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Do You Have an Insider Threat at Your Business?

Online security breaches are major a concern for businesses of all kinds, especially when they come from the inside. If your business suspects an insider threat, there are a number of steps you can take to remedy the issue. 501 more words

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Is Client Data Safe with Legal Firms?

Along with time and reputation, one of the top contemporary non-decimal currencies is data. Without data many industries would simply cease to exist. When this very important currency is not looked after with due respect, an avalanche of problems can ensue. 287 more words

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Why cybersecurity is vital during the vendor selection process

Security breaches happen almost every day, but what’s the likelihood of that affecting you or your business? You might think you’re invincible from falling into a cybersecurity trap, especially if you practice good security “hygiene,” but it’s crucial to consider more than yourself to rest assured. 612 more words

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Latest on Security Breaches

In one of the more interesting reads this year, Verizon recently released its 2015 Data Breach Investigative Report, which can be downloaded at this link… 757 more words

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LAX Official, Garcetti Hope To Test Perimeter Detection System Within Next Year

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Airport officials responded to a new report that was highly critical of LAX’s security fence after the Associated Press found that people were hopping the fence. 382 more words

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AP Investigation Details DC-Area Airport Perimeter Breaches

McLEAN, Va. (AP) — Over the last decade, homeless men, a job seeker, even a skateboarder and a stranded boater have gotten past perimeter security at the D.C. 320 more words

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Investigation Details 10 MSP Airport Breaches

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota’s largest airport has had 10 breaches of perimeter security fences and gates in the past decade, several involving military service members who strayed into restricted areas, according to an Associated Press investigation. 227 more words

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