The risks of Internet of Things (IoT) and connected devices are often talked about. But it seems there’s a long way to go before device manufacturers start taking the security risks seriously.
A new study shows that companies are concerned about their risk assessment capabilities.
Everyone’s under pressure during the holiday season. But for security pros, it’s pressure of a different kind: keeping systems safe as they’re increasingly targeted.
A judge in Texas has issued a ruling that could delay or eliminate entirely a controversial change that would’ve made many IT workers eligible for overtime.
Most companies work with multiple cloud providers these days, and have learned the hard way: They’re not all created equal. Where some excel, others have drawbacks that make them less and less appealing over time. So how can you find the best providers more often?
Yet another reason to fear shadow IT: A recent case of software license violations could cost the United States Navy hundreds of millions of dollars.
This is a situation you may have never thought you’d have to worry about: Google taking money from hackers, then passing the malware along to you.
Getting users to select secure passwords is difficult. Getting them to stop using these old ‘passwords’ would be better than nothing.
That headline sounds bad, but hey … at least it’s not XP.
If for no other reason, security today takes on added importance for companies that want to show their customers they’re doing everything they can to secure information.