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A 3-Step Security Action Plan for Financial Firms

The finance sector is a prime target for cybercrime and appears fourth in the list of industries most commonly attacked by hackers, according to the 2015 Trustwave Global Security Report. This illustrates just how attractive the sector remains to intruders - and how prone to attack it is - despite that it is generally considered the most security-mature of all industries.

7 Fundamental Ways to Repel Ransomware

Ransomware is quickly becoming one of the most serious threats facing businesses because of its ability to take hostage sensitive data belonging to the victim. While ransomware is difficult to remove once it's been activated, there are steps companies can take to protect themselves.

Two million stolen passwords: How to protect yourself

This week Trustwave security researchers uncovered a criminally controlled web server that contains nearly two million stolen account usernames and passwords for many popular sites, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google and Yahoo. Over the past few days, news outlets worldwide have reported on the discovery, and many people, including our customers, have questions about the malware, its impact and how they can protect themselves.

Top 5 Compliance Challenges for Hospitality - #4: Complex IT Environments

In this series, we’ll address the top security and compliance challenges faced by hospitality brands and properties. Last week, we highlighted the fact that the number one technology issue facing hospitality brand and property owners today is compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS). But meeting PCI presents many challenges, such as lack of network segmentation.

Top 5 Compliance Challenges for Hospitality - #5: No Network Segmentation

In this series, we’ll address the top security and compliance challenges faced by hotel brands and properties. A group of hospitality associations recently identified three key technology issues that have a direct strategic impact on the hospitality industry. The number one technology issue facing brand and property owners today is compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS).