Windows 10 could remove crucial feature for IT

Microsoft wants Windows 10 to be the final version of Windows. But in its effort to have a universal operating system, IT could be left with a nightmare scenario. 

IT pros warn: Take hacking stats with a grain of salt

The number and frequency of cyberattacks may be seriously underestimated, according to a recent survey. Here’s why that matters to you. 

How to get the board to care about cybersecurity

Most IT pros know that getting the board to understand cybersecurity issues can be an uphill battle. Even more alarmingly, some of these high-ranking company officials do understand there’s a threat – but they don’t understand that it’s a big deal. 

Sloppy IT storage almost turns deadly – and costs $4.3 million

When most people think about “IT dangers,” they focus on security risks. But one organization’s IT supply closet actually posed a serious health risk – and resulted in a multi-million dollar lawsuit. 

Navy paying tens of millions to keep Windows XP afloat

Far too many organizations are still clinging to Windows XP machines – including a branch of the U.S. military. 

Android apps put passwords at risk: Where developers came up short

An app security company has found that several big-name applications on the Android operating system are putting users’ passwords at risk. 

LastPass hacked, highlighting yet another password weakness

Password managers are seen as a savior for many companies. They allow users to make more complicated and unique passwords without having to remember them every single time they go to a website. 

90% of users still have access to old work accounts

No one is ever truly gone if we remember them … or if we forget to revoke their access. 

Caught stealing? MLB team accused of corporate espionage

Many people think corporate espionage only deals with stealing plans for upcoming products or top-secret designs. But these days everyone can get in on the act: even our national pastime. 

Myths about dangerous apps busted

Conventional wisdom is that you don’t have to worry about apps that are based in the U.S. and available on Google Play or the App Store. Bad news: Conventional wisdom is wrong.