TBG Security secures top placement in the Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition

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Earlier this month, TBG Security took part in the The Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition (PCDC).

PCDC is a three-day cyber defense competition created through the collaboration of two organizations: the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic (SPAWAR) and the South Carolina Lowcountry Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA).

Designed to energize high school and college students about an exciting future in the cybersecurity ...

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Three BIG security threat predictions for 2016: Make sure you are covered!

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With many security companies pushing out their threat predictions for 2016, we thought it best to review as many as we could in order to compile a definitive list of what to look out for in this coming year.

And, as independent consultants without any direct or indirect ties to specific security providers, we are well placed to provide an product-agnostic perspective on the state of security in 2016.

More importantly, we wanted to give you expert advice on how you can ...

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SEC Exam Chief Plans Cybersecurity Guidance For Advisors

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Securities and Exchange Commission Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations Director Drew Bowden said Wednesday he hopes to publish cybersecurity guidance for financial advisors this year.Rather than provide a list of best practices or rules, the guidance will offer a report on how prepared the financial services industry is on cybersecurity so advisors can compare it to what they are doing, the OCIE chief said.

He noted OCIE has ...

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SEC Struggles on Cyber-Security

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If you’re sick of reading about cyber-security then you’ll want to find another article to read right now because we’re going to talk about cyber-security here.

Not only are we talking about it but apparently the Securities and Exchange Commission spent 5 hours talking about it last week at it’s cyber-security roundtable. The Center for Audit Quality published guidance on cyber-security risks one day before ...

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How to Defend Against Identity Theft This Tax Season

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As if tax time didn’t create enough stress in your environment along come the cybercriminals hacking your tax returns.

Did you know that during the first nine months of 2012 there was a 62 percent increase in the number of identity theft cases detected by the IRS.

Cybercriminals are prowling the web for ways to access people’s personal information so they can cash in on their identity. The hackers have various ways of stealing taxpayers identity, ...

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