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Securely Yours Podcast Episode: 1

This is the first episode of the new Securely Yours Podcast. Our first guest is the CTO of Securely Yours, Philip Chukwuma. Topics include IT Governess, Cyber Monitoring, Security Awareness, and Incident Response.

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  • June 17 2022
  • Julia Romaniuk

Getting into Hacker’s mind

As the Chief Marketing Officer for our Corporate Office, I get asked the question a lot – where should I focus? Or how should I prepare my cyber defenses to thwart a hacker attack?

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  • June 17 2022
  • Sajay Rai

Biggest Myth about Cyber Security

As an owner of Both Securely Yours and Securely Managed LLCs in United States, we are delighted to have our subsidiary opened in India.  I have been practicing cyber security since 1989 and have frequently come across the following questions

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  • June 16 2022
  • Ajay Rai

The Cyber World is Changing in India

For several years, India may have languished behind other countries in ensuring that the security and privacy of Indian citizen’s personal data residing within Governments, Corporations and public/private institutions is appropriately protected.  But with the recent announcement of Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) that mutual fund houses to report all cyberattacks, threats, cyber incidents and breaches within six hours of noticing such incidents has changed the landscape.

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Department of Justice Changes Policy for Charging Cases under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

Now it looks like the U.S. Government has learned what the major corporations have known for some time.

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157-year-old Lincoln College blames Ransomware attack for closure

The cyberattack “thwarted admissions activities and hindered access to all institutional data, creating an unclear picture of Fall 2022 enrollment projections

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Due to U.S. tensions with Russia concerning Ukraine, the CISA has issued a “Shields up” warning.

Take this time to evaluate your open security perimeter and minimize the attack surface where possible.

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