Category Archives: Security

New AlgoSec Survey Reveals Huge Challenge To Unify Security Policy Management

New AlgoSec Survey Reveals Huge Challenge To Unify Security Policy Management

New AlgoSec Survey Reveals Huge Challenge to Unify Security Policy Management Across On-Premise and Public Cloud Environments  Survey Highlights Need to Increase Visibility, Create New Workflows and Compliance Processes, and Reconsider Team Responsibilities to Secure Network Access in a Hybrid Environment Boston, MA – (September 30, 2014) – AlgoSec, the market leader for Security Policy

Cloud Infographic – History Of Computer Threats

Cloud Infographic – History Of Computer Threats

Cloud Infographic – History Of Computer Threats We’d like to close out the week by providing you with an infographic courtesy of Dell which presents a fast-fact look at The History of Computer Security Threats. Security threats are constant, in many cases extremely calculated and inevitably unforgiving. There will most likely never be a 100% foolproof

Shellshock: the ‘Bash Bug’ That Could Be Worse Than Heartbleed

Shellshock: the ‘Bash Bug’ That Could Be Worse Than Heartbleed

Security researchers have discovered a vulnerability in the system software used in millions of computers, opening the possibility that attackers could execute arbitrary commands on web servers, other Linux-based machines and even Mac computers. More about Security , Tech , Apps Software , Bash Bug , and Bash Read the source article at Mashable

Securing the Internet of Things

Securing the Internet of Things

The new Mini ad reads, “High-Speed Mobile Device” and touts the car's “digital hub that syncs with your devices and social networks. So now you can motor like the wind and tell everyone all about it.” Cars are just one of the everyday objects slated to … Read the source article at forbes.com

Cloud Infographic –  European Locations For IT Infrastructure

Cloud Infographic – European Locations For IT Infrastructure

Cloud Infographic –  European Locations For IT Infrastructure With weariness about data laws in the U.S. growing among enterprises, many are opting to host their data in European countries. According to a survey by ResearchNow, commissioned by Peer1 Hosting, the data sovereignty issue is so important that 70% of U.S. businesses would give up some