Want to be a cybersecurity hero this holiday? Here’s how.

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Ahhh December 2016. It is that time of year again. Christmas and other holiday celebrations are just days and weeks away.

However you celebrate, whether you are planning the festive feast, travelling to a far-flung location, or madly getting your gifts ready, you’re likely to be with others: your family, your pals, your in-laws, your friends or work associates.

So we have a proposal for all you IT security-savvy types out there…Join TBG Security’s

IT Security Holiday Lock Down

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How to provide IT security training that works

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All IT teams in medium to large organizations know that they should be providing regular IT security training to staff members. Small businesses should be doing it too, but might not be as aware of the need for cybersecurity training for non-IT staff.

Thing is, other jobs always seem to get in the way. Firefighting system availability, authentication, confidentiality and security issues means that training often drops down the priority list.

Even in security-conscious organizations, months, and even years, can pass without ...

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Addressing the PEBCAK scenario: protecting systems against rogue employees (PART 2)

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malicious employeeIn the PART 1, we discussed how non-malicious employees can disrupt business continuity. This post will focus on the malicious or rogue employee and outline what you can do to obstruct an inside job.

First off, many wonder just how big of a problem is posed by rogue employees? Take a look at these recent ...

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The PEBCAK scenario: securing systems against non-malicious employees

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Ever use the expression PEBCAK? What about ID-Ten-T error?*

While many variations exist, they all mean the same thing: user error. Ignoring the negative sentiment implied, it’s effectively a shorthand to say, “not our fault.”

In the world of, say, technical support, perhaps this expression might be acceptable. Many tech support teams exist simply to ensure their widgets are functioning correctly. But when an IT representative uses such terms to refer to a user within the organization, shouldn’t it raise a red ...

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OCIE’s Cybersecurity exams 2016: what you need to know now

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SEC Cybersecurity ExamsWe are all aware that more high-profile cyber attacks are expected, so it is no surprise that the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) have stated that cybersecurity will continue to be a priority for 2016.

In fact, The OCIE announced that the cybersecurity exams will include more in-depth assessments procedures and control implementations within organizations, but more ...

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