Archive for 'Incident Response' Category
Ransomware payments sent to countries under sanctions could result in fines… An article review. Whether or not to pay the organization behind a ransomware attack has been a hotly debated subject for many years, but a new advisory issued by the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) warns those who do pay up […]
Intelligence agencies from five nations contributed to the new advisory… An article review. For the first time, the cybersecurity divisions of the nations in the “Five Eyes” alliance (The United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand) have released a joint advisory concerning incident response. The report, available here, does not provide a complete […]
What you need to know for compliance coast-to-coast. Back in February we posted an article summarizing state data breach laws, but only as they applied to schools. This time around, we’re taking a look at the state data breach laws concerning businesses, including banks. While compiling this list we found many similarities between each state’s […]
Back by popular demand! You are ready to bring your board on-board . . . the incident response process. Incident Response for Directors is the movie meant to play directly to your Directors. It is the “movie within a movie” from the webinar, called Teaching Incident Response to your Board meant for ISO’s . . […]
Lessons Learned from Zoom’s Rise… The only constant is change. An illustration of impermanence in information security. Zoom’s popularity is in a large part thanks to its ease of use and low cost. How can you go wrong with an application that is popular, cost effective, and easy to use? Good question, easy answer: security. […]
A short. This presentation is intended for those who are planning to participate in an infotex incident response test. Please let us know what questions you have, when we have our Plan Walkthrough and Test Plan Approval meeting!
As reports of Coronavirus spread, the agency has updated its 2007 guidance… An article review. As what began as a few isolated incidents late last year have bloomed into a what some are calling a pandemic, fears of Coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) have spread into nearly all sectors…and banking is no exception. In light […]