Cloud Computing is Secure, Proven Technology with High Adoption Rates
If you’re nervous about cloud computing, you’re not alone. A new report on IT decision makers shows enterprise trust in cloud security at its lowest — yet they’re flocking to use it.
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ABOVE: A photo of a screen showing what is apparently the skull splash page that appeared on Sony company computers when the attack started, posted by someone who said he was a former Sony employee who was sent the image by current Sony employees. The image was first posted on Reddit.
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The Identity Theft Resource Center, which tracks data breaches, has counted 381 reported breaches and 10.8 million records exposed from the start of the year through June. Below is a slide show with some of the worst of these for the first quarter: Continue reading “Worst Data Breaches of 2014…So Far”
Don’t trust that your phone or tablet is a secure device which no one else can get into. Always stop and think before taking a picture or typing a message.
Everyday there are new stories about people over-sharing. Whether online with sites like Facebook and Twitter, or by using their phones and tablets with apps like Snapchat and Vine, people are putting their content out into the digital wild before considering the possible consequences.
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