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National Cyber Security Awareness

Don't Forget About September’s Non-Equifax Security Disasters

Arraya Insights| October 6, 2017

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month meaning that for one whole month issues such as security hygiene, data breaches, and defense strategies should take center stage. Although, after the September the business world just had, it might be hard to notice much of a difference. Even setting aside the near history-making cyber disaster that […]

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Missed Upgrade Leads to JPMorgan Chase Cyber Attack

Arraya Insights| December 29, 2014

Your network security has been breached and your company’s sensitive data is in the hands of cyber crooks. That in and of itself is a bad enough spot to be in, but the salt in the wound? Hearing security experts say that a simple fix could have prevented the attack in the first place. It’s […]

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Cyber Security Month Recap

Arraya Insights| November 17, 2014

October has come and gone and with it so has another National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The month-long celebration sponsored by the US Department of Homeland Security, in cooperation with the National Cyber Security Alliance and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center was designed to bring digital security issues to the forefront. Throughout the […]

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Making the Business Case for an Enterprise Mobility Management Suite

Arraya Insights| October 30, 2014

The dividing line between “work computer” and “personal computer” is getting harder and harder to spot. That’s because the ability to work anywhere, anytime is something that’s less of a novelty and more of an expectation these days. And not only do employees want to be able to access their work data from any location, […]

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Companies Paying Even More to Resolve Cyber Attacks

Arraya Insights| October 28, 2014

Businesses are having to work harder and spend more time trying to effectively contain and then resolve cyber-attacks, and that effort is starting to take a toll on their bottom lines. On average this year it’s taken companies 31 days to contain a cyber-attack.  They’ve spent an estimated $639,462 during that 31-day period while they […]

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Poodle Vulnerability Leads to More Digital Worries

Arraya Insights| October 23, 2014

It may not have an ominous-sounding name like Heartbleed or Shellshock, but the just-discovered Poodle vulnerability is still something that could cause problems for IT teams and end users alike. The vulnerability, which was discovered by Google researchers Bodo Möller, Thai Duong and Krzysztof Kotowicz, affects SSL 3.0 encryption software. Poodle (short for “Padding Oracle On […]

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Dropbox False Alarm: 5 Tips for More Secure Passwords

Arraya Insights| October 22, 2014

Earlier this month you may have heard the sound of millions of Dropbox users sighing in relief at the news that the popular file back-up and sharing site hadn’t become the latest victim of looting hackers. Hackers posted online that they’d gotten ahold of the user credentials of seven million Dropbox users. The more Bitcoins […]

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