5 Cyber Security Trends to Prepare for in 2020

Cyber security is rapidly changing game of cat and mouse, with IT professionals attempting to stay one step ahead of increasingly sophisticated attackers. That’s why it’s important to keep abreast of emerging attack vectors and other issues impacting the security climate. Here’s a look at some of the future trends in cyber security that security analysts are predicting for 2020, and what organizations can do to reduce their risk.

Escalating Cyberattacks Make HIPAA Compliance Critical in 2019

On Jan. 29, 2015, health benefits provider Anthem, Inc. discovered that its IT systems had been hit with an advanced persistent threat (APT) designed to exfiltrate data. The cyber attack exposed the electronic protected health information (ePHI) of almost 79 million people, making it the largest healthcare data breach in history.

IMX 2019 Highlights Cybersecurity Challenges and Solutions

Professionals from all levels of the commercial marine transportation industry, from CEOs to deckhands, gathered in St. Louis last month for the Inland Marine Expo (IMX). IMX is the annual trade show for highlighting the latest equipment, services, trends and issues that are relevant to the transportation of goods along U.S. inland and intracoastal waterways. We at GDS were excited to be a part of IMX 2019.

Why the Oil and Gas Sector Needs Layered Cybersecurity

In previous posts we’ve been talking about cybersecurity in the marine industry. Malware could disrupt or disable the onboard systems in increasingly high-tech vessels. Far more likely are attacks targeting end-user devices that could result in costly IT system downtime or a data breach. In light of these risks, operators of maritime and inland marine vessels should implement a layered security approach that incorporates network and end-user security.

Multiple Cellular Carriers + SD-WAN = Seamless Connectivity for Mobile Workers

Workers in the oil and gas industry often travel long distances to inspect and maintain pipelines and equipment. Tugboat and towboat operators are constantly moving up and down inland waterways. Construction management firms must send workers from job site to job site to oversee projects.

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