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  1. 3 Most Common Social Engineering Threats to Enterprise Data Security

    Secure People from Social Engineering

    Social engineering can bypass any enterprise data security defense. No amount of software or hardware can prevent unsuspecting and uninformed users with access to systems and services. When one puts their faith and confidence in a person who ultimately has access to our computers and security systems, we set ourselves up to be exploited. We may have…


  2. Enterprise Defense From Security Threats, Cyber Attacks, and Data Leakage

    Enterprise Data Security Defense

    Information technology and data has become such a key component of doing business that threats to information management resources alone have the potential to bring any enterprise business to a halt. Threats to data and network resources exist from malicious sources as well as unintentional user mistakes. IBM reports that in 2013 there were over…


  3. 85% of Organizations Still Manage SSL Encryption with Spreadsheets

    Managed PKI SSL Services

    According to a Forrester study, 84% of users don’t believe organizations are doing enough to protect customer data online. According to the same study, 24% of users have actually stopped an online purchase because of security concerns. Managing online security and the reputation for secure systems is a challenge all enterprises face today. In addition…


  4. 3 Lessons Administrators Can Learn From the eBay Hack

    What is EV SSL?

    The online auction site eBay recently announced that it had discovered the compromise and theft of information from “a large number of accounts,” according to CNN Money, that provides an important reminder to server and network administrators that security is everyone’s responsibility. In response to today’s information security threats, it’s clear that all users are responsible for…


  5. Is Data in the Cloud Data at Risk?

    Ensuring Cloud Data Security

    Everyone is talking about “the cloud”, but is enough emphasis being placed on securing the cloud? The general trend recently has been to move more of the day-to-day business applications to the cloud. Typical tasks we perform that requires installing software, is now provider by cloud services over a browser and is accessible in a matter of…