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  • July 14, 2015
    Windows Server 2003 will soon join Microsoft’s roster of end-of-life systems. Like Windows XP, Server 2003 will no longer receive security updates after July 14, 2015. What are the different security risks and challenges you might face?
  • March 02, 2015
    As the BYOD trend continues to grow, people are becoming more familiar with apps that can sync, store, and save data. IT admins need to flex their consumerization strategy to cover security for both company-issued and employee-owned devices.
  • March 02, 2015
    BYOD is widely accepted because of the significant cost reduction that it brings. Unfortunately, it also has downsides, the biggest of which are the security risks business-critical information is exposed to.
  • November 21, 2014
    Backdoors are applications that open computers to remote access, and are used as a way to avoid detection and carry out targeted attacks. How can IT administrators secure their networks against these backdoor techniques?
  • March 31, 2014
    Windows XP's end-of-support opens a big window of opportunity for cybercriminals. The OS's strong foothold—still owning 18.6% of the market as of February 2014—will cause problems for organizations that choose to delay migrating to other platforms.
  • March 25, 2014
    What happens to data in the event of losing a smartphone? Mobile devices, though ideal in business, can become a major risk once it's lost or stolen. The data stored in the device is a gold mine for competitors or attackers trying to infiltrate the company
  • March 10, 2014
    Building solid threat intelligence can help organizations spot and mitigate targeted attacks in their early stages. This is why it’s important for enterprises to invest in internal and external intelligence as well as the expertise of reputable security analys
  • February 24, 2014
    The BYOD trend is a double-edged sword. It can help power a business but also cause its downfall. The steady rise of data breaches, mobile malware, and targeted attacks should keep IT administrators on their feet and get them ready to cover all the bases.
  • January 31, 2014
    A response team could be the only thing standing between a security incident and total disaster. Different from your typical IT team, incident response personnel are tasked to detect and contain network attacks before they escalate to critical levels.
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