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Here are the top Cybersecurity and Access Management articles from August 2017. Enjoy!
HCCIC Takes a Quantum Leap Forward to Secure the Health Sector via ICIT
HHS is aggressively working with industry to introduce organizational cybersecurity resiliency to the Health Care Industry and move organizations away from self-regulating, checkbox-driven security standards which provide little more than security theatre.
‘Gloomy times ahead’ for security on critical infrastructure, warn experts via NakedSecurity
NIST is out with the latest draft of its Security and Privacy Controls for Information Systems and Organizations, with some specific emphasis on that sector.
How to protect personally identifiable information under GDPR via CSO
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation requires companies to protect the privacy of their EU customers. Here’s what you need to know.
Cyberattack could cost $120 billion: Lloyd’s via Homeland Security News
Insurance giant Lloyd’s of London has warned that the cost of a serious cyberattack to the global economy could reach $120 billion or more.
Network defender innovation: time to throw out the old best practices via CSO
We have reached a tipping point, a point in our community’s evolution where the security vendor mambo is no longer sustainable.
Insurance firms tap blockchain for ease of transaction via BusinessStandard
Thirteen Indian insurance companies have come together to use a blockchain-like technology to create a central repository of policyholder data, so that insurers need not repeat the registration procedure for multiple policies.
Can the security community grow up? via TechCrunch
As the times change, the security community needs to adapt.
How to Prevent an IoT Security Disaster via Idenhaus
A global study conducted by Aruba Networks across more than 3,000 companies found that 84 percent of companies have already experienced some sort of IoT breach.
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