With data security and privacy concerns, the White House is officially threatening to veto the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, which was designed to facilitate information sharing between technology companies and intelligence agencies.Read More
Cybercriminals certainly are not known for their ethical standards, and the recent lot of malware surrounding the Boston Marathon bombing is just the latest confirmation.
Every company has its own unique approach to data security assurance, typically combining layered technologies and tailored policies.
In last week’s post, we gave a high level overview of vulnerability assessments. This type of assessment results in a prioritized list of vulnerabilities in your deployment. It’s an excellent first step in knowing the state of your deployment. The next step you should take is to conduct a penetration test. The Test A penetration…Read More
Facebook has been causing data security worries fairly consistently throughout its existence, and James Furbush wrote on TechTarget that IT departments may soon have some new problems on their hand from the social media titan.
When traveling you need to raise your personal cyber threat alert on your digital life to stage orange or even red, because the places you’re going to visit are probably not as safe as your comfy home or secure office. Below are a few Do’s and Don’ts for travelers who want to remain safe…Read More
Trend Micro threat researchers believe that within three years, Africa will be a much bigger source of cybercrime. Here’s why: Increased Bandwidth Availability at Lower Cost All United Nations’ (UN) member countries have agreed to reach eight Millennium Development Goals by 2015. One of these goals is: “In cooperation with the private sector, make available…Read More
As a Product Marketing Manager for Trend Micro™ Worry-Free™ Business Security Services, I hear a lot of objections about the product, and in particular, a lot of cloud-related fears. Some examples of things I hear from customers and partners are: “I wouldn’t be secure if my Internet connection went down.” “I don’t want to put…Read More
Last year was a big one for data security, as it became a bit more common for companies to be hit by malicious viruses, data loss and other cybersecurity ills.
Ever since the early days of cloud computing, the issue of security has been on the minds of anyone looking to adopt the technology. Amazon Web Services, one of the biggest cloud providers in the industry, said on its blog that it has been striving to push forward security.