What to do in the aftermath of the JPMorgan breach

CSO Magazine | Oct 3, 2014

The compromise of 10s of millions of JPMorgan Chase accounts poses the greatest risk of phishing attacks on consumers and small businesses, experts say.

“Any small business who is already a customer of JPMC should make sure all their employees are aware that the breach happened, and be specifically careful to make sure that anything that looks like communication from JPMC is actually from the bank,” Mike Lloyd, chief technology officer for RedSeal, said.


Fast Company | Oct 3, 2014

An enormous privacy breach has compromised the bank accounts of 83 million JPMorgan Chase customers, including 76 million households, spilling out customer names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses.

“The fact that JPMorgan Chase could be breached should send a shiver of fear through every organization on the planet,” Steve Hultquist, chief evangelist at RedSeal Networks, said in an email sent to Fast Company.

3 money facts your phone knows about you

Bankrate | Oct 1, 2014

Toting the details of your financial life around with you on a smartphone may be convenient, but it also puts that information at risk for anyone who gains access to that phone.

“Our whole lives are on our phones,” says Robert Capps, senior director of customer success at RedSeal Networks, a digital security firm. Which means our whole lives, including our finances, are up for grabs.