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Top Ten Malicious URLs Top 10 malicious URLs blocked by the Trend Micro™ Smart Protection Network™ infrastructure in 2012 Top Ten Malicious URLs Top 10 malicious URLs blocked by the Trend Micro™ Smart Protection Network™ infrastructure in 2012. Top Ten Spammers Top 10 spam-sending countries in 2012. Rank Country 1 India 2 Saudi Arabia … Continue reading Top Ten Malicious Lists
Towerwall is proud to offer our new VOIP Assessment Services. Do you know if your VoIP phones and servers are segmented from the rest of your network? Even if they are, segmentation alone may not protect your voice assets. Towerwall, Inc. has developed an approach that is extremely effective in testing the security of VoIP … Continue reading Introducing Towerwall’s VOIP Assessment Services
For those on our Security Alert and Update list we just emailed this great article by Graham Cluley on the worst possible passwords you could ever choose. Many of you know this is something we preach to our clients on a regular basis and is part of our comprehensive 4E Program. Too many internet users … Continue reading The worst passwords you could ever choose
There was a recent article in the Wall Street Journal in which the top cyber cop Shawn Henry, spoke how we are loosing the battle with the hackers. At times the hackers can keep up us all night worrying about our networks, employee actions whether intentional or not, we need to remain vigilant and on … Continue reading U.S. Outgunned in Hacker War
Boston Business Journal asked Towerwall for required reading for every entrepreneur. Michelle Drolet recommends “The Power of Nice” by Linda Kaplan Thaler and Robin Koval. Nice companies have lower turnover and higher productivity. Click here to read the article.
The headline reads, “FBI warns of new malware targeting bank accounts,” but it could just as well say, “More new victims born from opening emails.” From the simple act of opening an email and clicking on an attachment, the victim’s username and password to their bank accounts are stolen by a process called keylogging, where … Continue reading Can you stamp out spambots? No, but you can help