Combating Cybersecurity Challenges with Advanced Analytics

August 19, 2019

Cyber crimes and security threats have grown at an exponential rate in recent years, and the momentum is only growing. According to Juniper Research, over 146 billion records will be exposed through criminal data breaches from 2018 to 2023, growing at a rate of 22.5% per year.1 This builds on the astounding number of data breaches reported over the past few years. In a recent report from Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC), the number of breached customer records containing personally identifiable information (PII) skyrocketed by 126% from 2017 to 2018, with a staggering total of around 446 million records leaked.2 Significant 2018 breaches include those experienced by Facebook,3 Under Armour4 and Marriott International.

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n-Link Corporation an Information Technology and Engineering Services company. Founded in 1995, we were voted as one of the top small company workplaces by Inc. Magazine in June 2011 and a winner of Inc. Magazine’s 500/5000 fastest growing companies in 2010 and 2011. n-Link has 130+ employees across the U.S. and in Korea, with offices in Alexandria, VA; Bend, OR; and Silverdale, WA. Our employee-owners offer extensive knowledge and capabilities to support mid to high end software development, enterprise architecture C4ISR and cyber security/warfare.

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Cyber Security for Business

whitePaper | December 17, 2019

At CGI, cyber security is part of everything we do. For more than 40 years, we have helped clients manage complex security challenges with a business focused approach – protecting what is most valuable to them. As our economy becomes even more digital in nature, securing our organisations against cyber-attacks and data breaches has become one of the most important business issues facing senior management.

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Recommended Criteria for Cybersecurity Labeling of Consumer Software

whitePaper | February 4, 2022

Software is an integral part of life for the modern consumer. Nevertheless, most consumers take for granted and are unaware of the software upon which many products and services rely. From the consumer’s perspective, the very notion of what constitutes software may even be unclear. While enabling many benefits to consumers, that software that is, software normally used for personal, family, or household purposes can also have cybersecurity flaws or vulnerabilities which can directly affect safety, property, and productivity.

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Cybersecurity Whitepaper 2018

whitePaper | December 12, 2019

Most of the Small to medium-sized companies are unaware about the ways in which they’re vulnerable. More than 45% mistakenly believe they’re not a viable victim. They are just too small a target in comparison to larger organizations and tend to have a blind eye towards the cyber threats they face, which is in sharp contrast to what attackers think.

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IoT Cybersecurity vision 2018-2019

whitePaper | November 6, 2019

The emergence of IoT – the networked connection of people, process, data and things – is expected to significantly grow the number of connected devices worldwide, from billions of units we have today, to tens of billions of units expected to be deployed in the coming years as stated by several analysts.

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Ransomware: How to prevent, predict, detect & respond

whitePaper | January 9, 2020

The malicious programs known as ransomware have attracted a significant amount of coverage in the mainstream media over the last few years, as major companies and organizations announced that their operations had been affected by the threat. Examples of affected businesses include hospitals, universities and major international corporations [2, 3]. Despite the alarming nature of the threat, the way ransomware gains entry onto a user’s device is actually no different from the methods used by other threats. Ransomware is most commonly spread by two methods.

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Cyber Security: Defending your digital business

whitePaper | November 13, 2019

Your business relies on its technology – but lurking around the corner are intruders who can disrupt or devalue your operations. This report shines a light on the sources of the problem, and how you can establish the control you need to get the best from IT. In every corner of the globe, businesses are building new capabilities thatrely on technology. Small businesses are automating previously‐manual processes and digitizing key tasks and information sources. At the same time, large enterprises are dedicating vast resources to analytics and to digital transformation – capitalizing on the reach and opportunities enabled by digitalized processes.

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n-Link

n-Link Corporation an Information Technology and Engineering Services company. Founded in 1995, we were voted as one of the top small company workplaces by Inc. Magazine in June 2011 and a winner of Inc. Magazine’s 500/5000 fastest growing companies in 2010 and 2011. n-Link has 130+ employees across the U.S. and in Korea, with offices in Alexandria, VA; Bend, OR; and Silverdale, WA. Our employee-owners offer extensive knowledge and capabilities to support mid to high end software development, enterprise architecture C4ISR and cyber security/warfare.

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