Cyber Security Standards Compliance: A Vital Measure to Critical Infrastructure Protection

The usage of technology in today’s world is inevitable. Whether it is making reservations on our smart phones, or checking emails, or checking in for flights, usage of technology is present. Further, the globalization phenomenon we see today means we are living in a world where almost everything is interconnected to one another. Governments, businesses and societies around the world are relying more and more on technology and the Internet in their daily lives. Whilst its benefits cannot be questioned, unfortunately the increase of our reliance on technology implies that we are at higher risk of attack and breaches – cyber-attacks. Companies are being hacked causing millions of individuals to be victims of stolen identity and information. Governments worldwide are also facing the increasing threats of cyber-attacks.

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Identity Finder

Identity Finder provides users the ability to prevent identity theft and data leakage by finding and protecting sensitive data. They have quickly grown to become a leader in identity protection and DLP by helping millions of consumers, small businesses, and enterprises across the world. Identity Finder, LLC was founded in 2001 by innovative security experts and is headquartered in New York City. The management team is comprised of globally recognized specialists that are thought leaders in the security and privacy industry. The Identity Finder Series is the company’s flagship line of data leakage prevention products. Using the company’s proprietary AnyFind technology, Identity Finder intelligently and automatically locates social security numbers, credit card numbers, bank accounts, passwords, driver’s licenses, dates of birth, and other private data that can be used to commit identity fraud. The product searches within files, emails, browsers and other system areas where people might

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Identity Finder

Identity Finder provides users the ability to prevent identity theft and data leakage by finding and protecting sensitive data. They have quickly grown to become a leader in identity protection and DLP by helping millions of consumers, small businesses, and enterprises across the world. Identity Finder, LLC was founded in 2001 by innovative security experts and is headquartered in New York City. The management team is comprised of globally recognized specialists that are thought leaders in the security and privacy industry. The Identity Finder Series is the company’s flagship line of data leakage prevention products. Using the company’s proprietary AnyFind technology, Identity Finder intelligently and automatically locates social security numbers, credit card numbers, bank accounts, passwords, driver’s licenses, dates of birth, and other private data that can be used to commit identity fraud. The product searches within files, emails, browsers and other system areas where people might

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