Weighing the probability of an attack is going to be the most accurate way you can allocate your IT Security dollars
IT Personnel are in-charge when it comes to the security of their network. Policies need to be implemented by trained personnel.
Stopping ransomware requires education and several pieces of technology. There is no single silver bullet.
Guest wireless poses a number of risks and privacy concerns. Beware of free wireless internet!
Many private schools are moving to a BYOD, platform in the school. This opens up a lot of risks.
Don't waste your time, money, or professionalism by not stepping back, assessing where you are at, and developing a proper cyber security plan.
Is your organization ready for EMV? Gas stations are not.
Every company should ask vendors for a copy of their latest security assessment. Don't let them access to your network without having them tested.
I thought this week I would recommend a great new book by Brian Krebs called SPAM Nation. If you ever wanted to know why we deal with SPAM and malware this is the book to read. He goes into the reasons why, who is buying these offers, and what the business model is.
If you search for a security solution that is automatic you will find tow things, malware on your network and disappointment.
The United States government has a fleet of planes in at least five airports that are equipped to track specific mobile phones.
Inflight wireless is not secure. Proper measures need to be taken by airlines to force these companies to secure the wifi.
Never assume a third party network is secure. Do not allow access blindly into your network.
Governments want to control internet access. Under the guise of Net Neutrality, a clever plain words.
When you invest in growing your teams knowledge, everyone wins. Invest in your employees.
Helping South Carolina residents in the face of the recent data breach at the South Carolina Government.
Where you store your data matters. You can't store it all in one place, even a co-location facility.
I highly recommend the business book Mob Rules by Louis Ferrante. Great read and very entertaining.
Plan ahead for when your users leave the country. There are a number of factors to consider.