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Reducing Organization's Legal Exposure

Reducing An Organization’s Legal Exposure After a Cyber Breach

Post Breach Denial Increases an Organization’s Legal Exposure How can you reduce an organization’s legal exposure immediately following a data breach? Cybersecurity events like data breaches make headlines regularly and cost businesses millions in fines and lawsuits. Breach announcements topple executives, destroy shareholder confidence, push customers away, invite regulatory scrutiny, and inflict lasting damage to organizations. Right after …

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Fall into Healthcare Articles for IAM Professionals

This week, among our updates on cybersecurity challenges and attacks over the past few months, we explore crisis management for hospitals, the pervasive issues with cybersecurity insurance, and the last installment of our Pre-Breach Mistakes series. Stay up to date with Idenhaus, not only in your inbox but in your organization.  Thank you for checking …

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Common Pre-Breach Mistakes

5 Common Pre-Breach Mistakes, Mistake Number Five: Poor Insurance Planning

5 Most Common Pre-Breach Mistakes That Organizations Make With Cyber Security Fifth Mistake: Poor Insurance Planning Much like any security incident, there is always “before” and “after” in a cyber security breach. When looking at the incident after the fact, one of the major issues that can come up is cyber insurance. In 2021, there …

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Identity and Access Management Articles

6 Intriguing Reads for Identity Management and Cybersecurity

With cybersecurity in the news so much, it can be difficult to stay updated. Read about the latest ransomware attempts to target disgruntled employees, the SEC files charges for companies not adhering to cybersecurity disclosures and more in this collection of articles.  Thanks for checking out our biweekly digest of articles for Identity Management Professionals. Click …

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Healthcare Biweekly Article Roundup

7 Fascinating Reads for Healthcare IAM Professionals

This week, we explore updates to the healthcare cybersecurity world. From the ongoing ransomware issues that plague both healthcare operators and medical device creators, to the new culture of cybersecurity in healthcare employees and how to foster an even more secure workplace.   Thank you for checking out our biweekly digest of articles for healthcare IAM …

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Common Pre-Breach Mistakes

Mistakes Made Prior to Cybersecurity Breaches, Part Four

Fourth Mistake: Poor Incident Response Planning For most organizations, the term “incident response plan” can cover a lot of ground. A proper incident response plan (IRP) determines who is responsible for what areas of the organization both during and after an ‘incident’. Too often we find organizations who have not properly implemented a plan for …

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August Articles for IAM Professionals

Ransomware and other threats are still on the rise in 2021, take a look at the fallout of Amazon’s surveillance, and remember that updating your software – and your information security policy – is important to your organization’s continued IT security.  Thanks for checking out our biweekly digest of articles for Identity Management Professionals. Click here …

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Healthcare IAM Professionals’ August Articles

This week, HIMSS 2021 is going on, so follow along with our link to Live Coverage. Keep yourself updated on the latest healthcare IT news, like the proliferation of ransomware today, a demonstration of the importance of Information Security Policies, and a debate about the efficacy of paying ransoms if your data is ever stolen.  …

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Information Securities Policies

Why Every Organization Needs Information Security Policies

According to a study conducted by the University of Maryland, hackers are attacking computers connected to the Internet every 39 seconds, with online computers attacked on average 2,244 times a day. As the Worldwide Information Security Market is forecast to reach 170.4 billion in 2022 (Gartner), it is now not a question of “If” an …

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