The advent of Europay | Mastercard | Visa (EMV) cards in North America has caused a whole bunch of confusion regarding the security of credit and debit card transactions. The ability to further secure a transaction with encryption, PINs and other controls has reduced risk for some transactions, but Read More »
Source: Reg Harnish Blog
The NFL’s biggest game – and one of the largest sporting events on the planet – is just days away, offering millions the chance to be entertained for a few hours. Fans will be glued to their television sets to experience the drama, the competition and the showmanship. Will they Read More »
Source: Reg Harnish Blog
Higher education has been a constant target for cybercriminals in the past few years. According to some estimates, higher education accounts for 17 percent of all data breaches where personal information has been stolen. Most recently, in 2016 higher education had become the second most targeted sector in the United Read More »
Source: Derek Loonan Blog
Saturday, January 28 marks Data Privacy Day, an effort to create awareness surrounding the protection of personal information.  Although the Internet has become less and less private, Protected Health Information (PHI) is still worth a LOT.  To be specific, a single record is worth up to about $500, according to Read More »
Source: Adam Dean Blog
CyberMonday: the term is synonymous with Amazon deals, record-breaking technology sales and Christmas wish list fulfillment. While it may be a contemporary “holiday,” many consumers don’t remember a time without it. But in this world of identity theft and credit card fraud, security warnings are as commonplace as the annual Read More »
Source: Reg Harnish Blog