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Remedy Poor Legacy Security Decisions with These Tips to Improve IT Security Posture

Remedy Poor Legacy Security Decisions with These Tips to Improve IT Security Posture

A friend of mine at Microsoft recently said, “There are two types of IT administrators - those who know that their [...]

Sony Pictures, North Korea and the Missing Pieces

Sony Pictures, North Korea and the Missing Pieces

More than a month after the Sony Pictures hack raised the threat of nation-state cyber attacks into mainstream [...]

Software Vulnerability Alerts Create Their Own Security Risks

Software Vulnerability Alerts Create Their Own Security Risks

This week’s announcement that Microsoft is changing how Advance Notification Service (ANS) distributes patch alerts [...]

Top Privilege Management Trends in 2014

Top Privilege Management Trends in 2014

2014 brought us the now infamous Sony Pictures and Home Depot hacks, as well as the immediate after affects of last [...]

The Annual Holiday Season IT Implementation Freeze

The Annual Holiday Season IT Implementation Freeze

We’re two days away from the Thanksgiving holiday here in the US, which means we’re on the verge of the annual [...]

Waking Up to Zero Day Nightmares

Waking Up to Zero Day Nightmares

Over the last few months, the world has witnessed the disclosure that nation states are utilizing their inventory of [...]

Acceptable Use Policy for User Level Passwords

Acceptable Use Policy for User Level Passwords

Guest Post by Dan Virgillito, InfoSec Institute As technology radically shapes the working environment of users [...]

Banks or Retailers, Who Should Pay the Bill for Data Breaches?

Banks or Retailers, Who Should Pay the Bill for Data Breaches?

Earlier this week. Financial Times reported that banks are joining forces to push for legislation in the US Congress [...]

Here’s How to Own the Critical National Infrastructure of a Country

Here’s How to Own the Critical National Infrastructure of a Country

Last week’s ABC News article about trojan horses on the nation’s critical national infrastructure (CNII) was a good [...]

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