Omega’s Security & Compliance Officer Rick Mutzel speaks with Hedgeweek to discuss critical areas of importance for financial firms to consider as they stare down growing cyber threats and stringent regulatory requirements.
Cyber liability insurance policies – once nice-to-haves – are now becoming the norm for any organization that handles personal or sensitive data. Here are 10 things you need to prepare your business.
Omega Systems is pleased to officially unveil its managed IT compliance service, designed to help companies navigate the growing complexities associated with cybersecurity risk management and regulatory compliance.
New SEC proposed requirements for registered investment advisers would mandate significant enhancements to an organization’s cybersecurity posture.
Omega’s Security & Compliance Officer Rick Mutzel recently weighed in on the prevalence of phishing attacks, talking to WFMZ-TV 69 News after a local Pennsylvania woman was scammed out of more than $100K.
In a recent episode of Cavelo’s Insider Series, Omega's Ben Tercha discussed how drivers like compliance and cyber liability are influencing the business approach to risk management.
Microsoft Office 365's default configuration does not provide a level of security that businesses – particularly those that hold sensitive data & face stringent regulatory requirements – need to ward off data loss, compliance penalties and reputational damage.
Many businesses looking for cyber liability coverage for the first time OR looking to renew an existing policy are often unprepared with the necessary information needed to secure a cybersecurity insurance policy.
Companies of all sizes and across all industries, from local government agencies to global healthcare enterprises, are managing inordinate amounts of data – a challenge complicated exponentially of late with the prevalence of remote and hybrid work environments as well as increasing regulatory and compliance oversight from varying levels of authority.
On January 17th, CISA National Cyber Awareness System (NCAS) posted a warning regarding a Microsoft critical zero-day vulnerability, confirmed by Microsoft, in a Security Advisory earlier the same day.