Many companies claim they are using FTP for collaboration. Yes, it's true. Some companies do claim this. But I say that whatever it is they are doing, it's not true collaboration. Here's why.
Unless you're a network security or IT security professional, hearing the word "compliance" probably makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. It's sort of like when you realized that Bruce Willis was dead at the end of The Sixth Sense - you suspected something was wrong for a while but now your dread has come to life.
Many iPhone apps are stuffed with spyware. That's the worrying conclusion from Troy Hunt's recent analysis of network traffic generated by popular iOS apps. Enterprises using iPhones and iPads need to be concerned about the possibilities of data leakage and regulatory non-compliance, argues Richi in The Long View...
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The annual Davos, Switzerland summit gets underway this week. Here are five technology topics that should be on the agenda, but are nowhere to be found.
During a week seemingly filled with firsts (including my first post to this blog) and historical significance, a footnote to the inauguration is being billed as "THE BIGGEST BREACH EVER!" As the Heartland Payment Systems breach is making headlines and tearing up the blogs (read the notice here and analysis here: Heartland data breach could be bigger than TJX's ), I am left with the realization that despite the
If you are compliant, does your risk equal zero?
In response to a comment - can the cloud ever provide you with enough security? I anticipate it will eventually have more security, and more in other capabilities, than any infrastructure you've built for yourself today.
One security researcher thinks by complying with some security regulations companies may actually be putting their data at greater risk.
Today, CA is releasing an upgrade to its governance, risk and compliance software.
Are you looking for a solution to your security problem? If so, try looking at the whole picture rather than a particular technology.