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Living the Age of Hackers Anxiety

Many consumers and business are anxious about the security of their information, both on their own devices and on business networks. While they worry about being hacked, they continue to engage in risky activities. According to a recent survey published by Arbor Networks, 75% of adults say they are concerned about their security, privacy, malware and websites tracking...

Health care: Most valuable data, least investment in data security

Recent reports suggest that health care firms fail to properly invest in strong data security. Cybercrime is no joke, but many organizations still don't take data protection seriously. Unfortunately, recent reports suggest that health care firms are among those businesses and associations that fail to properly invest in strong data security.  According to CNBC - which...

US firms and the growing risk of cyberespionage

Cyberspace has no boundaries or borders, and this spells trouble for corporations around the world. Cyberspace has no boundaries or borders, and this spells trouble for corporations around the world. In an attempt to stamp out cyberespionage, governments are creating agreements dedicated to preventing cybercriminal activity and promoting better cyberawareness on both a...

Personal data protection: What's your data worth?

Your data is valuable. Data security is not just a concern for corporations with millions of shoppers' payment card numbers and valuable intellectual property. As a consumer, you also need to implement data protection solutions if you want your personal emails, private information and sensitive data to stay out of the hands of cybercriminals, the government and data...

Snapshot: The organized state of cybercrime

Organized cybercrime is a major problem for today's businesses. Given the sophisticated nature of modern attack vectors and the value of personal data, it should come as no surprise that criminal organizations have formed with the intent of inspiring political change, committing corporate espionage and instilling their views on digital privacy on the world. In fact,...

Incident Response Planning (IRP): 3 questions you should ask

If IRPs are mandatory to prepare for post-breach circumstances, organizations need to ask themselves these three questions. Data breach madness has reached a peak, as organizations slowly but surely discover one by one how no one is safe in today's cyberclimate. And experts universally agree that intrusions are inevitable, since attack vectors keep appearing in the form...
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CloudMask provides end-to-end encryption for emails, files and applications. Only those you explicitly trust can decrypt and see your data in clear; Not hackers, Cloud Providers, Government Agencies, or even CloudMask. Twenty-six government cybersecurity agencies around the world back these claims.

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