June 2023 Cybersecurity Newsletter

Welcome to our monthly cybersecurity newsletter. Our goal with this newsletter is to bring you some of the latest news in cybersecurity & business. This newsletter will be different from our weekly newsletter, POST. If you would like to see what our weekly newsletter covers, you can review the latest issue and subscribe at https://rts.news.

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June 2023

Why Radio Silence is the Wrong Response to a Cyber Event

Have you ever had personally identifiable information exposed in a data breach? Whether it was your own or somebody else’s, cyber events like this are increasingly common nowadays.In fact, 422M people had their information exposed in 2022.

Congress Exposed in PHI-Related Data Breach

DC Health Link, a dominant health insurance marketplace in Washington DC, announced a data breach that potentially affected the PHI of over 56K customers — many of whom work in or around Congress.

It's Time to Get Serious About Cyber-Compliance

Organizations must ensure that their cyber compliance efforts are up-to-date in order to protect against the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats.

Why is Meta in Hot Water with Data Privacy Advocates?

Back in 2020, the Federal Trade Commission instituted a privacy order that included additional regulations on Meta’s current privacy program. Now the FTC is back and accusing Meta of failing to appropriately comply with the 2020 order.

The Inside Scoop on Insider Threats

Insider threats are a major concern for businesses in the digital age. How much do you know about preventing this cyber-threat — and keeping yourself from becoming one?

Imprisoned for Bad Data Privacy?

If your non-compliance causes a data leak, the consequences could include fines, lost business, bad reviews, and even jail time!

Select Business & Tech Articles

June 2023

Time Management Is Dead: How I Actually Boosted My Team’s Productivity

Tanya Dalton, Forbes

You’ve probably heard that time management is the key to productivity. But what if we rethink this and embrace a new approach that focuses on outcomes (rather than tasks)? Learn how to shift your focus and become more productive.

Are Ransomware Attacks Declining, or Has Reporting Worsened?

Mark Stone, Security Intelligence

Statistics surrounding ransomware in 2023 show promise with incidents on the decline (at least on the surface). And while this is a step in the right direction, how do we really know if there are less incidents or just fewer people are reporting ransomware attacks?

5 Ways to Overcome Your Fear of Asking for Help

Aytekin Tank, Entrepreneur

Asking for help can feel intimidating so how can we learn to become comfortable with reaching out?  Learn about a few methods for establishing a company culture that regards both asking for and offering help as something to be admired.

Minimizing IP Theft and Insider Threats During Times of Layoffs

Chuck Randolph, Security Today

Employees that have been laid off or let go could pose as a threat risk for intellectual property. With a range of motivations, from ownership of work to replicating files at a future job, serious damage could be done. Discover new ways that companies can minimize insider threat risks.

And … Select Video Picks from our Staff

AI Creates Text to Music

Google shocks the music industry with new AI model that converts descriptions to music.

Cloning Yourself via AI

Using an individual’s personal language model, users can be cloned via ChatGPT.

Co-Inventor Speaks Out

Siri co-inventor says the current rollout of AI is ‘human trial without consent’.

ResTech shows interest in my business and solving our problems.
David Sawicki
ABJ Property Management

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