How to Prevent Data Leakage in Public Institutions and Organisations. 22 October 2012 | 8 Visits | Rating: No votes. Public Institutions at all administrative levels are responsible for a huge quantity of sensitive data.
This is a recently developed solution for industries based on network securities which has multiple features like anti-spam, filtering content, prevention of data leakage and so on. For example, Cyberoam Unified threat management (UTM) ...
Cyberattacks are happening constantly across the globe, and now you can see what that looks in real-time with this map by the Honeynet Project that shows so many attacks, it looks and feels like it's straight out of an apocalyptic war movie.
Via Paul Alexander
With over 100 million iPads sold, the one thing everyone can agree on about Surface is that Microsoft has a lot of ground to make up in the tablet and mobile market. That's not entirely the company's...
Via Jerry Doremus
Help Net Security65% of organizations experience three DDoS attacks a yearHelp Net Security“The reality is that cyber threats are outpacing security professionals, leaving most organizations vulnerable and unprepared,” said Avi Chesla, chief...
Wired (blog)Dirty Disks, Data Dilemmas: Keeping Clouds SecureWired (blog)Dirty disks occur when disk images in public clouds have retained some remnants of a former customer's data, potentially creating the risk of data leakage or exposure to other...
Counter cybercrime - avoiding cyber espionage attacks. I have come across this ... One might say Data Leakage Prevention (DLP) is the answer but I have yet to see a real return of investment on DLP solution.
5 november 2012 - Het Nationaal Cyber Security Centrum (NCSC) coördineert samen met ECP - Platform van Informatiesamenleving van 12 tot en met 22 november 2012 de campagne Alert Online.
Via Martijn Wessels
Minister Ivo Opstelten van Veiligheid en Justitie en de Duitse minister van Binnenlandse Zaken Hans-Peter Friedrich gaven aan de publiek-private samenwerking op het gebied van cyber security verder te willen versterken.
The Norton Cybercrime Report is out for 2012! Cybercrime continues to have far-reaching effects and is increasingly a problem on mobile devices and in our social networks (where we seem to be less vigilant).
After surveying more than 13,000 consumers in 24 countries, the researchers found that the numbers of online adults increased by 20% from last year, and that cybercrime impacted just under ½ of them in the previous 12 months.