Security breaches they’re constant, they’re advanced, they’re
persistent, and they’re happening everywhere.
Hilton Hotels, Ashley Madison, CVS, Anthem, Premera,
IRS, OPM, and now T-Mobile.
Over the past year large scale companies have been hit,
through a multitude of tactics, infiltration points, and approaches and for
varying reasons. One thing is clear, these breaches are not slowing down. There
is a wide array of cyber security solutions on the market today. For those
looking to learn more about improving security via removal of admin rights, we’ve
put together a toolkit for National Cyber Security Awareness Month with
information that will be useful to your research.
Viewfinity Toolkit: National Cyber Security Awareness Month
The last 12-15 months have seen the healthcare industry hit
hard with cybersecurity breaches and yet this data is not sold outright and
repurposed in the same way as credit card and other financial data. So why are healthcare companies a prime
target for hackers? It’s not necessarily
a “one and done” transaction. It’s all
related to the lifespan of the information and the ability to further exploit a
person’s medical history to gain free healthcare and access to prescription
meds. This is incredibly valuable to so
many individuals who do not have access to paid healthcare.