This is a question that we are constantly being asked. In this small article I will give you an overview of what other leading quizzes would cost you compare with what you pay on CCCure. Look at the article and you can judge by yourself.
BadUSB vulnerability is considered one of the worst IT vulnerabilities ever found.
Discovered a few months ago, this big security hole affects the way USB devices communicate with an operating system.
BadUSB is a major security flaw that allows online criminals turn a simple USB device, for example a keyboard, into a means of sending malicious commands from the user’s computer to trigger an action or contact a server controlled by hackers.
Software Development security is an important domain on the exam. Lack of knowledge and involvement of Security in the SDLC is one of the main cause of the issues we have today with enterprise software. Look at this great article from Jeff William telling you HOW to do it properly and giving you great link to learn more.
SophosLabs has uploaded a new security awareness video that is really well done. In two minutes you can teach your users How to pick a proper password. This is one video all of your users should see.
This is a great book on Cryptography. A free copy can be downloaded at the link provided within this article. You are allowed to download one copy per person for personal usage.
Videos and information on how to use the HEISC security assessment tool for higher education.
Nice video on how to conduct a Risk Analysis
A risk assessment helps your organization ensure it is compliant with HIPAA’s administrative, physical, and technical safeguards.
The Administrative Simplification provisions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA, Title II)
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The HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF) provides the foundation for HITRUST Central, a managed, online community that is designed to be a resource for healthcare information security professionals