California Data Privacy Law: Understand the Impact to Your Business

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Power to the people! Amid increasing concerns about digital privacy and the recently approved General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe, California’s legislature has enacted a new law with the goal of empowering the state’s residents to claim their rights over personal data disclosed to companies in the U.S. The …

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Cloud Storage and Backup Data

Backup and Cloud

Flood, fire, natural disaster, malware, spyware, ransomware, hardware failure, theft, disgruntled employee and so on, there are a multitude of ways to lose critical data. But for the record, you can rest assured that the undisputed, heavyweight champion of data loss is, none other than “human error”, that’s right; you, …

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Atlanta Still Struggling Following Cyber Attack

Atlanta, Georgia

As of Monday morning Atlanta had still not fully regained control of their systems, a week and a half after experiencing a targeted cyber attack. Mayor Keisha Bottoms has described the ransomware attack as a “hostage situation”. With a large part of the network affected, a number of important systems …

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Data Protection in Educational (VS. Corporate) Environments

Securing data across a large network means dealing with challenges such as combatting ransomware infection, phishing and spam schemes, also threats that come from within. On the surface these threats are not much different from one environment to the next in the dangers that they present. Even the type of …

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