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Monthly Archives: April 2017

How to secure data across multiple platforms

by Esther Shein, Contributing Writer, enterprise.net, April 24, 2017

When you adopt cloud services, some of your data is inevitably out of your direct control. Here’s what you need to know.

By now, moving at least some business processes to the cloud is not a question of if but when. So how do you keep your information safe while embracing all […]

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Tips to Prevent Online Identity Theft

There are few new trends in online identity theft, although some attacks are becoming more sophisticated, the basic steps to prevent exploits remains the same.

Be on the lookout for attacks that use broken English in the message body. While most now use proper English and use the same style and logos that are used by […]

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Network Access Control (NAC)

Controlling access to the network is fundamental security control. For shared networks, the capability of users to connect to the network should be restricted. Well known security frameworks such as ISO 27002, Information technology – Security techniques – Code of practice for information security management, includes this control as a recommendation. And the […]

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    US Border Policy Shifts May Drive Changes in Laptop Security

US Border Policy Shifts May Drive Changes in Laptop Security

by Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, March 31, 2017

In-cabin laptop ban and requirements to unlock devices for border patrol could have enterprises revisiting their on-device data policies.

The new travel ban enacted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for laptops in the cabin of flights from certain countries may have corporate risk managers revisiting policies about […]

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    Hacking of Facebook pages possible, but not probable, experts say

Hacking of Facebook pages possible, but not probable, experts say

by Kayla Canne, Sun Chronicle Staff, March 4, 2017

James Lang, a selectman candidate before he was eliminated in February’s preliminary election, was caught with Facebook posts disparaging Muslims. He apologized, told The Sun Chronicle he would quit the race, and shut down his Facebook page.

Two days later, Selectman Paul Belham was found with anti-Muslim posts on his Facebook page, […]

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