How would you like to walk into an HIPAA audit? Most will go in wondering - or worrying - if the security measures in place reflect their company’s due diligence to protect their ePHI (electronic protected health information). Others will have the forethought to be proactive in their situation and know they have done what is necessary to protect the information for which they are responsible. We want you to be the latter.
The European Union GDPR laws went into effect May 25th. The U.S. is not far behind, and just last week California passed its own group of privacy protection laws meant to protect California residents from the mishandling of their personal information.
As companies like Facebook and Equifax who have been front and center for the mismanagement of personal information for millions of people, what do new privacy laws mean for individuals and businesses?
In this episode Greg and Jeff speak...
Do the headlines about data breaches and information hacks have you worried, but you don’t know where to turn?
If you’re afraid of having a cybersecurity “guru” take your money without delivering on their outlandish claims, there are some steps you can take to weed out the snake oil salesmen from the real cybersecurity experts.
Hate seeing that troubleshoot error pop up?
Wouldn’t it be a lot less taxing when you have the problem identify itself with solutions, instead of you scrambling to fix the issue.
Reactive mode can be a stressful operation mode that no company wants to work in, but what if we can go from reactive to predictive mode.
With so many available languages, knowing which one to choose for automation can be overwhelming.
In this interview with Eric Chou from A10 Networks, we learn advantages of using Python Networking to automate tasks as engineers.
The cryptocurrency market is always changing. Is it a reliable investment, and who should be investing in it?
In this episode Defrag This host Greg Mooney, and guest Adam Bertram, an IT industry expert, discuss the current cryptocurrency trend and what some of the downsides are to investing.
New regulations always mean a flurry of activity for affected companies, and the European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation is no exception.
The bill passed in 2016, but it gave companies two years to fall in line. That means the deadline of May 2018 is looming for companies with consumer data interests in the EU.
Not making that deadline could mean fines and civil suits. And then there’s the possibility of cultivating a bad reputation for not caring enough about the...
Can we ever be completely safe when it comes to wifi security?
No. Cue the panic.
Just kidding. We really can’t be 100% safe using wifi, but that doesn’t mean we should just throw caution to the wind and neglect any attempts at security whatsoever. There are security protocols available to help keep things more secure.
But what are the differences and why do those differences matter?
In this episode, Brad Kaul, wi-fi expert and consultant for Internal IT, gives us a breakdown of the...