It’s time to stop lecturing about cyber security and transform it into a topic of conversation, a give-and-take discussion, so that an effective battle against cyber malice can wage, and hopefully, win out over cyber criminals. Our perceptions must change; we must take the time to make safety and security into habits when it comes to the cyber world. Join Security Today and Robert Woerner of Bellevue University on a Twitter journey into cyber security with thought-provoking questions and an open discussion.
Thumb drives could become the carriers for the next digital epidemic! There’s not only risk in the data that they store but also in the core of how USBs work. Security Today and Bob Ehlers from RGB Spectrum will be discussing the details about BadUSB. Dubbed by some media sources as “a critical security flaw that can turn USB drives into cyber threats,” BadUSB is giving hackers access to what they want most…our computers!
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Yahoo officials made a statement regarding a bug that was discovered by hackers looking to exploit the system.
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A test version of the government’s health insurance site was hacked.
With the introduction of IP cameras, system integrators have experienced big improvements in the quality and performance of video systems that can be offered to their customers.
Jane and Jake work for the same company. This week they’re on one of those dreaded road trips—three cities in four days—and are, as we all are, completely dependent on their tools of choice while on the move.
Compliance with increasingly stringent regulations for organizations providing outsourced IT services, particularly in regards to data protection, is becoming more difficult.
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While businesses will spend thousands of dollars on cameras and recording systems, alarms, intrusion detection, emergency communication and theft prevention, many overlook the need for systems’ power protection.
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6 steps on predicting the future of your network's security: process, enhance, cross-correlate, baseline and analyze information.
Throughout Mexico, residents trust Presta Prenda de Banco Azteca for short-term, secured loans on jewelry, electronics and other valuables. Much like the pawn shop business model in the United States, Presta Prenda customers obtain immediate cash with various repayment options.
When a successful European toy manufacturer outgrew its facilities, it built a new, three-facility campus that included an office along with manufacturing and warehouse space.
Ensuring the safety and security of patients and employees is critical to healthcare organizations of any size. For larger facilities, the task can seem monumental, leading many in the industry to turn to IP network surveillance technology to help take control of the process.
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“Banks Heap Suits on Target over Breach,” read a recent headline of a Wall Street Journal story. By that time, seven financial institutions had already filed class action suits against the retail giant alleging it did not sufficiently protect its customer’s data.
When most people consider cybersecurity, they think about protecting the information that resides on their computers—sensitive emails, folders or files.
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