John Delfeld wrote on GovPro.com that given the greater amount of vulnerabilities and awareness, most governments and companies have made adopting new security technology a high priority. However, businesses cannot go into these new solutions blind, as they need to figure out which will work the best for each individual organization.Read More
Although there are still concerns by companies and individuals about cloud security, they may all be unfounded. Paul Rubens wrote on eSecurity Planet that the cloud, while it has not eliminated cyber threats, has given businesses a powerful new weapon for effectively fighting it, even when they may not have the biggest IT department in the world.
By Greg Boyle I’m a private person. I worry about the information I post online. I have a personal Facebook profile and a work Facebook profile to try to control the information seen by people in both sides of my life. I don’t post pictures of my kids, and rarely post pictures of myself and…Read More
While many companies have been worried about the security risks of implementing a BYOD (Bring your own Device) program, there are several legal obligations which should be addressed first.
By Christopher Budd If you’ve been reading the news lately, you may have noticed all the big companies that have been hacked like the Forbes 100: New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Facebook, Twitter, Apple, and Microsoft. This is disturbing evidence of an extraordinary time for successful hacking attacks: I can’t recall when we saw…Read More