Roger is responsible for all TSI’s Marketing & Communications. He graduated with a Bachelor's in Marketing from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with Honors. He joins us with a vast amount of marketing experience, spanning 13 years in licensed branding for global consumer brands, as well as managing operations within the pharmaceutical healthcare sector.
Today, he is responsible for implementing our marketing initiatives, managing our campaigns, as well as cultivating our social media and client communications. He focuses his efforts on providing content that our clients find of interest, including technology trends, or the latest security vulnerabilities from our trusted internal experts.
The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has published a new version of the industry standard that businesses use to safeguard payment data before, during, and after purchase. PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) version 3.2 replaces previous versions in addressing the growing threats to customer payment information.
During a recent data security expo hosted by Taiwan’s Presidential Office, 54 malware-infested thumb drives were handed out to the public by the Criminal Investigation Bureau. These infected USB sticks were among the 250 drives the bureau gave to winners of a game about cybersecurity knowledge at their exhibit.
A white hacker recently developed a working ransomcloud strain that encrypts cloud email accounts like Office 365 in real-time. A scary thought when so many organizations trust the cloud and software manufacturers like Microsoft to keep their information secure.
Each year, researchers from SplashData revealed the worst passwords of 2017, based on the over 5 million stolen login credentials made public over the year. Despite the continued warnings from cybersecurity experts, people continue to choose weak, easily guessable passwords to protect their most precious information.
Hilton Hotels reached a settlement this month with New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman and Vermont Attorney General TJ Donovan following two breaches in 2015. The settlement totaled $700,000
Whether you are moving to the cloud, refreshing equipment, moving offices and/or data centers, or simply cleaning house, properly discarding of old machines can be a tough task. The complexity of decommissioning IT assets only becomes more of a burden when you’re working in a highly regulated industry sector.
In a report conducted by Osterman Research and sponsored by Malwarebytes, more than 1,000 small and medium-sized businesses were surveyed in June 2017 about ransomware and other critical security issues. What we discovered was surprising—ransomware authors aren’t only targeting enterprise businesses for big payouts. They’ve got their greedy gaze on businesses of all sizes. In … Continued
Data breaches are running 29% above last year, according to a report released by the Identity Theft Resource Center and Cyberscout. Hacking was the leading cause of data breaches nationwide, more than 790 so far this year. More than 12 million records have been exposed, although two-thirds of data breach notifications or public notices did … Continued
Did you know there are over 8,500 different Local, State, and Federal standards & requirements your organization may be required to comply with? This staggering number can come as a surprise to many. That’s why we’ve taken the time to compile a list of the most common standards which may require your organization to implement … Continued
Privacy…we all talk about it and we’re all concerned with losing it, but does it really matter? There are 1.94 billion active monthly Facebook users, 3.5 billion daily Google searches, and over 95 million photos & videos shared on Instagram each day. These are a few examples of the many apps, fun quizzes & surveys, … Continued