At the end of another action-packed year, cyber professionals set their sights on what is coming over the horizon. 2021 ended with a “bang” and many cybersecurity teams worked well into the wee hours of the new year combating the Log4J vulnerability. Many are still...
The COVID 19 pandemic has changed the way many of us work. It is estimated that one in four Americans will be working remotely in 2021. Many organizations forced to adapt to remote work scenarios prospered, and according to a recent Gartner survey, 82% of business...
Many of our clients have been speaking with us to get a better understanding of their responsibilities under existing privacy laws and regulations. This blog has been developed to help organizations understand their responsibilities under the four state privacy...
The world is no longer as it once was and as we continue the process of immunization, self-isolation, social distancing, satisfying our travel itch, and yes…return to work there is a bit of consternation about what can and cannot be asked of employees as they...
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