Posts Tagged 'network security'
Many of us are familiar with the Jetson’s TV cartoon that showed the life of a family in 2026 and how technology is a part of their everyday life. If you’re like me, some of the gadgets that George and his family had are probably things you thought were cool or would be convenient to […]
It’s hard to believe we’re already past the half way mark for the year, but I suppose that’s what happens when we live in a world with so much action and activity all around us. As I’ve said before, the pace of business today is overwhelming. We’re inundated with content and data coming at us […]
In May, we wrote about the breach discovery gap, which is the time it takes IT security practitioners to discover a data breach after their systems have been compromised in a cyberattack. We made this critical point: Stopping attacks before they breach and narrowing the breach discovery gap require the ability to detect threats at […]
The most valuable asset for actors in cyberspace is trust. It is an important ingredient in successful business operations as well as in good governance. Trust and security are closely intertwined. One cannot exist without the other. Thus it is concerning that people at an increasing rate hesitate to trust the digital world. They are […]
Man has always had an innate fascination with our feline friends. Ancient Egyptians famously worshiped them, some in the Middle Ages feared them, and today’s Internet denizens pay money to have their pictures taken with meme-generating kitties. But there’s another reason to consider the cat: it turns out that they’re expert when it comes to […]