I think it was 2013 when I first heard the term “shifting security to the left” when coding appications. In other words, it is cheaper to fix a coding problem while in the development stage.Read More
Mary N. Chaney, Esq., CISSP® is a former Special Agent for the FBI where she investigated cybercrime, a seasoned corporate executive that built and operated information security teams and now a cybersecurity attorney.
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The decision to purchase cyber insurance should not be taking lightly and should not be made until you are extremely informed.Read More
When asking for money for your cyber security initiatives, it’s better being business focused and strategic.Read More
Who has responsibility for ensuring your payroll processes are secure?Read More
Criminals go where the money is and there is a lot of money in sports and entertainment!Read More
In a move that could rattle some corporate cages, the FTC is considering individual fines for top executives for privacy breaches.Read More
In an win for consumers and privacy Google is rolling out the ability to delete your location history, web and app activity.Read More
Did you know that C.I.S.S.P. stands for Certified Information Systems Security Professional? What happened to information security?Read More
A company that collects and sells your data to another vendor, may be liable if that vendor suffers a breach.Read More
It’s time to grow up…. the sibling rivalry between IT operations and security operations has to end in order for your company to be more secure.Read More
Auto makers are making cyber security a top priority as car hacking becomes a reality as vehicles become more automated.Read More
Seller beware… HP has its hands full over a malfunctioning printer at a law firm.Read More
Microsoft CISO, Bret Arsenault wants to move its employees away from using passwords.Read More
An unprotected Microsoft Azure database exposed information on 80 Million US Households, but who owns the database is still a mystery.Read More
Small and mid-sized companies are at higher risk of going out of business due to a cyber attack.Read More
Law firms of all sizes are spending more on cyber security and the trend won’t stop anytime soon.Read More
In the U.K.’s first data breach class action, a company may be vicariously liable for a rogue employees actions.Read More
Several U.S. cities are at various stages of recovery from ransomware attacks, but no arrests have been made.Read More
A year after GDPR, and despite all the breaches, half-truths, and news scandals against companies like Facebook and Google, its chief enforcer has not taken a single action against either company.Read More
The lack of unconscious bias training, in both the legal and cyber security fields, continues to thwart efforts for diversity and inclusion.Read More