Another Successful Information Security Summit

By Michelle Drolet . 19 Jun 2015

Once again, the Information Security Summit hosted by Towerwall and MassBay was a resounding success. Hundreds of attendees and vendors participated in  diverse data security panels and networked with industry leaders and peers. The Summit opened with Michelle Drolet, CEO of Towerwall, and Shamsi Moussav, Computer Science Professor at MassBay Community College, presenting scholarships to … Continue reading Another Successful Information Security Summit

“Bridging the Cybersecurity Skills Gap: 3 Big Steps” Featured in InformationWeek Dark Reading

By Michelle Drolet . 9 Feb 2015

Towerwall Founder and CEO Michelle Drolet’s latest article “Bridging the Cybersecurity Skills Gap: 3 Big Steps” is featured in the InformationWeek Dark Reading. Read more below: The stakes are high. Establishing clear pathways into the industry, standardizing jobs, and assessing skills will require industry-wide consensus and earnest collaboration. There is a dangerous dearth of qualified Information … Continue reading “Bridging the Cybersecurity Skills Gap: 3 Big Steps” Featured in InformationWeek Dark Reading

Debunking 5 Reasons Businesses Use to Not Invest In Computer Security

By Michelle Drolet . 8 Dec 2014

The rise of malware seems to have passed some people by. As the ranks of cybercriminals grow and they find new ways to exploit our systems and steal our data, a lot of computer users and small-business owners have convinced themselves that it won’t happen to them. Here are five common excuses that explain why … Continue reading Debunking 5 Reasons Businesses Use to Not Invest In Computer Security

Towerwall Security Alert V13.79 – How to clear out cookies, Flash cookies and local storage

By Michelle Drolet . 5 Dec 2014

by Mark Stockley This quick fix will show you how to clear out cookies and the cookie-like things that can be used to track you online. If you already know what cookies are all about then you can skip the next bit and go straight to the instructions. Why cookies are important Cookies are very small … Continue reading Towerwall Security Alert V13.79 – How to clear out cookies, Flash cookies and local storage

Build security into your app development

By Michelle Drolet . 17 Nov 2014

Integrate security testing into your dev process now or else face cyber-attacks later The way we develop software has been radically transformed in the last few years. Agility and speed are vital components for any company that wants to compete in the market. In order to achieve that it has proven necessary to break down … Continue reading Build security into your app development

Towerwall Information Security Update Vol 13.78 – 3 ways to make your Outlook.com account safer

By Michelle Drolet . 31 Oct 2014

3 ways to make your Outlook.com account safer by John Hawes   Following on from our detailed guide to securing your webmail, here’s a quick breakdown of how to make the most important fixes for users of Microsoft’s Outlook.com (formerly known as Hotmail and, for a while, Windows Live Hotmail). Controls affecting Outlook.com security are mainly found … Continue reading Towerwall Information Security Update Vol 13.78 – 3 ways to make your Outlook.com account safer

Towerwall’s Candy Alexander Receives 2014 ISSA Award for “Hall of Fame”

By Michelle Drolet . 28 Oct 2014

We are proud to announce that our own Candy Alexander will receive the ISSA “Hall of Fame” Award. See below for more information: Honoree to be Recognized Among RSA Founders at ISSA International Conference on Oct. 22 in Orlando BOSTON, MA–(Marketwired – Oct 9, 2014) –  Towerwall (www.towerwall.com), an IT security services provider for small … Continue reading Towerwall’s Candy Alexander Receives 2014 ISSA Award for “Hall of Fame”

More Devices, More Problems.

By Michelle Drolet . 6 Oct 2014

Check out this infographic for the numbers behind BYOD.

Shellshock , The Latest Mac OSX and Linux Vulnerabilty—

By Michelle Drolet . 29 Sep 2014

By: Solange_Desc1 Security researchers have discovered a new software bug known as the “Bash Bug” or “Shellshock,” or to those more technically “in-the-know” as GNU Bash Remote Code Execution Vulnerability (CVE-2014-6271)(link is external). This bug, more correctly termed, ‘vulnerability’, potentially allows attackers to gain control over targeted computers. The bug is present in a piece of computer … Continue reading Shellshock , The Latest Mac OSX and Linux Vulnerabilty—

Firefox 32.0 fixes holes, shakes out some old SSL certs, introduces certificate pinning

By Michelle Drolet . 3 Sep 2014

by Paul Ducklin on September 3, 2014   Yesterday was Firefox’s most recent Fortytwosday(updates come out every 42 days, on Tuesdays, in a nod to Douglas Adams), bringing us to Firefox 32.0. For those who like to keep their feature set behind the leading edge, yet stay on top of security fixes, there’s also ESR 24.8 and ESR 31.1. ESR is short for Extended Support … Continue reading Firefox 32.0 fixes holes, shakes out some old SSL certs, introduces certificate pinning

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