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  1. Internet of Things Vulnerabilities in the Sky

    With new TSA restrictions following the attacks of 9/11, most Americans have settled their fears associated with flying. But with the evolution of the Internet Age we may be facing a new security concern in the skies: the Internet of Things. In January, the United States Government Accountability Office conducted an investigation and reported that the…


  2. Hackers: The Internet’s Immune System

    When Keren Elazari said that hackers are the immune system of the Internet, she knew she would get pushback. People, after all, have a similar reaction to the word hackers as they do to the word bacteria—even when it’s the good kind, it can still make you cringe. But what Elazari was suggesting in her…


  3. Enterprise Security: Are Your Partners Secure?

    Making partnership decisions is contingent on creating symbiotic relationships. Most businesses choose their partners in order to increase sales, achieve common goals, and expand marketing reach. One thing that can go unnoticed when choosing a partner, however, is the organization’s dedication to secure business practices. With security risks as high as they are today, you cannot assume…


  4. Tax Season Calls for Best Practices in Enterprise Security

    Let’s face it: whether you’re at the bottom of the enterprise totem pole or the head of the finance department, tax season is a headache for everyone. On top of all the typical stresses of filing taxes, the ever-increasing use of electronic filing makes tax season a vulnerable time for data breaches. Recent articles from…


  5. DDoS Attacks: Have a Plan

    What Is a DDoS Attack? Imagine a double lane road that can handle ten cards per minute. If there are more than ten cars on the road, traffic will go slower. If there are a lot more than ten cars on the road, then traffic will stop altogether and cause a traffic jam. A distributed…