In Part 1 of this series, we installed TeamViewer on two computers to provide remote access to the partner’s computer. Now, in Part 2, we’ll access that computer and actually do some maintenance tasks. Access the Remote Computer 1. Double-click the TeamViewer icon on both computers. The Remote Control and Computers & Contacts windows appear….Read More
Many organizations are gradually setting aside their reservations about cloud security and storing more company data to the cloud, but security risks remain.
The password’s demise has been predicted for years, with new modes of authentication from biometrics to wearable devices being touted as the next big things in login security. Are passwords really going away?
If you’re the computer geek among your family and friends, you’ve probably heard these (or similar cries), ringing in your ears at any time of day: “Honey, it’s mom. My email keeps crashing! Can you come over and fix it? Think of it as my Mother’s Day present!” “I’m getting an error message when I…Read More
It seems like not a day goes by without you hearing someone declare that “AV is dead.” Most recently we’ve even seen people in our industry in the news making this claim. But while some people are busy claiming “AV is dead,” Microsoft has been showing that systems without AV face higher rates of malware…Read More
The FS ISAC (Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center) 2014 wrapped up its spring conference this week in beautiful Amelia Island, just outside of Jacksonville, Florida. In a race to be the winner of the “Battle of the Industry Buzzwords,” “intelligence” was mentioned 48 times throughout the published agenda versus the term APT (Advanced…Read More
Android dominates the mobile malware conversation, but it’s worth looking at risks to jailbroken iOS devices, too.
Data breaches have many causes, from outdated security software to employee mistakes. While organizations have to contend with a wide array of external dangers, the most serious risks may reside within.
The Heartbleed vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptographic library has dominated cybersecurity news in recent weeks, eclipsing even the much hyped retirement of Microsoft Windows XP – but how much damage did it do?