Data Security


What the cybersecurity industry can learn from elections

What the Cybersecurity Industry Can Learn from Elections

If you think about what an election is, you can see that it’s largely about data quality. Millions of people create a few pieces of data each. All that data flows through a multi-layered system and ends up being part of a very critical dataset that drives very real world matters. Is there any place where the security and integrity of information is more important?





Employees Deliberately Ignore IT Security Rules

Still No Trust When It Comes to Cloud Security

While we’re now past the point of arguing the hype vs. reality of the cloud, security is one cloud-based topic where there are still plenty of skeptics. So it was no surprise – to us, at least – when our latest industry survey revealed that an overwhelming 86% of IT…



Continuity after a Disaster: The Data Recovery Process

In business terms, disaster planning revolves around data backup and data recovery processes. The fact of the matter is that real business continuity cannot be maintained in this digital age without off-site backup. With this in mind, I have created a list of the biggest issues organizations face as they plan for continuity.


Hackerazzis and the Risks of Free Email Systems

The lesson to be learned is that while free, publicly available consumer grade email may be easy to use and devoid of the expense of an IT department’s support, these services are simply not designed for secure communication.