White Papers

It’s never easy to juggle the demands for flexibility and innovation with the need for security, compliance, and risk management. At Securance, we help our clients find the right balance, but there are always more challenges ahead. Our white papers help make sense of the issues, so you can stop searching for answers and start taking action.

  • The Impact of COVID-19 on Cybersecurity

    COVID-19 has changed the cybersecurity landscape dramatically. What effects will last after the pandemic, and what does the future hold for cybersecurity?

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  • Implementing the NIST Cybersecurity Framework in Healthcare

    For healthcare providers, compliance with such regulations as HIPAA and HITECH can be complicated. Aligning security processes and controls with the NIST Cybersecurity Framework can streamline compliance efforts and make compliance more attainable.

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  • Thieves in the Network: Advanced Persistent Threats

    Advanced persistent threats are targeted cyber attacks that enable hackers to steal sensitive data right under the noses of their victims. Learn about the stages of APT attacks and how you can defend against them.

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  • Unscammable: The Guide to Fostering a Culture of Security Awareness

    Human error is the number-one culprit in successful social engineering attacks. This white paper highlights effective strategies to build a comprehensive security awareness program, and one Securance client shares their recipe for success.

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  • Encryption 101: Data Privacy in the Modern Age

    In this white paper, we cover the types of encryption available, controls, and compliance requirements to consider when developing an encryption strategy and the challenges associated with implementation.

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  • Developing a Cloud-Specific Governance Strategy

    Oftentimes, when it comes to IT, organizations find themselves reacting to and putting out fires, rather than taking the time to establish effective governance strategies. Even when new technology is purchased, the IT department itself is mistakenly left out of the loop, causing a disconnect between business and technology initiatives. To avoid this, organizations should gain a clear understanding of what cloud governance entails, whose voices should be heard when developing new cloud strategies, and which objectives the business hopes to complete that can be supported by implementing standardized policies.

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