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Not only are data breaches very expensive, they often result in high stress at all levels of a company. Being proactive and investing in cybersecurity consulting, allows organizations to prevent stress and save money. Cybersecurity consulting allows your organization to identify any problems and feel confident all cybersecurity issues are being taken care of.  To...
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Every workplace has made changes during the COVID-19 pandemic. With employees struggling to balance changing business dynamics, many companies are pushing cybersecurity concerns down on the list of priorities. Deprioritizing cybersecurity is a mistake. The migration to work from home environments introduces new variables that increase exposure to malware attacks, phishing, and other cybercrime.  In...
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As COVID-19 impacted operations for many businesses across the world, a work from home environment has quickly become a new normal for many employees. In WFH scenarios, company and client data is exchanged between desktop devices and servers that reside in corporate facilities or the cloud. How that data is managed in transit and at...
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Katie Arrington, DOD’s chief information security officer for the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment, recently announced the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) for NIST 800-171. In 2020, certification will be required to secure and renew government contracts.  CMMC certification requires an audit by an approved 3rd party to validate cybersecurity...
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In a lead-up to 2019’s Michigan Celebrates Small Business Gala Celebration, Jeffrey Mosher of the Michigan Business Network spoke with Security Vitals’ President Rob Cote as a 2019 Smartzone Best Small Business awardee. Listen to the Interview http://www.michiganbusinessnetwork.com/blog/smartzone-best-small-business-security-vitals  
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A health care provider has closed unexpectedly due to a ransomware attack. ENT & Hearing Services in Battle Creek, Michigan, is the first health provider in the nation to close due to cybersecurity flaws. Since HIPAA is based on NIST 800-53, father to NIST 800-171, ENT & Hearing Services demonstrates the importance of maintaining diligence...
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