Archive for the ‘IT policy’ Category

One month ago, we asked, “What network security lessons can we learn from the Sony attack?” Since then, new information has been slow to trickle out, save for the FBI’s mid-December statement that assigned responsibility to the North Korean government. Despite the seeming finality of that announcement, many in the cybersecurity community are still not […]

Almost one year ago to the day, the “most wonderful time of the year” became anything but for millions of Americans when news of the Target data breach broke. Not only did that attack force us all to think twice about how our digital information is managed, it forever changed the network security landscape and […]

Hollywood is a place that can be driven mad by star-studded gossip, where the talk of the town is rarely private and where people are accustomed to their secrets not staying secret for very long. Yet, this state of play hasn’t made it any easier for the victims of last month’s cyberattack against Sony, carried […]

Whenever news of a network security breach reaches the public airwaves, observers are quick to assign blame to some combination of technological shortcomings and human error that allowed an attacker to slip through the victim’s cyber defenses. When it comes to remote access in particular, network security is even more dependent on technology like VPNs, and […]

Even just a decade or two ago, it would have been unfathomable to think that sometime in the near future, workers would be upset that their employer was requiring them to work in the same office as the rest of their team. Then again, so too would the concept of BYOD and the idea that […]