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Identity Theft

Lessons from a hack

About a year ago, I noticed that I was receiving an increasing number of phishing emails in my work inbox. It was about the time I was travelling to Japan

BYOD/Big Data Hardware/Network Software

Almost 70 percent of IT professionals suffer weekly phishing attacks

A new survey sponsored by HP’s TippingPoint network security arm looks at the main information security concerns of modern enterprises. It reveals that 69 percent of IT professionals have to

BYOD/Big Data

Comview Announces Expanded AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management Integration

Comview, a premier provider of integrated wireless mobility management (WMM), telecom expense management (TEM) and call accounting software and services, today announced that it has expanded the integration between its

BYOD/Big Data

Another Big Data Breach May Affect Some in Statesboro Area, What Experts

A huge data security breach at more than 200 hospitals nationwide may affect some patients who used East Georgia Regional Medical Center in Statesboro. We’re told those affected may include

BYOD/Big Data

Big Data Overwhelms Security Teams

Experts say increased automation and better analytics will help security teams overwhelmed by Big Data. A major contributing factor in many recent data breaches has been the fact that many

Cloud

Use the Cloud to Encourage BYOD

The concept of BYOD (bring your own device) is becoming more popular in business these days. There are a number of reasons for this. For example, many businesses may need

Cloud

Building Virtual Networks in the Public Cloud

by Ryan Koop In the past, anyone who wanted to run additional network services like Nginx, HAproxy, or Snort in the public cloud had to use additional virtual machines (VMs).

Hardware/Network

Data Center Identifies Emerging DDoS Attack

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — In response to the ongoing Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks plaguing enterprises and data centers worldwide, NSFOCUS announced that its Anti-DDoS System

Software

UNO cyber-security researchers secure $700,000 in grants

Cyber-security researchers at the University of New Orleans have received a total of $700,000 in grants from the National Science Foundation in the past two weeks. The funds indicate UNO’s involvement

Software

Cybersecurity Among Top Energy Industry Concerns

Attacks on an electric facility and increased attention from regulators has fueled concern about safeguarding facilities.   Cybersecurity leapt onto the list of the top five concerns for U.S. electric utilities