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Identity Access Management and How it Applies to Security

IAM: Knowing your Roles.

Think Like a Hacker

  You're probably familiar with the saying, "If you can't beat them, join them." The same philosophy applies to cybersecurity. To really get inside the mind of a hacker, you need to think like a hacker, otherwise known as "white hat" hacking....

How to Determine the Cybersecurity Needs of Your Business

The Cybersecurity Cost Center Problem One of the most challenging aspects of working in cybersecurity is demonstrating value.  Despite the breaches that dominate the news and the headlines surrounding ransomware wreaking havoc on organizations each...

Human Resources Compliance Infographic

At TechGuard Security, you don't have to go through separate platforms or work with multiple companies to meet compliance for Human Resources, Ethics, Harassment, Security Awareness and more. We offer one legally backed, federal and state compliant...

Security Awareness Training as part of Onboarding New Hires

Often onboarding new hires includes a lot of administrative tasks often fulfilled by HR but there are quite a few important onboarding procedures that relate to security. There's plenty of reasons why security awareness training should be part of...

Securing Your IoT Home

The Internet of things, or IoT, is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers (UIDs) and the ability to transfer data over a network without...

Ethics Compliance Infographic

A lack of ethics compliance puts your company at risk as does a lack of security awareness training. Using the same style training platform whether it's for HIPAA compliance, sexual harassment compliance or security awareness training is convenient...

Could a Phishing Email Get your Employees Fired?

Although most of us have heard plenty of times to watch out for business email compromise (BEC), often employees still feel tempted to click on the bait before they really think through the consequences. Even worse, as soon as they realize they should...

Practice What you Breach - Incident Response Plan Basics

Plan to fail instead of failing to plan According to a November 2018 Gallup poll, 71% say they frequently or occasionally fear that computer hackers will access their personal, credit card or financial information. The best way to control fear, is to...

How Your Extensive Security Measures Could Fail You

If you still think your current efforts are enough, learn a lesson from Wipro. This IT outsourcing giant's internal IT systems have been hacked. As a result, the adversaries used Wipro’s systems to launch attacks against the firm’s own...

Harassment Compliance Infographic

Do not let harassment exist in your work culture. Strive to create an environment where employees feel they have a safe place to report inappropriate behaviors without repercussions. Beyond the potential costs that accompany harassment in the...

Open-Source Software: The Hidden Cost of Freedom

Does your organization use open-source software components in any of its internal or external facing web applications? Are you actively tracking those packages for updates and patches? Have you ever evaluated the security posture of your web...

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