How To Keep Your Employees From Leaking Confidential Information

Back in 2014, Code Spaces was murdered. The company offered tools for source code management, but they didn’t have solid control over sensitive information — including their backups. One cyberattack later, and Code Spaces was out of business. Their killer had used some standard techniques, but the most effective was getting an unwitting Code Space employee to help — likely via a phishing attack.

Lucky Charm Keeps Hackers Out

Ralph’s been a good employee for you. Shows up on time. Gets the job done. Doesn’t hassle anybody.

He’s also a porn addict. When nobody’s looking, he’s visiting sites – on your network – that you’d be appalled to see. IF…you knew about them.

7 Ways To Dodge A Data Disaster

You stride into the office early one Monday morning. You grab a cup of coffee, flip on your computer and start checking e-mail…

A note pops up that rivets your attention: “Your files have been encrypted. Send $5,000 within five days or they will all be destroyed.

The Misnomer Of Failure

So you think you’re a failure, huh? Let me get one thing off my virtual chest right now: you’re not. I realize you may be experiencing failure. You may have had a string of failures. You may have been told you are a failure. But it doesn’t mean that’s who you are.

Solve It By Sundown

The Internet has revolutionized the computer and communications world like nothing before. This worldwide broadcasting system can disseminate information without regard to geographic locations at the speed of a “click,” and therein lies a BIG PROBLEM.

The speed of a “click” has now conditioned us to how fast we expect things.

Thought Oculus Was King? Think Again.

Once upon a time, Oculus Rift ruled the world…

The virtual reality (VR) world, anyway. Not so much anymore. Now that VR heavyweights Sony, HTC and Samsung have entered the ring, there’s a whole new reality in, well…VR.

Sony’s PlayStation VR was recently crowned “Editor’s Choice” by PC Mag.

Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable.

"Get comfortable being uncomfortable!” I don’t know many people who could speak more authoritatively on this subject thanMike Rowe.  I had the privilege of meeting Mike this month (May 5th to be exact), and this line was my takeaway.  I doubt I need to introduce you to the host of Dirty Jobs and the narrator of Deadliest Catch, but  Mike Rowe is a guy who isn’t afraid to get uncomfortable.

Make Sure Your Data Is Safe, Secure And Recoverable

Summer is upon us… Time for a stroll in the park… softball… fishing… a few rounds of golf…

Yet how could you possibly relax if some random bit of malware, software glitch or cyber-attack catches you off guard just as you’re walking out the door? A well-designed secure computer network gives you the confidence that “all systems are go,” whether you’re having fun in the sun, or just getting things done with your team.