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Guardians of Data: A Deep Dive into HIPAA Compliance

Webinar Details: Tuesday, January 30th 2024
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm

In the face of escalating cyber threats impacting HIPAA-covered providers, safeguarding patient data and ensuring compliance is critical to avoid potential fines and reputation damage.

Join us for a concise webinar where we’ll share actionable insights to enhance your cybersecurity resilience.

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End-user training vs. advanced threat detection: Where should your cybersecurity budget go?

In coming up with a cybersecurity budget for your small or medium-sized business in New Jersey, you may find yourself with a dilemma: Where should you spend your money — training your staff on cybersecurity best practices or upgrading your cybersecurity tools?

End-user training versus advanced threat detection
End-user training and advanced threat detection are both crucial components of cybersecurity, but they serve different purposes.

A beginner’s guide to implementing zero-trust architecture

A quick look at cybercrime statistics will show you that cybercriminals have no intention of backing down. According to a 2023 report by Cybersecurity Ventures, the costs of global cybercrime are expected to hit $8 trillion this year and will increase by 15 percent per year over the next three years.

How to prevent identity theft: Tips for a safer online presence

In 2023, the ominous specter of identity theft looms larger than ever. Recent reports indicate that identity theft continues to plague Americans: in the first half of the year alone, nearly 560,000 cases of identity theft were reported nationwide. This unsettling trend puts 2023 on track to surpass one million identity theft complaints.

5 Phishing facts in 2023 every business owner should know

Phishing is a social engineering attack that relies on manipulation, deception, and human error to steal vital information and/or to gain unauthorized access to a computer system. In a phishing scam, cybercriminals impersonate trustworthy institutions and send an email asking for personal information, or they instruct recipients to click on a link which would download and install malware onto their device.

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