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TechGuard Security Response to the 2022 Data Breach Investigations Report

The cyber security industry is constantly evolving in the never-ending cycle of hacker versus user. For any readers that are Batman fans, the cybersecurity industry can be compared to this quote from Jim Gordon at the end of Batman Begins.  

Don't Let Employees Fall Through the Cracks

Wouldn't it be nice if you could purchase a phishing email simulator and be good to go? Although phishing campaigns have high success rates in changing the behavior of most employees, you must decide how you will handle those few employees who keep...

Understanding the Difference Between Vulnerability Assessments and Penetration Tests

Being cybersecurity professionals, we hear companies stating time and time again that they’ve had a Penetration Test only to find out through more in-depth conversation they in fact had a Vulnerability Assessment. Why do so many companies get these two...

Insider Threats Pose an Even Greater Risk During the COVID Crisis

Security Magazine reported on April 21, 2020, that, According to the Department of Homeland Security, insider threats often result in theft or destruction of data or the compromise of networks, communications or other information technology resources.  ...

Could BlueKeep become the next WannaCry? Patch NOW!

Microsoft announced in early May on Patch Tuesday that a critical flaw was identified and required immediate patching. This flaw quickly became known as BlueKeep, a critical remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability in Windows operating systems,...

Do Outdated Policies Increase Your Cyber Risk?

Did you know? Information security policies and procedures are the backbone of an organization and the foundation of a good security program. If you have information security policies that haven’t been updated in years, you are potentially opening the...

RSA 2019 – San Francisco: Exhibition from the SMB Perspective

So, let’s talk RSA.   March 4-8, 2019, RSA was held in the great “Tech Giant” city of San Francisco, California. If you are unfamiliar with RSA, it is one of the largest security conferences in the world. Not only is it held in multiple cities and...

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