The Distribute IT Fiasco: Risk Management Done Wrong

The Distribute IT Fiasco: Risk Management Done Wrong

“It is not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change” – Charles Darwin. In today’s business world, where organizations face ever-escalating customer demands and expectations and little room for downtime, logic dictates that businesses today are seriously revamping their business continuity and risk management plans, or […]

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Encryption Tools for the Mobile Executive

Encryption Tools for the Mobile Executive

Most companies provide their senior executives with laptops or netbooks and tablets so they can be productive even when on the road. This is even more true of corporates executives who sometimes demand anytime, anywhere access to data residing on corporate servers. The big corporations can afford to spend millions of dollars on data protection […]

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“Windows license locked”: Ransomware Targets Windows

“Windows license locked”: Ransomware Targets Windows

“Windows license locked!” “This copy of Windows is locked. You may be a victim of fraud or there may be an internal system error” – malware message Mikko Hyppönen of F-Secure has warned of a new variant of what he calls “Ransomware” or ransom trojans. These are attacks by malware that takes a computer hostage […]

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APTs and Small Businesses: Hype or Real?

APTs and Small Businesses: Hype or Real?

A new buzzword seem to emerge every few hours these days. If it’s not “Cloud”, it is “DLP”. One of the latest, in the security field at least, is “APT”. For Debian-based Linux users, we think of Aptitude, the update tool when we hear the word Apt. This APT refers to Advanced Persistent Threat – […]

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