Tag Archives: non-public information

Anonymous! Lizard Squad! Is Your Business Cyber-Secure?

Cyber-security leapt into the spotlight yesterday with a confluence of three outages that most certainly caught the country’s attention! ‘First United Airlines halted all flights across the country due to a computer problem. “We experienced a network connectivity issue,” they said on Twitter. “We are working to resolve and apologize for any inconvenience.” Then the […]

Data Security 101 For Law Firms!

As a title insurance firm, data security and the protection of non-public information are both key components of our privacy pledge to clients and partners, much as it is for companies across the business spectrum! But with the prevalence and ever-increasing sophistication of the bad guys when it comes to trying to infiltrate the technology […]

2014 Title Insurance Industry Year In Review…Agent Licensing and ALTA’s Seven Pillars

title insurance licensing in new york state

2014 was a year that witnessed significant changes in the way that title insurance agents in New York State would be monitored and, for the first time, licensed by the NYS Department of Financial Services (DFS)! It also was a year in which title insurance agents needed to prove that they were in compliance with the Seven Pillars of Best Practices established by the American […]

Danger! Your Digital Copier May Be Holding Secrets! (Video)

Do businesses sufficiently consider the proprietary Information and data security risks posed by their digital copiers? Attending a conference yesterday, one of the speakers touched on a topic that many in the audience had never thought of or considered…The data and information risks posed by their innocent looking copy machine! Consider that if a survey was to […]