Peer-to-peer file sharing has gotten a bad reputation due to its use in illegal sharing of copyrighted material. However, there is a legitimate use for P2P file sharing, as companies involved in dealings need to transfer large amounts of data securely.
Security is important when leveraging third-party services, and it’s important to know that your vendors are compliant with industry standards including SSAE 16 and SOC 2 security measures.
Fraud and hacks run rampant in the credit card industry, so knowing what the PCI DSS requirements are and how to implement them are vital for your business to remain secure and keep its good reputation intact.
A data disaster can happen to anybody — even your company. Having a data contingency plan in place and knowing what to do in the event of a natural or man-made event is key to your company’s overall health.
A data governance program defines who within an organization has the authority and control over data assets and how those data assets may be used. It encompasses the people, processes and technologies required to manage and protect data assets.
Virtual data rooms (VDRs) are secure online locations that offer virtual data protection for sensitive contents, but it’s important to know what protections are available and how they work.
For years, the corporate record book was the standard method for archiving a company’s documentation, but this method has several disadvantages that are remedied by using a virtual data room (VDR).
The steps of the information security life cycle provide proven, replicable processes for your organization’s IT team to protect network, systems and data. Read on to increase your knowledge.
“Security theater” is the practice of implementing only superficial security measures, and cybersecurity programs are not exempt from it. Here’s how it can jeopardize your company.
M&A deals involve the sharing of extremely sensitive documents and data, so how can companies set themselves up to close deals without compromising security? Learn more here.