The release of the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity on February 12, 2014 proved to be a pivotal event in the history of U.S. cybersecurity. Here at Intel and Intel Security, we were actively involved in the public-private partnership that helped produce the first version of the Framework. As we noted when it first […]

With its inherent characteristics to significantly reduce costs, free ‘open source’ software (OSS) is growing in popularity with SMEs and start-ups. Free services to replace Microsoft Word and software to manage finances are fast becoming attractive money saving alternatives for SMEs and start-ups. Not only are these OSS products typically free to use, they also […]

Last Friday, I had a great opportunity to talk to kids and parents at a local neighborhood school about how to be safe online, through the Intel Security Cyber Security for Schools Program. These events have a way of making me aware of our bigger cause and our broader responsibility to educate our children, friends, […]

Hello, all! Brandie, here – As head of corporate communications at Intel Security I lead an amazing team of professional communicators. This resourceful group handles public relations, internal and executive communications, analyst relations, and government affairs. It’s a compelling mix of important work across sales and marketing, the media, national and international regulation, and brand. […]

The phones are ringing, the telecom operators are chattering and the developers are pulling all-nighters programming. It’s beginning to look a lot like Mobile World Congress (MWC). MWC is one of the biggest extravaganzas for the mobile world. It brings together mobile operators, device manufacturers, technology providers, vendors and content owners from across the world […]