Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification 2.0 (CMMC 2.0) Resources

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Retailers Prepare for the Holiday Season — and Cybersecurity Threats

The holiday shopping season brings an annual surge in sales and revenue for retailers. With it, comes a threat worse than coal in your stocking: cyberattacks. During the holidays, retailers experience the anxiety of managing a larger volume of transactions, delivering the perfect consumer experience, and ensuring all orders are filled and delivered in a


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Downgraded but Still Dangerous: Continue to Take the OpenSSL Vulnerabilities Very Seriously

Do you know where you’re using OpenSSL versions 3.0.0 through 3.0.6 in your environments? The latest critical vulnerability to hit the news, in a recent flood of zero-days and high-profile vulnerabilities, is OpenSSL versions 3.0.0 through 3.0.6, and like the other scary security flaws, it’s not something organizations can afford to ignore. We’re still referring


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Safeguards Rule: 9 Steps to Compliance for Auto Dealerships

Automobile dealerships collect and store large amounts of consumer data, including Social Security numbers, bank account information, and credit applications, so it’s no wonder that they’re prime targets for cyberattacks. The average ransomware payout for a dealership is $228,125, up 8% from first quarter of 2021, according to a 2022 CDK Global cybersecurity study. The


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