Guidance For Approaching Data Security Regulations

RigidBitsCybersecurity Legislation, Cybersecurity Practices, Risks

Every day at Rigid Bits, we are working to help businesses understand cybersecurity. As part of those education efforts, we’ve spent some time thinking about how companies required to abide by data security laws can best approach meeting requirements. Data Security Simplified We’ve developed a quick, 2-page guide, to understand the approach of compliance. The guide is intended to give … Read More

Resilience: Enduring the Cyber Attack

RigidBitsCybersecurity Legislation, Cybersecurity Practices, Risks

Resilience is Key to Continuity Operations At Rigid Bits, we are constantly working to stay ahead of cybersecurity trends. Recently, we’ve been breaking down information for how our clients can approach understanding data security laws and how to meet their requirements. These activities have forced us to take a closer look at cybersecurity frameworks. Within the NIST cybersecurity framework, an … Read More

Guidance for approaching your Cybersecurity Program

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They say that knowing is half the battle. Thanks to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, businesses can know where they stand and where they need to go by taking an objective look at their current cybersecurity posture. For this blog post, we’ll focus on what a company, with an immature cybersecurity program, should consider when tackling cyber challenges. Cybersecurity professionals make … Read More

Business Email Compromise: Protections and Recovery

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Business Email Compromise Protections and Recovery Actions In June of 2018, Crowdstrike published a blog post which outlines capabilities to pull forensic evidence from Microsoft Outlook after a business email compromise. Shortly after, these capabilities were removed and no longer available. We’ve increasingly been asked to assist with business email compromise and there have been a few key takeaways from … Read More