Security

5 Ways Your Employees Are Unintentionally Sabotaging Your Data Security
Data Security

5 Ways Your Employees Are Unintentionally Sabotaging Your Data Security

Your employees, even the ones that only have your company's best interest at heart, may unintentionally be making a series of critical mistakes that could put your data security at great risk.
Will Reynolds
Know Thy Enemy. Hire a Hacker to Enhance Your Cybersecurity.
Cybersecurity

Know Thy Enemy. Hire a Hacker to Enhance Your Cybersecurity.

Don't become a victim of a high-profile hack that could destroy your business for good.
Edward Jones
Effective Background Checks: 5 Factors to Consider
Hiring

Effective Background Checks: 5 Factors to Consider

Sometimes a potential employee isn't all he or she seems to be. Proper screening is a must.
Michael Georgiou
Paper Documents Are Potential Data Breaches Too
Paper

Paper Documents Are Potential Data Breaches Too

Crucial signed documents need special consideration in your overall security program.
Cris Burnam
Putting Your Business at Risk is a Communications Channel You'd Never Guess: Paper
Data Breach

Putting Your Business at Risk is a Communications Channel You'd Never Guess: Paper

Are you overlooking this risk factor, which last year caused 25 percent of federal agencies' security breeches?
Thomas Tedford
5 Steps to Securing Your Company Online From the Get Go
Security

5 Steps to Securing Your Company Online From the Get Go

Security isn't a separate aspect; it must be considered in the development of every process.
Brad Thies
15 Million T-Mobile Customers' and Applicants' Personal Data Exposed in Epic Experian Hack
Security

15 Million T-Mobile Customers' and Applicants' Personal Data Exposed in Epic Experian Hack

Victims' home addresses, birth dates and Social Security numbers could now be up for grabs on the black market.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Rackspace Is Getting Into the Cybersecurity Business
Security

Rackspace Is Getting Into the Cybersecurity Business

If companies aren't concerned with security and compliance, they should be.
In Government Hack, the Number of Fingerprints Stolen Has Jumped to 5.6 Million
Data Breach

In Government Hack, the Number of Fingerprints Stolen Has Jumped to 5.6 Million

Hackers who stole security clearance data on millions of Defense Department and other U.S. government employees got away with about 5.6 million fingerprint records, some 4.5 million more than initially reported, the government states.
Anti-Virus Pioneer and Ex-Fugitive John McAfee Announces 2016 Presidential Bid
Election 2016

Anti-Virus Pioneer and Ex-Fugitive John McAfee Announces 2016 Presidential Bid

McAfee will be running as a member of the self-started 'Cyber Party,' with a platform that touts his unique tech proficiencies.
Geoff Weiss
Should U.S. Tech Companies Be Forced to Hand Over Data Held Overseas?
Legal

Should U.S. Tech Companies Be Forced to Hand Over Data Held Overseas?

A New York Court of Appeals is set to hear a case brought by Microsoft in response to a search warrant for emails that are on a server in Ireland.
Has the Ashley Madison Hacker Been Identified?
Ashley Madison

Has the Ashley Madison Hacker Been Identified?

A security researcher has found clues via Twitter.
Benjamin Snyder
This Video Doorbell Lets You Answer Your Door With Your Smartphone
Security

This Video Doorbell Lets You Answer Your Door With Your Smartphone

Richard Branson didn't care that Ring tanked on Shark Tank. He invested millions anyway.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
California Prosecutors Say Convicted Criminals Passed Uber's Background Checks
Uber

California Prosecutors Say Convicted Criminals Passed Uber's Background Checks

The ridesharing service is accused of having brought on drivers who have previously been convicted of murder and sex crimes.