IT staff from colleges across the country collaborated on cybersecurity questions and strategies at the annual ACUTA conference.
Just because a college has its physical security squared away doesn’t mean their cybersecurity is up to par. Network experts reveal why college networks are juicy targets for hackers, and how schools can tighten network security before a fresh attack. Experts say that colleges should accept breaches as they come, but learn to harden their defenses, increase interoperability and react immediately to cut a threat off at its source.
After an unfortunate data breach, Little Venice Partners (LVP), a London-based financial advisory firm, realized they needed a secure cloud storage solution for sensitive documents immediately, or risk severely damaging their business.
As huge stacks of data continue to pile up for many companies, those companies will need to find ways to utilize that data. Internet of Things will continue to add to that data and the way we work will change because of it.
Security systems integrators, be wary of the fallacies of installing cloud-based security systems and services.
Paul Jeffreys, Director of IT Risk Management at the University of Oxford gives a seminar at EDUCAUSE on how to keep your college’s network cybersafe.
Cybersecurity ranked sixth a year ago and now is the fourth-highest concern for electric utilities, behind reliability, environmental regulation and economic regulation, according to a new survey.
Symantec survey suggests many smaller organizations understand the risks associated with cyber-attacks, but also believe they are too small to be vulnerable.
Lawrence Pingree, research director at Gartner Inc., offers basic security advice for small and mid-sized businesses employing cloud-based services.
Lieberman Software president and CEO Philip Lieberman offers these practical network security tips for protecting against hacking.