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A company's cyber security plan can make all the difference in protecting against a data breach, but when a record 60% of all data breaches are internal, it can be hard to know who to trust. In this article, we will go through potential approaches you can take to protect your company's confidential and intellectual property.

Ensuring that you keep your personal identifiable information (PII) safe and protected should be your number one priority. With these tips below, JANUS provides insight on how you can prevent fraud from occurring.

Data security is critical and incidents of data exfiltration result in unwanted attention to organizations, which can lead to financial losses and reputational damage.

Cyber security attacks are on the rise in schools. More technology means more potential threats. Unfortunately, some educators and students are unaware and unprepared for the repercussions posed by these cyber threats.

Due diligence is a process that confirms facts or details of something being purchased, or a contract for services. Due diligence examines all aspects of the deal to confirm that everything is as represented verbally and in writing by the offeror. It’s undertaken to prevent misrepresentations and to uncover potential fraud.

Data breaches, insider threats, loss of client trust—these are all security and privacy threats all organizations face today. Learn more about what action Privacy and Security Professionals are taking today. #PSR21

The Connecticut (CT) State Legislature has enacted major changes to CT Data Breach Notification Laws, effective October 1, 2021. These changes are a direct result of the worsening threat landscape, and it is safe to say that regulations will most likely continue to be enacted at both the state and federal levels.  

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