As Internet users everywhere are on heightened alert following the discovery of the password-compromising Heartbleed bug earlier this month, it appears as though some web surfers just can’t catch a break. This weekend, news of a potential AOL Mail breach came to light, with users airing their frustrations on Twitter using the hashtag #AOLhacked. It […]

Being friendly and social can enhance your career, strengthen friendships and overall lead to a happier life. However, we need to be mindful that those social interactions don’t make it easy for cyber criminals to gain valuable sensitive or personal information about our lives.  In a social engineering attack, an attacker uses human interaction (social […]

There’s been a tremendous amount of activity over the past few weeks in response to the Heartbleed bug discovered in OpenSSL, an open source tool used by thousands of web sites to encrypt web traffic. The bug enables an attacker to obtain a random 64K chunk of memory which could contain sensitive information, such as […]

I consider myself a marketer first and foremost, however my work has led me to become knowledgeable of the security landscape as well. There are times when it is important for me to touch on relevant security reports in my blog. Today is one of those times, as McAfee has  released a report about money […]

I just read though the 2014 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) which was made available on Verizon’s Enterprise site this week. Wow, 1,367 confirmed data breaches! It’s good to know that there are tools available to help prevent these incidents. And it’s our job to help businesses deploy these tools in a cost-effective and […]