Posts Tagged ‘IT security’

If there’s been a silver lining to the string of devastating cyberattacks against some of the biggest organizations in the world over the last year, it’s that the list of “what not to do” has continued to grow, putting other companies on notice. If you use a third-party vendor, for example, make sure their networks [...]

For the last 30 years, a common line of code found in a piece of software has quietly been a dormant security vulnerability – but now, news of the exploit has gone public, sending the network security community into reaction mode. The Shellshock vulnerability can be traced back to Bash, a command shell that is [...]

By Bernd Reder As the workforce becomes increasingly mobile, the methods by which users access critical business tools must evolve in kind. In the past, the desktop environment and all of the resources it hosted were only accessible if an individual was sitting right in front of his or her computer. But now, with the [...]

Executive Q&A On Data Security

Posted: 19th February 2013 by VPN Haus in Expert Q&A, IT policy, Mobile
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Today, Rainer Enders, VPN expert and CTO of Americas at NCP engineering, addresses how IT and data management executives can properly protect their corporate data. Q: What are the most effective steps IT and data management executives need to take in ensuring the best security for corporate information? Rainer Enders: There is no substitute for [...]

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