Category Archives for "Cyber Security"

Personal Cyber Security Has Now Become More Personalized

Cyber-attacks are amplifying across the globe.  Personal cyber security is important as not only have they becoming more frequent, but they are also impacting a wider band of digital terrain. A single worm, like WannaCry is capable of infecting countless systems in numerous ways, from email accounts to personal data to service disruptions and other […]

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Mobile Device Security BYOD

Mobile Device Security – Best Practices for Workplace BYOD

Going online increasingly means going mobile. “There’s an app for that” is the truth these days. Unfortunately, mobile device security brings the same set of concerns that full computer and cloud systems are battling – threats, hacking, and ransomware. The biggest security threat to mobile devices that is not found in desktops or servers is […]

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Are you Prepared to Defend against Mobile Threat Exploits?

When we think of cyber threats to endpoints, typically what comes to mind is the need to protect our PC’s and laptops. Many more businesses are adding comprehensive security solutions and user policies administered to include mobile threat exploits. But it’s unquestionable now that mobile phones are just as likely (if not more likely) to […]

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Facing New Cyber Warfare Tactics – Implement CCI Methods for IoT / Infrastructure

Cyberspace is an official battlefield for almost a decade in many states. According to a series of data breach investigations report (2013-2016) of Verizon facing new cyber warfare tactics, despite cyber criminals remain a major actor category in causing data breaches, the significant participation of nation-states and state-affiliated groups in cyber-operations is not to be […]

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Battling Cyber Hackers with Public and Private Cooperation

Except those who are simply not following the election cycle or are living without television, we are all battling cyber hackers. The scandal of Hillary Clinton and using a private email server for classified information as Secretary of State is a big deal.  Additionally, she allegedly deleted over 30,000 emails and scrubbed the server a […]

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