Posts Tagged ‘security’

The proliferation of social networking and the acceleration of personal devices for corporate use can be a boon for remote workers. Unfortunately, this increase in systems and cross-platform networks can also be a huge opportunity for cybercriminals looking to launch targeted attacks. In 2012, the sophistication of mobile malware intensified, damaging individuals, businesses and governments [...]

CNET – Four security trends defined 2012, will impact 2013 eWeek – BYOD, Social Media Among Top Security Threats of 2013 CSO – The week in security: Attacks continue; are you ready for 2013? IT Business Edge – How to Approach Mobile Security in 2013 Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

CNET – Four security trends defined 2012, will impact 2013 eWeek – BYOD, Social Media Among Top Security Threats of 2013 CSO – The week in security: Attacks continue; are you ready for 2013? IT Business Edge – How to Approach Mobile Security in 2013 Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

*Editor’s Note: This column originally appeared in TechTarget’s SearchEnterpriseWAN.com. Question: Remote workers in my company access application stores through their mobile devices. How can I ensure app store security for my users? The best approach is to deploy a mobile device management system that allows the capability to block access to public application stores, as well as allows for a whitelist of allowed applications. [...]

Editor’s Note: Part one of this two-part series ran last week.  By Nicholas Greene Why are VPNs implemented? One word: mobility. Constant connectivity, ease of communication, increased efficiency and increased productivity are not only crucial for corporate environments, but for government organizations, as well. The ability to access government records across offices, provide live updates on city maintenance, [...]