IT Threats Increase Q3 2016 October 16, 2016 Targeted attacks and malware campaigns Dropping Elephant In order for targeted attack campaigns to be successful technical advancements are not a must. In July 2016 a group was reported for targeting high profile diplomatic...
Even if you’re not aware of it, big data predicts things about your life; practically every minute of your day. The same way Amazon predicts what you might want to shop, Netflix what you might want to see and Match.com who you might want to date.
The cloud computing field continues to emerge at a rapid pace as cloud users and cloud providers mature with time. In fact, market analysis from Cisco reveals that the adoption rate of cloud computing is increasing.
More businesses are storing their data in the cloud and this means newly opened possibilities. It also means hackers have new opportunities to steal people's financial and personal information. Thus, it is crucial that we give our customers the security that their information is safe.
Big data has been in the picture since the late 1990's. Since then, many businesses have recognized its competitive potential. The thing is, that recognizing its assets is easier than to accomplish them.
The future of crime is here. Envision a scenario where you get a call from your mother asking you for help remembering her baking password, but it's not your mother, it's a form of artificial intelligence.
With the US general election around the corner and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump openly warning everyone that this election will be "rigged", it's worth it to explore various ways in which electronic voting systems can potentially be exploited.
How can IT professionals balance business goals and information security? In order to create effective cyber-security strategies, IT leaders need to be integrated into the decision-making process.