If you think that your tangled Cat5 in the server room is a mess, wait until you look at your network drive file structure. Licensed from Stock Exchange.
Cloud backups are like giving your house keys to your neighbor; Except that your neighbor then gives it to his neighbors, but doesn't tell you which ones. Licensed
Digital pack rat: You probably have a backed-up copy of your old 256 MB hard drive, don't you? Licensed from Stock Exchange. This is the fifth post in
The Law of Portable Device Breaches says that the risk of losing a device, and the information thereon, is directly proportional to its portability. Licensed from Stock Exchange
Do you really know where that 2007 list of emailed SSNs is? Licensed from Stock Exchange. This post is the third in a series about data breaches you
Smart phones are now portable computers which just happen to make calls. Licensed from Stock Exchange. This post is the first in a series about preventable data breaches.
This is a guest post from Jill Van Zelfden Â – a friend of our practice and a passionate professional. Initially connected through twitter, our conversations have demonstrated her
This is the second in a series of posts detailing the journey and experiences of Joseph Sokoly as a first time speaker in InfoSec. When we left off,
This is the first in a series of posts detailing the journey and experiences of Joseph Sokoly as a first time speaker in InfoSec. Continuing on the â€œthings
by Trish Smith Since the Industrial Revolution, people have assumed that more technology = more productivity. If the mimeograph is good, the photocopier must be better! If faxes