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Apr 27, 2017 10:30:00 AM

Top Trends Transforming the Gaming Industry

The Institute of Internal Auditors annual Gaming & Hospitality Conference was held last week in Las Vegas, Nevada. My first trip to Vegas and first time attending the conference left me with one major impression—the casino industry is changing as quickly as a game of blackjack can go south.

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Topics: Casinos, Gaming, Data

Jan 26, 2017 10:30:00 AM

4 Reasons Why Hiring the Wrong Penetration Testing Firm Will Hurt

Watch the news—cybersecurity is the hot topic in the business world today. With all this attention, it’s no surprise that more service providers are adding cybersecurity to their service menu. Offense-oriented services, like penetration testing, can be a cost-effective way to identify vulnerabilities. Executives, senior management, and boards of directors are keen to find their own weaknesses, as they are the ones that will be held accountable in a breach.

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Topics: Penetration Tests, Data Breach, Data

Nov 5, 2015 11:30:00 AM

Don’t Forget Phone Security

If I had to guess, I’d say you are reading this on your iPhone, iPad, Galaxy or some other mobile device. I’m not clairvoyant; research shows more than half of all emails are opened on mobile devices. It’s likely that if you use tablets or smart phones, you use them in almost every facet of your life from communicating with your friends, family members and work associates to helping with homework, paying bills and working from home. Fortunately, the security built into the systems is generally adequate for most of your personal needs.

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Topics: Data Breach, Data

Sep 3, 2015 11:00:00 AM

Top 5 Ways to Secure Your Data

How secure is your business data?

If you’re like many CEOs and CFOs, you hope it’s safe, but you have other, more pressing issues to address. I’ve heard many business leaders explain the reasons hackers wouldn’t be interested in their data: they’re too small, they don’t handle medical records, they don’t process credit cards, or they don’t sell anything over the Internet.

Their reasons for neglecting data security may have been appropriate years ago, but they certainly aren’t applicable today. The theft of information from Ashley Madison, a site that helps people cheat on their spouses, proves that we don’t know what information a hacker might want next. It could be personal information or medical records, or it could be information that could embarrass their targets.

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Topics: Data