By now, you have probably heard about the Heartbleed bug, estimated to affect up to two-thirds of all websites using the OpenSSL encryption protocol to protect usernames, passwords, credit and debit card...
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Cyber security has become a huge concern for businesses today, with valuable customer and corporate data accessible to determined individuals through a variety of avenues. Today, there are numerous digital and physical security risks posed by users who do not properly erase data before disposing of commonly used office equipment and devices. In order to […]
As thought leaders at the largest dedicated security company in the world, we are tapped into all the hot cyber security topics at all times. So when we hear news about a breaking trend, like the Heartbleed vulnerability or the Target hack, we understand the issue and know how to respond. However, many average Americans […]
Enterprises today are fighting an uphill battle when it comes to security. While there is a proliferation of security management and reporting tools available, the lack of integration and visibility can add more complexity and snags rather than less. Working between multiple security systems diverts attention from other tasks in addition to costing money and […]
With Google Glass, FitBit, smart cars, smart televisions, and more, it seems like the world is getting closer to the reality of the Internet of Things. In fact, according to IDC, the installed base of the Internet of Things will be approximately 212 billion “things” worldwide by 2020. Whether it’s wearable technology, household items, transportation […]
I came across an excellent book titled, Assessing Network Security. It’s written by three Microsoft security researchers who understand Domain Controllers (DCs) inside out. I found it quite insightful and I strongly recommend it if you are in charge of IT Security. They describe DC security with a single sentence – “Defending the keys to […]