Tag: Executive Order
Oct 13, 2022
Why banks need to act now or risk non-compliance with new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) guidance
If the gauntlet hadn’t been thrown before to protect financial and banking customers’ data, it’s definitely lying on the floor now. The recent circular bulletin from the CFPB makes it clear that financial institutions can’t slow-walk any security upgrades: “Inadequate security for the sensitive consumer information collected, processed, maintained, or stored by the company can …
Executive Order 14028
Executive Order 14028 is a cybersecurity order issued by President Biden requiring agencies to improve and standardize defenses of their digital systems. The EO spawned a number of policy changes to improve software supply chain security, mandate Zero Trust cybersecurity principles, and phishing-resistant MFA. The recent frequency of widespread and invasive cyber attacks has prompted the government to take action.
The future of Federal cybersecurity is here
Smart cards, while they provide strong security, can be complex for to adopt both for the organization and the end users alike. Users may even have to carry smart card readers and additional peripherals to use the solution. Read this solution to understand how a modern and simplified smart card approach can augment your existing smart card strategy and provide strong phishing defense in the modern cyber threat landscape. All while being very well suited for your hybrid or remote workforce, with users working across a range of modern desktops, tablets and smart phones.
Mar 30, 2022
White House declaration: act now for cybersecurity attack protection
Last week, President Biden made a statement that couldn’t have been clearer in its message regarding cybersecurity attack protection to the private sector: “If you have not already done so, I urge our private sector partners to harden your cyber defenses immediately by implementing the best practices we have developed together over the last year …