If you’re afraid of having a cybersecurity professional take your money without delivering on their outlandish claims, there are some steps you can take to weed out the snake oil salesmen from the real cybersecurity experts.
So you decided that they want to pursue a career in information security. Of course, the first thought may be to go to school or study to pass certification exams such as Security+, CISSP, or CEH. However, there is an increasing argument that you can’t just walk right...
Hate seeing that troubleshoot error pop up? Wouldn’t it be a lot less taxing when you have the problem identify itself with solutions, instead of you scrambling to fix the issue?
New month, new IT stories, and some (not so) new security problems. And what a month it’s been! From data leaks to the jailbroken Nintendos, April kept us on our toes.
Are you guilty of having one of your passwords set to “Password123” or something similar? Well you’re not alone. Having these easy to guess passwords is what allowed the Iranian hackers to gain over 13 billion pages of information.
Shadow IT is a real problem -- here are the reasons, as well as a few solutions.
New month, new IT stories, and some (not so) new security problems. And what a month it’s been! From Iranian hackers to the return of ransomware and the Facebook scandal, March kept us on our toes.
GDPR is right around the corner in May, so let's defrag some of the myths associated with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
In today’s PICNIC episode, we welcome Ronnie Ray, Senior Director of Product Management for DNA in the Enterprise Networking Business in Cisco, who explains what Intent Based Networking (IBN) is and why it matters.
New month, new IT stories, and some (not so) new security problems. And what a month it’s been! From the Olympic hacks to cryptominers on government websites to the continued fallout of the Meltdown/Spectre flaws, February kept us busy. In this edition of Defrag This,...