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The common thread in most successful attacks? Users

One of the largest annual studies of breaches and cybercrime has found attacks are getting more and more complicated, but most still succeed or fail from the biggest weak point in security: the end user.  … Continue Reading

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Will fighting internal threats be your next budget nightmare?

Companies are used to shelling out for security against hackers and intrusions. But these days, there are some companies charging a king's ransom to protect against internal threats.  … Continue Reading

Most mobile users engage in risky behavior

Even those who think they're privacy and security conscious when it comes to mobile devices might be sorely mistaken.  … Continue Reading

Could your next outage be your last?

Companies are paying lip service to their disaster recovery plans, but according to a recent survey, they aren't actually putting in the legwork to make sure outages are planned for.  … Continue Reading

VDI: What’s in your office?

Virtualization has been around for a good while, but it hasn't caught on everywhere yet. Here's where companies stand with the technology – and insight into what they're running it on.  … Continue Reading

It’s just science: Users don’t pay attention to security messages

Thanks to a recent study, scientists may have confirmed what those in IT have long known: Users will most likely ignore security prompts that pop up on their screens.  … Continue Reading