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FEATURED BLOG: Data Breach and Incident Response Plans | 2019 Templates & Best Practices

According to a recent cybersecurity report from IBM, over 75% of organizations do not have a solid data breach response plan in place. Don’t be part of the statistic! Use the 2019 templates and best practices we’ve compiled in this article to create and maintain your own incident response plan.

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Citigroup Breach Triggers Congressional Response

A data breach at Citigroup - which reportedly exposed an estimated 200,000 customer accounts - has urged U.S. Congress to re-introduce legislation and penalize the very organizations that have been victimized by hackers. What are the next steps your company should take?

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Top 10 Healthcare Data Breaches in 2010

Most data breaches are caused by simple acts of carelessness. In 2010, the average cost of a data breach rose by over $200 a record. Explore the top ten most expensive data breaches that occurred in 2010, then learn how to prevent them in your organization.

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Driving Securely Through the Cloud

In simplistic terms, the cloud is any application, file host, or virtual computer that is accessed solely via the Internet. Learn more about what the cloud is and how to face cloud security concerns in this article.

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Managed File Transfer Solutions Streamline HIPAA and HITECH Complexities

Managed file transfer (MFT) software is great for policy enforcement, access authentication, user and key management, risk reduction, and more. Automate your file transfers and workflows in line with healthcare regulation requirements by investing in a MFT solution.

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Are You Next in Line for a Data Breach?

A data breach is closer than you think. With percentages rising, organizations need to protect their files and business information or risk losing it to a successful cyber attack. Thankfully, there are easy steps you can take to secure your data and prevent a successful future breach.

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What is PGP and How Does It Work?

GoAnywhere MFT uses the OpenPGP standard to ensure your file transfers successfully complete, are sent to the right place, arrive in tact, and are protected and encrypted from unauthorized recipients. But what is PGP, exactly, and how does it work? Read this article to find out.

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The Culture of Data Security

We need to grow a data security culture that includes securing file transfers. Currently, the largest security holes exist in the departments outside the core IT organization. They don't place the same value on the protection of personal data as IT departments do.

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Who is Protecting Your Healthcare Records?

According to a study from the Ponemon Institute, patient privacy is often overexposed and less of a priority than expected. Dig into our recap of this study, including takeaways on HITECH rules and the main cause of current healthcare data breaches, then learn why it might be time to switch to a Secure Managed File Transfer solution for your encryption needs.

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New Message Queues and Network Shares Added to GoAnywhere MFT

GoAnywhere MFT 3.5 is now available with more features to help organizations automate, secure, and manage their file transfers. These include Message Queues and File Monitors. Learn about version 3.5 and read the full press release in this article.

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Dealing with the HITECH Requirements of HIPAA

Encrypting your data is the most recognized, safest, and least expensive means of protecting your organization from liability from unauthorized access. If you've been to putting off addressing the potential pitfall of unauthorized access to your data, now is the time to investigate.

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