Articles in Category: Security

The Future of Artificial intelligence and Cybersecurity

19 September 2018

The Future of Artificial intelligence and Cybersecurity
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) can offer IT security professionals a way to enforce good cybersecurity practices and shrink the attack surface instead of constantly chasing after malicious activity.

While security as a percentage of IT spend continues to grow at a robust rate, the cost of security breaches is growing even faster.

Organizations are spending close to $100 billion on a dizzying array of security products. In fact, it is not uncommon for CISO organizations to have 30 to 40 security products in their environment. However, if you ask chief information security officers how they feel about their security risk, they will express concerns over being highly exposed and vulnerable.

Securing Your Wireless Broadband- 4 Recommendations

18 September 2018

Securing Your Wireless Broadband- 4 Recommendations
Learn easy tips to secure your wireless network.

Wireless broadband internet is, perhaps, the most well-known form of broadband internet connection. Many cafes, restaurants, and offices make use of wireless broadband because it's easy to deploy with minimal cable installation.

This form of broadband, however, has been adapted for home use too. Wireless broadband owners must learn new, and sometimes technically tricky, wireless broadband internet security skills to keep their wireless broadband secured and out of reach from hackers.

Let's cover some important and easy security measures you can implement immediate to keep your wireless broadband safe and secure.

Artificial Intelligence Briefing- The Impact of AI on Work

23 July 2018

Artificial Intelligence Briefing- The Impact of AI on Work
While AI technologies are still in their infancy, it won’t be long before every organization is forced to develop their own AI strategy in order to stay competitive.

Those with the HR teams, training program, organizational structures, and adaptable staff will be best prepared for this fast-approaching reality.

Artificial Intelligence is already forcing leadership teams around the world to reconsider some of their core structures. Fundamentally. organizations need an AI Strategy to stay completive

Knowing if your iPhone has been hacked and what to do about it

12 May 2015

Knowing if your iPhone has been hacked and what to do about it
A few signs will help you to discover whether your iPhone has been hacked and, if so, whether you should wipe it clean and return it to the state it was in when you first got it.

The iPhone has an operating system similar to your laptop or desktop computer. This means that an iPhone could be compromised and “hacked” by an enterprising and unscrupulous individual, just like a computer. A few signs will help you to discover whether your iPhone has been hacked and, if so, whether you should wipe it clean and reinstall the operating system.

Your Wi-Fi Connection Is Never Secure or Safe

03 April 2015

Your Wi-Fi Connection Is Never Secure or Safe
Newer software brings spying on Wi-Fi networks to the masses

Simple hacker-derived software lets anyone sitting next to you at your local coffee shop Wi-Fi hot spot watch you browse the Web and potential assume your identity online.

Exposing Apache Server status information leaves you open to hackers

09 March 2013

Exposing Apache Server status information leaves you open to hackers
Think like a hacker, do the same, and fix vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by unscrupulous geeks.

According to a study of 10 million websites released last week, more than 2,000 sites -- including big-name businesses such as Cisco, Ford and Staples -- have left the status pages for their Apache servers visible, which could give attackers information that would help them penetrate corporate networks.

Exposing Apache Server status information leaves you open to hackers

09 March 2013

Exposing Apache Server status information leaves you open to hackers
Think like a hacker, do the same, and fix vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by unscrupulous geeks.

According to a study of 10 million websites released last week, more than 2,000 sites -- including big-name businesses such as Cisco, Ford and Staples -- have left the status pages for their Apache servers visible, which could give attackers information that would help them penetrate corporate networks.

The Security Advantage of BlackBerry Devices Is Fading

14 January 2013

The Security Advantage of BlackBerry Devices Is Fading
The competition is getting closer to eliminating the security advantage of RIM devices.

The competition is getting closer to eliminating the security advantage of RIM devices. iOS and Android devices are becoming more secure, and may in fact be reaching BlackBerry's levels of security. RIM also has Microsoft tablets and smartphones to contend with. Microsoft has a loyal corporate following with tight security inside all their devices.