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The four crucial policies every risk manager needs

Having a BCP doesn’t mean there won’t be gaps in productivity.

Customer data breached at Wegmans

The food store chain Wegmans, which has a supermarket in Harrison, has notified its customers that two of its cloud-based databases that “are meant...

Work from home and technology combine in financial services

While social distancing and the economic slowdown in response to the COVID-19 outbreak forced many businesses to embrace the work-from-home concept, it’s a concept...

Xerox to provide print infrastructure services to defense firm BAE Systems

Xerox's Hervé Tessler said the company will "drive workplace transformation with security as the backbone."

Pitney Bowes offers identification match product for financial institutions

Pitney Bowes' Bob Guidotti said the product will "reduce millions of dollars in operations expenses" while improving productivity and compliance.

Cybersecurity leading corporate board directors’ concerns, Stamford firm finds

High-profile data breaches at the likes of Equifax, the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission and Uber have contributed to the growing concern.

Security robot makes public debut at Bridgeport tech firm

A+ Technology is the first authorized dealer and integrator of Sharp's autonomous security robot.

Report: Feds to pick up tab from Prince Harry visit

The federal government paid for the majority of the security arrangements that were put in place as a result of Prince Harry's May 15 visit to the Greenwich Polo Club, according to reports.

Security plans boast Marine pedigree

Marist graduate and former Marine Patrick Van Horne has opened a business in Tarrytown named Active Analysis Consulting. He targets the bad guys in what is currently a one-man shop.

Commerce and crime on the computer

A pair of conferences will update businesses on outreach and outright theft.

BranchServ adds Checkpoint unit

BranchServ is adding a Checkpoint business unit that sells bank security systems.

Three IT must-haves to keep a small business running smoothly

With IT playing a significant role in day-to-day business operations, small businesses need to consider three key components: security, policies and disaster recovery.

Pitney Bowes to host entrepreneur contest forum

Pitney Bowes is holding an Aug. 22 meeting in Stamford to go over its new entrepreneurship contest.

Application infiltration

Smartphone consumer security issues can corrupt corporate files.

Defentect takes on the Droid

Norwalk threat-detection company expands its smartphone initiative.