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Has your company embraced the cloud?
A warning has been issued that companies who have installed the popular Cisco WebEx extension on Chrome could have opened themselves up to malicious attacks.
A recent news story has brought to mind a threat which probably sends a shiver down the spine of many system administrators.
The numbers are in, and they don’t look too good.
A new report from the respected independent testing agency AV-Test.org reveals some scary-sounding facts about the state of malware today.
How do you think your customers would feel if they visited your business’s website one day and were greeted with an offensive image, malicious code, religious propaganda or a form designed to steal their passwords?
It’s just over two years since a critical Shellshock vulnerability was uncovered.
Passwords are a perennial problem.
We rely so much on them to secure our company systems, our secrets, our customers’ private information… and yet we typically leave it in the hands of our users to choose their passwords safely.
If it can happen to a website as popular as TechCrunch, it might happen to you too.
Should the salaries of CEOs be linked to how well their company has protected itself against security threats?
British MPs certainly seem to think so.
Have you trained your employees to be on the lookout for bogus emails?
It’s one of the more famous quotes about computer programming:
To err is human, but to really foul things up requires a computer.