Posts Tagged ‘Network Security’

The crack of the starting gun has very different meanings for runners, depending on the distance of their race. To marathoners, it means to start conserving their energy as they take the first step in their 26.2-mile journey. To sprinters, the starting gun is a signal to channel all of their physical and mental ability [...]

Flipping through any consumer publication that rates vehicles, you’ll see all the metrics you would expect – from safety and performance (acceleration, braking, etc.) to comfort, convenience and fuel economy. What you won’t find is an assessment of the car’s risk of being remotely hacked. Unfortunately, if you happen to drive a 2014 Jeep Cherokee [...]

In the 1930s, when Louis A. Simon designed the famous U.S. Bullion Depository at Fort Knox, he could only have hoped that the building would be so secure, so impenetrable, that generations of Americans would come to regard “Fort Knox” as the highest compliment that could be given to a structure whose purpose is to [...]

If a group is really only as strong as its “weakest link,” then why are so many enterprises, which are otherwise concerned about their network security, so quick to add new “links”? Every new user that gains privileged network access increases the risk that one link in the chain could break, thereby jeopardizing the entire [...]

As technology advances, the number of cyber-attacks on both public and private networks also increases. According to the Washington Post, in 2013 alone, more than 3,000 enterprises were notified of system hacks that had the potential to expose sensitive information and powerfully damage their brands. Former NSA director Keith Alexander pointed out earlier this week [...]