Category Archive for "News"

Improving your security with the NIST Cybersecurity Framework


Adopting the NIST Cybersecurity Framework can help any organization improve its cyber readiness. Organizations that already have a security program based on regulatory compliance requirements such as HIPAA and SOX or industry standards such as PCI-DSS and ISO 27001 can…

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MCG Cybersecurity Webinar: Risk Management for Small Business – 10/24

Learn the five steps all businesses must follow to protect themselves from costly data breaches. This will be the first of a monthly series to educational webinars for small business leaders. Knowing is the first step in protecting your business….

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Security Risk Management Workshop

Learn how leveraging C-TPAT and the NIST Cybersecurity Framework help you manage security risk and provide financial benefits for your business. Join MCGlobalTech Wed, Dec 9, 2015 for our Security Risk Management workshops to discover best practices for compliance and security and hear from…

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MCGlobalTech Salutes All Our Veterans – Thank You

Happy Veterans Day from MCGlobalTech MCGlobalTech salutes all our veterans on this Veterans Day including our very own Managing Principal of Technical Services, Eugene Dorns. As an avid supporter of the veteran community, MCGlobalTech Co-Founder, William McBorrough, is a proud…

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Mozilla’s Non-Public Vulnerability Database Hacked: Poor Enterprise Security to Blame

On September 6th, Mozilla announced in a blog post that sensitive information was stolen from their private vulnerability database. This private vulnerability database was used in conjunction with Mozilla’s Bugzilla tracking system and contained non-public Firefox browser bugs. The attackers…

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Why You Need a Formal Security Program

Most business entities today, at minimum, do at least something to protect their proprietary data, sensitive business operations, and critical systems but is something really enough? More than likely, it’s not. While doing something is a little better than nothing...
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