Does the NSA have a duty to disclose zero-day exploits?

By Michelle Drolet . 26 Sep 2016

The NSA should disclose all zero-day exploits. But it doesn’t.   To say the National Security Agency (NSA) prefers to lay low and shuns the limelight is an understatement. One joke said about the secretive group, widely regarded as the most skilled state-sponsored hackers in the world, is NSA actually stands for “No Such Agency.” … Continue reading Does the NSA have a duty to disclose zero-day exploits?

Why You Need A Mobile Device Policy

By Michelle Drolet . 9 Aug 2012

Whether you choose to embrace it or try to resist it, the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend is set to grow. A study by Cisco Systems found that 78 percent of white-collar workers in the U.S. use a mobile device for work and 41 percent indicated that most smartphones that connect to the company … Continue reading Why You Need A Mobile Device Policy

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