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ThinAir CEO Tony Gauda on Insider Threats (Podcast)

In Preston’s absence, I spoke with ThinAir CEO Tony Gauda about insider threats. Insider threats cost companies billions of dollars, thousands of lost labor hours, and loss of credibility with customers. 250 more words

Ken Hess

Equifax data-theft and a pandora's box!

Equifax is one of the largest credit reporting companies in the US, and it had a fews days ago gone public that hackers had stolen data of sensitive personal information on as many as 143 million people from the credit reporting firm. 412 more words

Public Relations

Expert: In wake of Equifax breach, consider a credit freeze

Hawaii News Digest, 11 September 2017, 0625 hrs, UTC, Post #15572.



Accessed on 11 September 2017, 0625 hrs, UTC.

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Ars Technica: Why the Equifax breach is very possibly the worst leak of personal info ever

Ars Technica: Why the Equifax breach is very possibly the worst leak of personal info ever. “By providing full names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, and, in some cases, driver license numbers, it provided most of the information banks, insurance companies, and other businesses use to confirm consumers are who they claim to be. 36 more words

Security & Legal Issues

Cyber and Data Insurance

Your cover in a nutshell:

Cyber and data insurance is designed to support and protect you from evolving e-risks. It provides comprehensive cover for your computer systems and data, whether electronic or non-electronic. 898 more words


Never worry about losing your laptop again with these TWO EASY TIPS that will shock and horrify you. You'll never believe what happened next! The amazing secret of proximity-based encryption.

The issue:

Currently, the loss or theft of an unencrypted laptop can be a huge pain for an employee and/or their company.

If a laptop gets stolen out of a person’s car, or just gets forgotten in a train or cafe, it’s entirely possible that the laptop owner will now have to change all their passwords. 436 more words