Businesses are always looking for ways to strengthen their data security and alleviate customer concerns. Many may figure that using a bigger company for data storage and sharing information may be the best way to go, but a recent report by the Electronic Frontier Foundation looked at major companies with cloud computing and storage services being entrusted by businesses and asked what the provider does to keep private information out of the hands of the government.Read More
Millions upon millions of people use Java everyday, but unfortunately, the number of people who are properly secured to handle this program are much fewer in number.
With threats online looming larger than ever before, data security is now imperative for all users, whether at home or working in an office setting. Coming to a bill of about $4 billion, Consumer Reports’ Annual State of the Net Report found that about 58.2 million PCs in the U.S. are or have been infected by malware in the past year.
One of the more interesting trends of data security is the amount of cyber attacks that have come from overseas to the U.S. in recent years. The Verizon 2013 Data Breach Investigations Report showed that China and Romania had the most cyber attacks last year, with Romanian attackers looking for financial data and Chinese hackers engaging in espionage.
By Richard Medugno Over the past few months, I have written Fearless Web blogs about the growing problem of stolen and lost smartphones and mobile devices. It was my hope that by shedding some light on these often avoidable incidents that this nonsense would cease. And yet it hasn’t. In fact, it seems to have…Read More
Education is often be the first step toward enlightenment, so the Cloud Security Alliance has announced that it is help small and midsize businesses get acquainted with cloud computing for small and midsize businesses who may not know much about the technology.