David Ayza Enero
13/2/2018 · 8 min read · ~10
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CYBERSECURITY - Crossing the last frontier

CYBERSECURITY - Crossing the last frontier

The future landed 10 years ago, and with it an innumerable number of devices, technologies, methodologies, and trends has come with it to stay. Some studies foresee that by 2020 there will be 200 billion connected things. We are talking of course,...

David B. Grinberg
4/10/2017 · 3 min read · +100 · 4
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Jan 🐝 Barbosa
4/10/2017 · 3 min read · +100
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Can The Internet Of Things Survive Amidst A Pandemic Of Hacking? By Jan Barbosa And Featuring Katie King, MBA

Can The Internet Of Things Survive Amidst A Pandemic Of Hacking? By Jan Barbosa And Featuring Katie King, MBA

We are living in the age of the Internet Of Things , the age when an ever-expanding list of our devices collects and exchanges vast amounts of data (our very own personal data) that is willingly (or unknowingly) shared to the cloud where it is...

Lisa Gallagher

Lisa Gallagher

This is important and scary information. After the hack at Equifax, it really makes me question when and how this info will be used against half of our population. I will not order Christmas gifts online. We have many smart people in US and it's time to come up with something that is impenetrable.

6/10/2017
Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador

Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador

We need a lot more discussion about IoT security. The devices are cool, but few think about or are aware of the risks.

5/10/2017
John Williams
25/5/2016 · 5 min read · +100 · 6
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Phil Friedman
25/5/2016 · 5 min read · +300
To Entrepreneurs and 7 more
Not All Clouds Have a Silver Lining

Not All Clouds Have a Silver Lining

CLOUD-BASED SYSTEMS ARE ATTRACTIVE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES, BUT THEY CAN BE THE WRONG CHOICE...I am not an IT person. I am, however, an experienced small-businessman and consultant, with considerable experience in purchasing, implementing, and using...

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

Phil Friedman - I do like the idea of using the cloud to store a lot of my files - they are huge! But... to use the cloud to run my software? No chance! Whilst these days I do have a more reliable ISP - I can't rely on the simple wifi system I have at home working all the time. Often we have power cuts - then what am I going to do? I wouldn't be able grab my laptop and carry on working on that. No I would have to get in my car and drive to a cafe where I could get free wifi. (I bet these cloud based systems chow a lot of data as well.)

22/11/2017
Phil Friedman

Phil Friedman

@ Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador - That is true. But even if we ignore the risk involved in having some other than yourself hold important and sensitive data on your behalf, we need to understand that cloud-based computing will continue to fail at times when a robust internet connection is not available -- for example, most of the time while flying on a commercial airliner. To my mind, the situation with cloud-based computing is the usual one of marketing people running way out ahead of real-world fulfillment. Thank you for reading and commenting. Cheers!

26/5/2016
paul wayne
16/5/2017 · 1 min read · ~10 · 1
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Almost 1 Billion Added to Cyber Defense Budget

Almost 1 Billion Added to Cyber Defense Budget

The $6.7 Billion for cyberspace operations is an increase of $992 million from fiscal year 2016 to be provided to the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and the defense agencies to continue to:• Organize, train, and equip Cyber Mission Forces to...

Robert Straus

Robert Straus

Cyber posture increases most effectively when legislation is put into place, especially when our Defense industry is advocating this level of resilience.

21/11/2017
Merrill Cook
5/10/2017 · 1 min read · +400
A Small Businesses' Guide to Internet Security [Infographic]

A Small Businesses' Guide to Internet Security [Infographic]

To those in the cyber security field, the stakes are well known. More than 1.5 million cyber security job openings were vacant last year, and this number is only set to grow. That's not because we aren't cranking out cyber security graduates,...

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