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Who's Watching Your Stuff

Who's Watching Your Stuff

You take 86,000 here, and 86,000 there, and pretty soon you're talking real money. A recent survey revealed a single cyber-security incident now costs the average American small or medium business 86,500. For Enterprises, the number is nearly ten times larger (861,000). Kaspersky Lab asked

Why a SOC 2 Certification Really Matters

Why a SOC 2 Certification Really Matters

What's more important to your enjoyment of a good restaurant:  A chef who understands how to bring out the subtle characteristics of her ingredients and who combines them in creative and exciting ways, or a chef who graduated from the Culinary Institute of America? Who is more likely to diagnose

SLPowers Attains Coveted SOC 2 Designation for Information Security Controls

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Two-Factor Authentication

Two-Factor Authentication

Security gurus have long recommended the use of two-factor authentication as a key method of improving the security of your organization's most critical information. But more than 40 percent of companies continue to run single-authentication environments, in which employees attain network access by

Greater Ft Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce Appoints Gordon Merle to Board of Directors

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, April 26, 2017— The Board of Directors of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce has announced the appointment of Gordon Merle, Senior Account Executive at SLPowers, to their Board of Directors.  The Board members represent a cross-section of the business and

Greater Ft Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce Appoints Gordon Merle to Board of Directors

Greater Ft Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce Appoints Gordon Merle to Board of Directors

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, April 26, 2017— The Board of Directors of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce has announced the appointment of Gordon Merle, Senior Account Executive at SLPowers, to their Board of Directors.  The Board members represent a cross-section of the business and

Five Cyber Crime Factoids (Reader Discretion Is Advised)

Five Cyber Crime Factoids (Reader Discretion Is Advised)

No hype needed. Here are the facts. According to a 2016 report from Small Business Trends, 43 percent of cyberattacks target small businesses. These aren't crimes of opportunity anymore. Smaller businesses usually deploy easier defenses to hack, which transform those networks into gateways to

The Big Risk Cyber Insurance Can't Cover

The Big Risk Cyber Insurance Can't Cover

It's easy to see why cyber insurance has become must-have coverage for millions of American companies.  With the threat landscape changing faster than ever, with regulatory penalties growing real teeth, with court decisions sending mixed messages, carrying robust cyber insurance is more

What Yesterday's Internet Privacy Vote Means To Your Employees

What Yesterday's Internet Privacy Vote Means To Your Employees

The House of Representatives voted 215 to 205 to overturn a yet-to-take-effect regulation that would have required Internet Service Providers to get consumers' permission before selling their browsing data. Last Friday the Senate voted 50-48 to do the same. Both votes broke strictly along party

A Crisis is No Time for Improvisation

A Crisis is No Time for Improvisation

The hours right after a data breach are among the most chaotic any business will encounter. You don't want to spend them trying to improvise an intelligent, effective, and compliant response plan. According to the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, you are five times more likely to find