Jack Wallen shares cybersecurity predictions that might make your IT skin crawl. Find out what he thinks could be the silver lining to this security nightmare.
As we prepare to wrap up 2019, and the decade as a whole, experts have given their predictions for cyber security in the year 2020
The Ministry of Justice has lost 354 smartphones, PCs, laptops and tablets in the past 12 months, according to a Freedom of Information request, and other government departments are in the same boat
One of the biggest recent shifts in corporate culture is the rise of remote working—otherwise known as telecommuting. “Clocking in” is now, for many, a figurative phrase, as technology enables more people to avoid the commute, and work from home instead.
Jon Fielding, managing director for the EMEA at Apricorn, has asserted that enterprises will have to address security for the new multi-generation workplace.
- Wayne Williams
"A much better, and far safer solution is to store your data on a hardware encrypted USB drive like the Aegis Fortress L3."
- Joseph Steinberg
Criminals have been targeting travelers for as long as there have been people and roads.
- Michael Walter
Working closely with AI has led researchers from one institution to embrace a familiar piece of technology that may surprise many of their peers: the USB drive. The team wrote about its experience in the Journal of Digital Imaging.
On August 4th, 1945, just days before the US Airforce dropped the ‘Fat Man’ atomic bomb on Nagasaki, the US Ambassador to Moscow received an elaborate gift from the Soviets.
The majority of organizations don’t use port control and/or whitelisting software to manage USB device usage – and don’t prevent the storage of confidential data on the drives