Consumer Privacy Act

NEVADA’S ACT RELATING TO INTERNET PRIVACY Senate Bill 220, or “An Act relating to Internet privacy,” will require organizations who run websites that collect and maintain data to comply months ahead of 2020, by October 1, 2019 THE CALIFORNIA CONSUMER PRIVACY ACT (CCPA) A state statute intended to enhance privacy rights and consumer protection for…

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Nist 800-171 compliance

NIST 800-171—All You Need to Know In this day and age, information is king. This means that data handling and recordkeeping are critical processes that help businesses build and maintain the trust and confidence of their vendors, contractors, partners, and customers. Of course, when the federal government gets involved in any way, cybersecurity for the protection…

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NIST 800-171

Achieving NIST 800-171 Compliance For organizations handling controlled unclassified information (CUI), ensuring data protection is paramount as this data can be a target for serious, sophisticated cyberattacks. In fact, past and current orchestrated attacks on programs and assets containing CUI have prompted the Department of Defense (DoD) to work with and get the assistance of…

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Cybersecurity Auditing

Why a Focus on Cybersecurity is Critical? Cybersecurity Auditing, data breaches, and other digital era dangers show up in headlines every day.  The even more sobering reality is that most of these events never become public knowledge.  In other words, we only hear about a small percentage of the incidents. Just within the past few…

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MSPs Are Priority Targets for Hackers

Managed (IT) Services Providers, or “MSP”s, have increasingly become the target of hackers especially since the beginning of 2019.  And as a result, over the last twelve months, several documented attacks have taken place, with various hacking groups gaining unauthorized access to thousands of computers and the computer networks of MSP’s clients. Once an MSP is breached,…

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