The NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulation is a set of regulations from the New York Department of Financial Services. This legislation places cybersecurity requirements on all financial institutions that operate in New York. It stipulates that all DFS-regulated companies should have cybersecurity plans, policies, and maintain detailed reporting systems for cybersecurity events.
The California Consumer Privacy Act is effective on January 1st, 2020. This means that, in a little less than two months, California will be the first state to introduce a clear-cut and precisely defined privacy law. Intended to enhance privacy rights and consumer protection for the residents of the state of California, the CCPA takes a broad view of what constitutes private data.
Phishing is an old and tested cyber-security attack that, to this day, remains #1 cause of data breaches worldwide. Anyone can fall victim to a phishing attack, so it's essential to know how to recognize one.
In the world where people seem to remember only passwords like "qwerty", "Abc123!" and "123456789", there should be a way to protect their accounts. Luckily, there is an MFA. Available in many forms, it allows making even the worst of passwords more secure.