The recent Equifax hack reminds us just how vulnerable our information can be if the hands that hold it fail to properly secure that data.
Over the past several weeks, we’ve covered four topics that comprise a useful “security checklist” any business, big or small, can follow to improve the security of their business.
Several of the rules and regulations vital to a secure business hide behind obscure acronyms. Learn what they are and why your business should care about regulatory compliance.
Cryptography is hard. It’s a deep field filled with intense mathematics and littered with traps that can easily snare the unwary. That being said, there are critical crypto tools that help set even small businesses apart and help to protect the long-term viability of their enterprise.
Businesses of every size need to cope with the eventual loss or corruption of data or critical infrastructure. These are risks that impact the long-term viability of your business by threatening overall application integrity and business trust.
Ensuring that a modular architecture is also a secure architecture requires a development team to be principled and intentional throughout the engineering process. It is possible to leverage modular technologies and utilize tools like analytics engines and advertising without compromising user privacy.
As part of an ongoing series, we’re taking a look at security for small business, the tools that are available, and the best practices that keep your business ahead of the curve.
Here’s a great article by George V. Hulme, including discussions with Tozny CEO Isaac Potoczny-Jones about the tension between Agile, MVPs, and Security. See also the complete Q&A with Isaac at CSO Magazine. The first step is just saying, “We’re going to include security in the Agile definitions of done,” and once you’ve at least penetrated that level, which I don’t think …
Click here to listen to Tozny CEO, Isaac Potoczny-Jones’ interview about the new NSTIC projects on the Regarding ID Podcast. Galois, a Portland-based company that focuses on cyber security primarily for the U.S. government, is the final winner of the fourth round of NSTIC pilots. Galois and its partners will build a tool that relies on biometric authentication to enable the storing …
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) just announced that Galois (Tozny’s parent company) received a grant from the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC)! Tozny CEO, Isaac Potoczny-Jones, will be leading the project and Tonzy will be a part of the pilot. Read the full press release here. Galois, Inc. (Portland, Ore.: $ 1,856,778) Galois will build a tool to allow …
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