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Who can you trust with your private data?

July 6, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

It’s not just professional cybercriminals you should be hiding your sensitive data from. It’s also some of the most commonly used applications and powerful institutions in the computer world, who are either taking your data without your consent or doing a bad job at protecting it. More…

Company sued after manager reads personal e-mails

May 25, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Do employees have a right to privacy when using personal e-mail accounts, even when they send the messages at work? They may, depending on the company’s policies, according to a recent court decision. More…

Data security policies not enforced, survey says

May 18, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

There’s a big gap between companies’ declared security policies and the day-to-day reality of protecting sensitive customer data. More…

Tiger Woods wishes he had this service

April 27, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

Text messages can last forever. And they can haunt people who toss them off without thinking about what they write.  More…

High Court case could change online privacy rules

April 19, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Pagers? Who uses pagers in the world of iPhones and Blackberries? Not many folks, but a legal dispute about the outdated devices could have an impact on the way businesses use other technologies. More…

Do your firm’s managers spy on employees?

August 6, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Many employers monitor employees’ e-mail use to prevent data leaks, harassment and other legal problems. In one recent case, a manager went a step further, putting his company on the hook for a violation of privacy. More…



  • How to Select a Web Host
    November 27, 2011 by marketing

    Creating a new website?  Not sure how to choose from among all the options?  Need shared hosting, small business hosting, or VPS hosting?  Lots of email accounts? 5-star reliability rating? Fortunately, there’s information available to help. The Best Web Hosts is great resource that will help you select the best web hosting company. It features reviews, rankings, and definitions that can help make your job of selecting a new web host more effective.

  • SMART Steps Towards Workload Automation
    January 19, 2010 by Luke Marchie

    Consolidating job scheduling into a single, comprehensive workload automation solution is a critical first step to effective Workload Automation (WLA).

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  • Identifying and Thwarting Malicious Intrusions
    January 12, 2010 by Luke Marchie

    Identifying and Thwarting Malicious Intrusions

    The phenomenal growth in social media has opened the door for all new malicious intrusions from gangs of cyber criminals. Utilizing the trusted relationships in social networking and benefiting from immature security and content controls, hackers are seeing increased performance in their attacks.

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  • The Security Issues with Web 2.0
    January 12, 2010 by Luke Marchie

    The collaborative benefits of Web 2.0 technologies have fueled rapid growth in online consumer markets and now are being adopted by businesses worldwide. With these technologies come new types of attack vectors.

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  • Network-Critical Physical Infrastructure: Optimizing Business Value
    December 29, 2009 by Luke Marchie

    To stay competitive in today’s rapidly changing business world, companies must update the way they view the value of their investment in Network-Critical Physical Infrastructure (NCPI). No longer are simple availability and upfront costs sufficient to make adequate business decisions. Agility, or business flexibility, and low total cost of ownership have become equally important to companies that will succeed in a global, ever-changing marketplace.

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  • The New World of eCrime: Targeted Brand Attacks and How to Combat Them
    December 26, 2009 by Luke Marchie

    Nothing is more valuable to a business than its reputation. That is why brand attacks, which leverage a company’s valuable brand for nefarious purposes, must be battled on every possible front. Brand attacks are the new form of eCrime, and they’re being launched with new and rapidly evolving exploits, including phishing and—most recently—malware.

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  • DDoS: The Mother of All Cyber Threats
    December 16, 2009 by Luke Marchie

    DDoS: The Mother of All Cyber Threats

    Don’t wait until your business is targeted. A Forrester Consulting study commissioned by VeriSign revealed that nearly 75 percent of the 400 study respondents have experienced one or more DDoS attacks in the past year. Yet, most e-commerce businesses are not prepared for a large-scale DDoS attack. Could your business afford three or more hours of downtime? Avoid that revenue loss by registering for this free white paper

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