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It’s 2019 and we know better

Over the past few weeks I’ve run across, either personally or via press, case after case of companies with poor security practices. These aren’t small shops like Bob’s Bait and eCommerce site, rather big brand name organizations that have sophisticated security practices. So why do these things continue to happen?

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Commander’s Intent

So all your preventative measures have failed – to be fair, they succeeded for the last few thousand hacks, but the bad guys got lucky once, and you now have a full blown incident underway. Unfortunately you (the CEO) is at 23,000’ knocking K2 off their bucket list. How does your company execute?

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Data Breach Liability & Credit Monitoring

Apparently there’s a proposed settlement for the Anthem breach. As a refresher, this was one of the largest data breaches on record, with roughly 80 million individuals data compromised. The settlement breaks records – for $115M. But is it a good settlement?

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