC and global leader of its cybersecurity and privacy practice, told me in an …New Year’s resolution …

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