Late last week, the FBI issued a Private Industry Notification regarding Internet connected printers. These printers allow you to print remotely, when outside the network.
No matter where you look these days cybercrime is front-page news. The “Internet-of-things” has become a digital norm and opens endless avenues for criminals to exploit.
In today’s technology environment, cyber threats, new business applications and technologies, and an increasingly younger workforce have altered the focus of security budgets.
Fail to prepare, and you prepare to fail. Natural and man-made disasters occurring are not a matter of if, but when, and have huge potential to knock out your data access and networks.
Information security: when most people talk about it, the discussions tend to focus on keeping hackers out.
National security implications? Foreign governments? Sounds like the start of a James Bond film.
In just the past year, some of the largest and most damaging data breaches in history have exposed the sensitive PII (personally identifiable information) of millions of people across the globe.
Summer is finally taking hold across the northern hemisphere. Here in the United States, the advent of summer often also means power outages.
You probably think I misspelled the word “pwned” in the title of this post. Believe it or not, I didn’t. It’s Internet Slang. Yes, there is such a thing.
You know the drill. IT has implemented another security policy that requires you to change your password every 90 days.