Latest Posts tagged with Security
Editor's Blog 12/6/2013 14 comments
A photographer transformed tweets into art to honor fallen hero Nelson Mandela. Tech giants patented new ways to transform everyday items into smart devices. And an IT pro made a very expensive mistake.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 12/4/2013 3 comments
It's UK Prime Minister David Cameron's turn to make no progress with China on cyber-security.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 12/2/2013 18 comments
Most consumers prefer desktops and laptops, not smartphones and tablets, for online shopping.
Joe Stanganelli 11/25/2013 19 comments
A look at how big tech vendors' bounty programs compare with one another.
Editor's Blog 11/22/2013 17 comments
We target computers more intelligent than their creators, a spying scandal that doesn't involve the NSA, and a new Bob Dylan video.
Derrick Wood 11/21/2013 80 comments
Even if this has never happened to you, you probably feel like it has.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 11/20/2013 2 comments
SANS Institute's NetWars is one example of new age of security training.
Ron Miller 11/20/2013 13 comments
Could we one day see countries set up their own Internets? Whereas this concept was once restricted to totalitarian states, NSA spying allegations are bringing new support to advocates of this approach in Europe.
Harry Hawk 11/14/2013 17 comments
Mobile payments give quick-serve restaurants a big opportunity (and challenge).
Alison Diana 11/13/2013 7 comments
IT departments are doing more to educate employees and provide them with security guidelines, but many end users continue to do everything wrong.
Jason Mick 11/13/2013 15 comments
Nobody likes CAPTCHAs. But what's coming next might not be any better.
Cloud Clan Editor's Blog 11/9/2013 8 comments
Swisscom is looking to address concerns about the NSA.
Todd Watson 11/7/2013 Post a comment
The certification validates IBM's cloud security.
InformationWeek 11/7/2013 31 comments
Patching XP makes Microsoft no money. But millions of unpatched and easy-to-exploit systems equals cybercrime payday.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 11/6/2013 10 comments
That caller asking about your company's operating system could be a social engineer.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 11/4/2013 2 comments
Not-for-profit (ISC)≤ responds to the industry's demand for measurable, demonstrable expertise in security, privacy, governance, and ethics within specialized verticals.
Editor's Blog 11/1/2013 13 comments
Google Glass news, Facebook's foreign conundrum, and Ashton Kutcher's newest role are all fodder for this week's Whitelist.
Cloud Clan Editor's Blog 10/31/2013 6 comments
The Pursuit Internet would use a peer-to-peer architecture for increased performance, resilience, and privacy.
Joe Stanganelli 10/31/2013 54 comments
Just in time for Halloween, here's a look at some devices that could play tricks on unsuspecting owners.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 10/30/2013 35 comments
The massive password harvesting reported by Adobe earlier this month is even worse than originally thought.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 10/28/2013 20 comments
Congratulations, you're no longer head of IT at a small company. Now what?
Joe Stanganelli 10/28/2013 26 comments
Unprotected routers make your entire network (and organization) vulnerable.
Todd Watson 10/25/2013 3 comments
SilverSky chose SoftLayer to power cloud-based information security, messaging, and collaboration services for 6,700 customer organizations around the globe.
Michael Kassner 10/25/2013 33 comments
It's getting easier for the bad guys to create and relocate phishing sites. Here's how the enterprise can fight back.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 10/23/2013 37 comments
Since more than one fourth of millennials have been hacked, security professionals must plan to educate this large group of employees.
Todd Watson 10/23/2013 1 comment
IBM introduces Federal Cloud Innovation Center and inks cloud security partnership with Akamai.
Ron Miller 10/23/2013 54 comments
With moves that erase user privacy, two of the world's largest social networks show we are the product, not the customer.
Todd Watson 10/21/2013 Post a comment
Security leaders need strong business vision, strategy and policies, comprehensive risk management, and effective business relations.
Mansur Hasib 10/21/2013 19 comments
To improve consumer safety, states' health insurance exchanges should exclusively belong to the .gov domain, but they don't.
Editor's Blog 10/18/2013 49 comments
Looking to reshape consumer shopping, e-commerce giant Amazon signs on new partner P&G. Far away, a Fish and Wildlife Commission seeks a partner of its own Ė for a far different reason.
IT Clan Editor's Blog 10/17/2013 11 comments
Oracle's massive patch release this week is just the latest sign that automated patch management is becoming a necessity.
Todd Watson 10/16/2013 Post a comment
IBM says it expanded operating margins and increased earnings per share, but fell short on revenue.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 10/16/2013 19 comments
Millennials are generally uninterested in cybersecurity careers -- which is dangerous, given the shortage of experts in this vital field.
Hilary Allison 10/15/2013 37 comments
The new fingerprint security for iPhone is a novelty, but why stop there?
Joe Stanganelli 10/15/2013 12 comments
European cloud providers are gathering momentum and government support for adoption of their services in the region.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 10/14/2013 23 comments
The CIO for a major cloud vendor says using the cloud is too risky. That can't be right.
Editor's Blog 10/14/2013 21 comments
The feature will help end online stalkers' pursuit of victims.
Editor's Blog 10/11/2013 24 comments
From the NSA to a Chinese Grumpy Cat, we're covering the highlights and lowlights of the week's tech news.
Jason Mick 10/11/2013 44 comments
From over-zealous marketers to the NSA, there are several reasons why users are turning to anonymous search engines. But do they work? What do they mean for IT departments?
Security Clan Editor's Blog 10/9/2013 20 comments
But the audience laughed when the Google executive chairman claimed Android is more secure than Apple iOS.
InformationWeek 10/8/2013 5 comments
Lt. Gen. Susan Lawrence, who retired last week, says efforts to modernize the Army's IT infrastructure leaves an "unbreakable foundation" for the next decade.
Cloud Clan Editor's Blog 10/8/2013 1 comment
Europe is proposing privacy regulations that directly contradict American law. Business could get caught in the middle.
Editor's Blog 10/4/2013 22 comments
Could apprenticeships be the answer to the shortage of skilled tech experts? One company thinks so.
Charlotte Erdmann 10/3/2013 9 comments
Midsized companies must make room in their budgets for security professionals. If they don't, they should expect to pay a much higher price.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 10/2/2013 34 comments
Hackers are organizing online courses and fraud-as-a-service offerings where criminals can inexpensively unleash hosted attacks on unwitting victims.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 10/1/2013 22 comments
Stay ahead of the competitive curve by being an early investor in emerging technologies designed to enhance business.
Hilary Allison 10/1/2013 14 comments
Sometimes technology can tell you something about yourself... you never suspected.
Todd Thibodeaux 9/30/2013 16 comments
Twenty-something employees live on social media, and that lifestyle can conflict with organizations' standard approach to these networks. Something has to give -- and it might be corporate policy.
Joe Stanganelli 9/30/2013 46 comments
Government officials' high-profile PR mistakes remind CMOs and IT pros of social media risks.
Editor's Blog 9/27/2013 72 comments
If your GPS told you to drive off a bridge, would you do it?
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