Category: Security

Give Thanks for Cybersecurity

Give Thanks for Cybersecurity

Thanksgiving Day is almost here and with it, our focus turns to our family, friends, food, and most importantly, football. As we celebrate one of our country’s most cherished traditions, we give thanks to health, wealth, good company, and of course, turkeys. However,...
Human Risk and the Impact of Security Awareness Training

Human Risk and the Impact of Security Awareness Training

Many of us travel for work, and as such, we must connect to a number of untrusted networks in order to stay on top of things. These public networks, while seemingly non-threatening, can be a hostile environment with malicious users seeking to extract any sensitive...
Internet Connected Cars Raise Concerns about Vulnerabilities

Internet Connected Cars Raise Concerns about Vulnerabilities

Cyber security researchers are increasingly concerned with Internet-connected vehicles.  Vehicles nowadays are connected to owners’ homes, traffic signals, insurance companies, and more and are just as vulnerable as corporate networks.  Security analysts and...
Inflight Wi-Fi Not as Secure as You Think

Inflight Wi-Fi Not as Secure as You Think

ARS Technica recently published an article on the security of inflight Wi-Fi.  Providers like GoGo Wireless and Global Eagle Entertainment offer passengers to pay for use of Wi-Fi services.  While customers may think their communications and activities are secure,...
3 Security Myths That Will No Longer Fly in 2016

3 Security Myths That Will No Longer Fly in 2016

With 2016 underway, and CIO’s taking a more critical eye at cyber security costs, and boards having a better informed definition of information risk, security organizations will be forced to evolve from past practices that were once seen as appropriate.  With today’s...

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