Hackers are waiting to pounce when companies bring their internet and phone infrastructure to the cloud. Cloud security is a daunting concern for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and their in-house security resources, which are already stretched. SMBs are especially vulnerable to hacks that compromise the confidentiality, accuracy and availability of their information assets. One […]
TechDecisions sat down with John Irwin, Senior Vice President of Government, Education and Healthcare at AT&T, to talk about cyber security considerations for colleges and universities: TD: Why would someone want to steal data from a college or university? JI: If you think about colleges and universities, they host a large amounts of student and […]
Short of burying your devices in concrete, assuring that your cyber security is strong enough to keep your university’s information safe is a hard task. Read on to learn some tips to keep everything secure.
Ransomware is dangerous to all computer users, but those at colleges and universities are particularly vulnerable.
Even though higher education is getting ahead with new tech tactics, colleges need to be ready to fight against cyber threats.
The recent hacking at VTech saw a breach of data on millions of customers, including information on children. Although the company is relatively small, they were still a target. We give advice on how companies large and small can protect data and keep hackers away.
Hackers identify specific IP networks — not companies — to expose and sell to other hackers.
While all 50 states are investing in broadband communications, only eight states were deemed equipped to deal with current and emerging threats from cyber espionage.
SMU Darwin Deason Institute for Cyber Security studies how financial, retail, healthcare and government sectors manage cyber risk.
C-suite leaders tend to underestimate the cyber threats—a leadership failure that puts everyone at risk. Instead, take a lesson from the U.S. military.