Recent attacks target employees of security and defense organizations with a Trojan downloader and a remote access tool.
It's a little ironic that law firms, whose most critical function might be safeguarding client secrets, could be the worst security link in the chain. Law firms have implemented few security measures in their rush to adopt client-friendly communication and data strategies, according to an article analyzing the ILTA Technology Survey.
Over one-third of data breaches from 2005 through 2011 were the result of portable and stationary devices being discarded, lost or stolen Analyzing information made available by the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse (PRC) a significant portion of data breaches each year could be avoided if organizations would adopt secure cloud-based strategies for data storage and email services.
CEOs and Information Security Officers have different perceptions about cyber-security threats, according to Core Security. But it may not be the fault of CEOs. Core Security's analysis of a recent survey shows that CEOs tend to be much more optimistic than CISOs about the threats to their IT Infrastructure security, possibly because CEOs are not made aware of such threats.
You could still be in danger even if you changed your LinkedIn password. In light of the LinkedIn and eHarmony security breaches, we thought it would be a good idea to go over some basic rules for safeguarding your passwords.
Microsoft's Chief Privacy Officer announced yesterday that “Do Not Track” (DNT) will be turned ON by default for Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 8.
Several recent reports show that cloud computing and Software as a Service are increasingly being embraced by law firms and attorneys. According to an article this week, a leading Scottish law firm, Tods Murray, LLP, recently decided to move to a cloud-based document management system.