Envoy Data Corporation is constantly devoting hours of research to discovering the best and most effective solutions in the IT Security world. Many of our products are featured in SC Magazine and have received awards for performance. We are the top distributor in new IT Technology, offering multiple industry solutions supplying the best in IT Security products around the world. Don’t be fooled by businesses that claim to know about IT Security, when in reality they’ve never even used any of their products. Envoy Data’s staff of IT specialists have worked closely with manufacturers to ensure complete product knowledge. That means all our customers receive unrivaled customer support.
Those involved with government regulations will be pleased to find that Envoy Data carries all products necessary for U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) agencies.
Through our line of DoD approved solutions, users will be able to acquire the right Common Access Cards (CAC) and Middleware.
Our IT Specialists can help you design-in a securty solution that will be government compliant including, FIP 201 & FIPS 301, HSPD12, CJIS and TWIC as well as GSA Approved!
- Visa on Growth of Card-Not-Present FraudGord Jamieson Outlines How Canada Is Responding to New Wave of CNP IncidentsCanada led North America in EMV adoption, and now it is seeing a commensurate growth in card-not-present fraud. Gord Jamieson of Visa Canada describes how Visa is responding to this latest wave of CNP fraud.
- Equifax Disputes Report of Undisclosed Breach From MarchEquifax Claims Bloomberg Has Facts Mixed UpEquifax is disputing Bloomberg's report that it suffered an undisclosed data breach, discovered in March, that predates the massive breach that began in May. Instead, Equifax says the March incident involved its payroll service and that it notified all victims and required regulators.
- Addressing Application Security VulnerabilitiesAlex Mosher of CA Technologies Discusses Breach Prevention StrategiesMany recent data breaches, including the Equifax incident, show that "applications are really the vulnerable entry point into organizations and ultimately to organizations' data," says Alex Mosher of CA Technologies.
- Former Systems Administrator Gets Prison TimeDefendant Continued Systems Access After Leaving Pennsylvania Clinic GroupA former systems administrator who worked at a Pennsylvania clinic group for only about three weeks has been sentenced to 27 months in prison in a case involving wire fraud and hacking computers. The case highlights the importance of managing administrative credentials, especially when employees leave.
- DoD: Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Privacy TrainingThe Department of Defense and two other government agencies have issued a proposed rule designed to help ensure that government contractors provide adequate privacy training to their staff members.