The Aftermath of a Data Breach

The Aftermath of a Data Breach

The Internet has gradually brought about fundamental changes in corporate data collection and security. Companies have more information about their customers today than ever before - and when a data breach occurs, it affects millions of people. The Internet also ensures that there is virtually no way to cover up the bad news of a data breach - people will find out eventually.

How Business Continuity Negates Ransomware Attacks

How Business Continuity Negates Ransomware Attacks

In November 2016 -- the day after Black Friday -- the public transit system of San Francisco fell prey to a ransomware attack that disabled its ticketing system for an entire day. With no fallback system in place -- and no way to sell tickets without the computer system -- the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency had no choice but to open the gates and let passengers ride for free.