Law firms are rapidly adopting the “bring your own device” trend to improve productivity and efficiencies. But there’s a problem — Using BYOD can impact your law firm’s security. This can be addressed by creating BYOD policies. It’s critical to define your employee rights and appropriate use of mobile devices in order to protect your...Discover More
It hasn’t been that long since the Target Corp. and Neiman Marcus security breaches, and now cybersecurity firm IntelCrawler has discovered at least six ongoing attacks at other U.S. merchants. Retailers in California and New York were among those compromised by the latest attacks. They haven’t revealed how many individuals were affected. It appears the...Discover More
Protect Your Business From McAfee’s Predicted Security Threats. If you’re wondering what security threats to look out for in the New Year, McAfee released its security predictions for 2014. The report states that: Mobile devices will be a the biggest target for attackers, Ransomware is quickly becoming more sophisticated, and Social sites are being leveraged...Discover More
What comes to mind when you hear the term “hacker?” For most people, the term is associated with cyber criminals. But did you know there is such a thing as ethical hacking? Some hackers are criminals and use their computer skills to harm or damage computer systems. These people are called black hat hackers. White...Discover More
Breaking IT News: Microsoft Announces They Will Provide Anti-Malware For XP Through July 14, 2015. However It Will Still Be Risky To Use.
(January 17, 2014) — Microsoft announced yesterday that it will continue to provide anti-malware for Windows XP through July 14, 2015. However, it’s still important to note that after April 8, 2014: Microsoft will technically stop supporting the Windows XP operating system. They won’t provide automatic updates, service packs, or any type of official Microsoft...Discover More