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The Longer Arms of Privacy Laws

Privacy is difficult to define, much less protect. In the business realm, data privacy is still regularly confused with data security and the titles of those charged with safeguarding it for customers vary widely. Meanwhile, many organizations continue to collect as much personal data as they can, just because they can.

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Topics: CyberCrime Symposium, Privacy, Cloud Security

Call and Response: IR in the Cloud

In the rush to the cloud, infosec professionals struggle to translate their existing security capabilities, controls, and processes to the new environment.  One of the last processes they adapt? Incident response, said Dave Shackleford, as he kicked-off his 2019 CyberCrime Symposium presentation. A primary reason, he said, is they can’t get the same real-time visibility into events that they could in their traditional environments.

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Topics: CyberCrime Symposium, Cloud Security

Cyber-Risk, Meet Cyber-Resilience

Some five years back, Don Anderson, CIO at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, sat down for the first time with the organization’s chief risk officer. As the IT head of one of the Fed’s 12 regional banks, he was there to provide input on risk, as part of an initiative to create an enterprise risk management framework.

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Topics: CyberCrime Symposium, Risk Management, Cloud Security

Info-Security Champs: Your Guide to the Cloud

For the first time in its 10-year history, the CyberCrime Symposium featured breakout sessions, a nod to past-audience requests for content tailored to different functional roles. The sessions, offered on both days of the event, comprised two separate tracks — one technical, the other on risk and compliance.

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Topics: CyberCrime Symposium, Cloud Security

Five Cloud Security Lessons

During the closing session of the 2019 CyberCrime Symposium, we heard from Tyler Cybersecurity clients and our partners at Amazon Web Services (AWS) about their experience using cloud services. Each person brought a different, but insightful perspective to the table and shared what’s been working for them (or not) in the cloud. Let’s recount the top lessons we learned from the session.

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Topics: CyberCrime Symposium, Cloud Security

Securing the Cloud Takes a Community

At his 2019 CyberCrime Symposium presentation, Jim Reavis saluted the audience for participating in the annual event, noting the high ratio of return attendees.

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Topics: CyberCrime Symposium, Cloud Security

Lessons from Our 2019 CyberCrime Symposium

For its 10th anniversary, the CyberCrime Symposium took to the cloud, where security still concerns, confuses and confounds info-sec pros. For this year’s event, sponsored by AWS, Tyler Cybersecurity put together a stellar lineup of speakers, who took the stage to discuss the high stakes of cybersecurity in a world taken with the cloud.    

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Topics: Cloud Security

The Concentration Risk of Cloud Services

The epic Target breach raised our awareness that third-party service providers are a significant cybersecurity risk. It showed us how an employee at an HVAC vendor could click a phishing link and result in 40 million credit / debit card numbers and 70 million customer and employee records being compromised.

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Topics: Vendor Management, Cloud Security

How to Assess the Security of Your Cloud Service Providers

Like everything in technology today, the activities of cybercriminals are constantly evolving. Your organization must keep pace to protect your data and your reputation. The place most clients are with this query is, “What are our peers doing?”

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Topics: Financial Sector, Cloud Security

The Risks and Rewards of Cloud Services

Cloud computing has gained popularity over the past few years, and organizations large and small are utilizing a variety of cloud services to support their business needs.

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Topics: Vendor Management, Cloud Security