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Data Security and Privacy

5 Cyber Security Best Practices for 2016

To protect sensitive data, businesses must take the time to refocus on best practices

Brexit Will Complicate Data Protection Laws

U.K. standards likely to remain as tight as they are now to ensure trade with other countries

Businesses Struggle to Control BYOD

As more employees use their own devices for company work, liability for data loss is a concern

Keep Employee Data Safe

Don't let data breaches involving employee data lead to unwanted lawsuits.

Cyber Liability Insurance is the 'Wild, Wild West'

Cyber insurance and tech security sectors are merging, giving commercial cyber liability policies a boost

Why Business Email Compromise is Skyrocketing

More than 7,000 U.S. companies have been hit by BEC attacks since 2013, losing more than $740 million.

IRS Fights Fraud, Slows Tax Refunds

The Internal Revenue Service is taking up to 21 days to review tax returns

SMBs Take a Step Back with Breach Defense

As attacks multiply, businesses lose confidence in their ability to stop them and have fewer precautions in place

Identity Theft and Data Security Trends to Watch in 2016

Expect more tax and child identity theft, and data breaches involving payment card systems

Ask the Expert: Data Is a Valuable Asset Companies Must Protect

Michelle Dennedy, chief privacy officer at Cisco Systems, says companies must build privacy protections into their best practices.
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