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  • Are You Ready for PCI DSS 3.2?

    The updated PCI 3.2 requirements are coming to a head with a deadline this February 1st, 2018. While we’re sure…

  • NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulations: Key Deadlines

    The first traditional deadline is coming to a close this month for compliance with the NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulations. Please note that…

  • Key Milestone Dates: NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulations

    If you’re in the financial industry (or working as a provider with such organizations), you most likely have already heard…

  • Implementing New York DFS Cybersecurity Regulations: Where Are You in the Process?

    Here at NopSec, we’ve spoken with a number of financial organizations about where they are in the process of meeting…

  • NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulations: Will You Be Ready?

    When new cybersecurity regulations from the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) take effect on March 1, 2017, financial institutions will…

  • SMBs: Most Likely To Be Hacked?

    Most small and medium business owners believe that cyber criminals only target large businesses and corporations. They couldn’t be more…

  • Healthcare Data is the Next Vulnerable Target for Hackers

    Another day, another hack. And not just any old hacking incident, but one involving yet another healthcare provider, only demonstrating how…

  • Lessons Learned from Data Breaches at Universities

    No industry is immune to IT security breaches. Recent breaches at Indiana University, Iowa State, the University of Maryland, and…

  • Has Your Company Performed an Annual Penetration Test Yet this Year?

    Many federal regulations such as GBLA, HIPAA and PCI require an annual penetration test. Customers often ask for our penetration testing services in…

  • Penetration Testing in Healthcare

    In September the deadline for compliance with changes to the HIPAA rules relating to breaches of unsecured electronic Protected Health Information…

  • Banking and Insurance Regulators Focus on Cyber-Threats

    If you are responsible for IT security in the financial services industry, you may have been asked by a regulator…

  • BankInfoSecurity: Overcoming Too Much Data

    Last week at the RSA Conference, Lisa Xu and I had an opportunity to sit down with Tracy Kitten, Managing…

  • As big banks and media wise up to cyber threat, New York’s security firms get noticed

    Crain’s New York Business, there is an article written by Matthew Flamm that discusses the pervasiveness of cyber attacks and…