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IT Security Archives - Delap CPA


18 Sep

New Service, New Website, Same Experienced Team

September 18, 2017 | By | No Comments

Delap is pleased to announce the launch of our new website showcasing Delap’s growing cyber security service offerings! Delap has been serving the industry as trusted experts in information security since 1992, from active participation in developing domestic and international payment security standards (ANSI and ISO) to supporting customers in achieving their security and compliance […]

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14 Sep

The Newest Attack on Bluetooth Devices and How You Can Protect Yourself

September 14, 2017 | By | No Comments

Yesterday, researchers at Armis announced that they had found a series of vulnerabilities in Bluetooth that can allow an attacker to take over a device in seconds, with no interaction from the user end. They have dubbed this new attack “BlueBorne.” Bluetooth is a short range wireless protocol most commonly used to send things like […]

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08 May

Cyber Risk: Critical Intel Vulnerability

Intel confirmed that a critical vulnerability exists in computers running an affected version of the Intel Active Management Technology (AMT), Intel Standard Manageability (ISM) and Intel Small Business Technology. This is a hardware-level vulnerability and undermines security or controls implemented at the operating system or application levels. In brief, it allows an attacker to gain […]

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06 Apr

Understanding Internet Privacy

With the inevitable rise in chatter regarding the recent rollback of FCC privacy rules related to internet service providers (ISPs) handling of consumer data, it’s crucial to understand the role privacy plays in our own lives. To read the original FCC ruling and the Congressional joint resolution signed by the President on April 3rd, 2017, […]

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09 Mar

Verify Before You Trust: Implementing A Validation Policy For Your Company

It’s that time of year again; fraudsters are out in droves looking for ways to obtain data about you and your employees in order to cash in on filing fraudulent tax returns! So what are a few steps you can take as an employer to reduce the risk of unknowingly providing fraudsters with the very […]

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