Marijuana Industry Brings Compliance to a High Bar

By Michelle Drolet . 10 Jul 2016

Ensuring overall compliance with strict regulations is the next growth opportunity.   Whatever you think of it, marijuana is here to stay and coming to full legalization in a state nearest you. Controversy follows cannabis into every branch of society: political, cultural, science, health, education, legal and finance. A quick search on YouTube will show … Continue reading Marijuana Industry Brings Compliance to a High Bar

Join Towerwall & SnoopWall for a timely webinar on: Breach Prevention & Near-Term ROI

By Michelle Drolet . 8 Jul 2016

Towerwall & SnoopWall Complimentary Webinar: Breach Prevention & Near-Term ROI Tuesday, July 26 11:00am – 12:00pm EST Register Now >   Today’s hyper-aggressive cyber landscape finds 40% of organizations are breached and the threat of regulatory and compliance fines are impacting productivity and business operations. 95% of these breaches occur behind firewalls on antivirus protected … Continue reading Join Towerwall & SnoopWall for a timely webinar on: Breach Prevention & Near-Term ROI

Information Security Summit 2016 Review: Ransomware, Application Vulnerability, Hacking as an Industry Lead our Discussion

By Michelle Drolet . 23 Jun 2016

Thanks to all who attended and sponsored our 2016 Information Security Summit. It was a great turnout where we discussed a number of issues and threats facing infosec today. We were happy to see attendees share ideas and continue the discussion online with #summitbuzz16 Here are some of the topics discussed at this year’s summit: … Continue reading Information Security Summit 2016 Review: Ransomware, Application Vulnerability, Hacking as an Industry Lead our Discussion

LinkedIn Data Breach Still Causing Problems

By Michelle Drolet . 21 Jun 2016

Failing to take basic security precautions with website passwords puts your data at risk   Do you remember back in 2012 when LinkedIn was hacked? Around 6.5 million user passwords were posted on a Russian blog. There was a mandatory password reset for affected users, and LinkedIn released a statement advising people to enable two-step … Continue reading LinkedIn Data Breach Still Causing Problems

8 Tips to Secure Those IoT Devices

By Michelle Drolet . 20 Jun 2016

Make sure the Internet of Things isn’t a route for hackers to get into your home or workplace   As more and more Internet-connected devices find their way into our homes and businesses, it’s important to remember that they represent a security risk. The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing rapidly, and in the rush … Continue reading 8 Tips to Secure Those IoT Devices

5 InfoSec concerns for colleges and universities

By Michelle Drolet . 14 Jun 2016

Higher education institutions are a prime target for cybercriminals, and IT needs resources to prevent attacks and provide a proper level of security   No industry or sector is immune to data breaches, but some are targeted more often than others. Education came ahead of government, retail and financial sectors, and it was second only … Continue reading 5 InfoSec concerns for colleges and universities

3 Ways to Protect Data and Control Access to It

By Michelle Drolet . 23 May 2016

Your company’s data is its crown jewels, and you must protect it all times. CIS Controls 13, 14 and 15 will help you.   Earlier we delved into disaster recovery and network security. Now it’s time to take a look at Critical Security Controls 13, 14 and 15, which cover data protection and access control. The … Continue reading 3 Ways to Protect Data and Control Access to It

Join Towerwall at these Upcoming InfoSec Events

By Michelle Drolet . 18 May 2016

We will be attending, sponsoring and hosting the following InfoSec events this Spring / Summer. Join us!   Security BSides Boston 2016 Saturday, May 21 2016 Security BSides is the first grass roots, DIY, open security conference in the world! Security BSides is a great combination of two event styles: structured anchor events and grass-roots … Continue reading Join Towerwall at these Upcoming InfoSec Events

10 Things I Know About… Ransomware Protection

By Michelle Drolet . 11 May 2016

10. Backup files every night. If you can access yesterday’s files, then there is no need to pay to unlock them today. 9. Patch automatically. Make sure operating systems software on all devices (phones, tablets, laptops) and browsers are patched automatically with security updates. 8. Update software. Make sure your endpoints and network devices are … Continue reading 10 Things I Know About… Ransomware Protection

7 Potential Security Concerns for Wearables

By Michelle Drolet . 28 Apr 2016

Is your organization safe from all these connected devices? Wearables are rapidly invading the workplace in much the same way that smartphones did. Fitness trackers, smartwatches, head-mounted displays and other new form factors are beginning to capture the public imagination. Sales of wearable electronic devices topped 232 million in 2015, and Gartner forecasts they’ll rise … Continue reading 7 Potential Security Concerns for Wearables

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