You count your website as an asset, right? It is the digital front door to your business and the great web address you invested in, MyCompany.com, makes it so convenient for visitors to find. The only problem is that your digital moniker could have been hijacked.
Update (January 7, 2019): As Marriott International continues to release more details about its data breach, there is both good news and bad.
If your company reports under AICPA SOC (System and Organization Controls) 2, you should already be preparing for the new guidance and updated Trust Services Criteria (TSC) that take effect for periods ending after December 15, 2018.
With the number of individuals impacted by Starwood breach, the big question yet to be answered is, “Who was specifically impacted?”
This Breach Hits Home: Why is the Marriott/Starwood Data Breach Different? And How Can You Protect Yourself?
Marriott shared today the awareness of a data breach that has impacted the Starwood network since 2014. This one is different, because hackers appear to have gained access to information more personal than credit cards.
On October 16th, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued its “Report of Investigation…Regarding Certain Cyber-Related Frauds” regarding certain