Tag Archives: authentication

Oregon’s New IoT Law

Oregon became the latest state to require manufacturers of internet “connected devices” that make, sell or offer to sell the devices in the state to equip the device with “reasonable security features” according to Oregon House Bill 2395 amending ORS 646.607. According to the law, “[R]easonable security features” means methods to protect a connected device … Continue Reading

Closing The Door Behind Your MFA Implementation

I came across an article last week that indicated there was a successful attack on Microsoft’s Office 365 and Google’s G Suite environments that was able to bypass multi-factor authentication (MFA). However, after reading the article it was immediately clear the attack leveraged an old protocol, IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol), which does not support … Continue Reading

Privacy Tip #116 – Insider Error or Threat Continue to Cause Data Breaches

You continue to hear that your employees are your biggest risk when it comes to causing a data breach. Recent incidents that we have been involved in that were caused by employee error include: lost or stolen unencrypted laptops, phones or removable media; downloading sensitive information onto thumb drives or USB drives and losing them; … Continue Reading
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