Facebook leaks are a lot leakier than Facebook is letting on

By Michelle Drolet . 28 Jun 2013

Remember last week, Facebook leaked email addresses and phone numbers for 6 million users, but that it was really kind of a modest leak, given that it’s a billion-user service? OK, scratch the “modest” part. The researchers who originally found out that Facebook is actually creating secret dossiers for users are now saying the numbers … Continue reading Facebook leaks are a lot leakier than Facebook is letting on

Introducing Towewall’s Alternative Cloud-based File Sharing Solutions

By Michelle Drolet . 27 Jun 2013

Towerwall is proud to offer our new Alternative Cloud-based File Sharing Solutions Cloud based file synchronization services have exploded. Organizations need to be able to provide a modern collaboration experience with the infrastructure that they’ve already invested in, and that they already know how to manage and protect. Watch the video below for more:     … Continue reading Introducing Towewall’s Alternative Cloud-based File Sharing Solutions

Tips for testing your mobile app security

By Michelle Drolet . 26 Jun 2013

Wherever an app originates from, it is vital that you can vouch for its security before it is circulated The enterprise has gone mobile and there’s no turning back. And while the BYOD movement has received plenty of attention, IT departments are getting a handle on the security risks of personal mobile devices in the workplace. The … Continue reading Tips for testing your mobile app security

Security Alert – Anonymous’ #OpPetrol: What is it, What to Expect, Why Care?

By Michelle Drolet . 26 Jun 2013

by Darin Dutcher (Threat Research) Last month, the hacker collective Anonymous announced their intention to launch cyber-attacks against the petroleum industry (under the code name #OpPetrol) that is expected to last up to June 20. Their claimed reason for this attack is primarily due to petroleum being sold with the US dollar instead of currency … Continue reading Security Alert – Anonymous’ #OpPetrol: What is it, What to Expect, Why Care?

Towerwall Security / Vulnerability Alert: Microsoft announces five Bulletins for Patch Tuesday, including Office for Mac

By Michelle Drolet . 13 Jun 2013

Midsummer Patch Tuesday (or midwinter, depending on your latitude) takes place on Tuesday 11 June 2013. As you probably already know, Microsoft publishes an official Advance Notification each month to give you early warning of what’s coming. These early notifications generally don’t give any details, summarizing only the basics, such as: The number of Bulletins … Continue reading Towerwall Security / Vulnerability Alert: Microsoft announces five Bulletins for Patch Tuesday, including Office for Mac

Towerwall and the Information Security Summit highlighted in SearchSecurity.com Article

By Michelle Drolet . 7 Jun 2013

Check out Search Security’s article – “HIPAA Omnibus Rule, PPACA challenge enterprise compliance management”, where our own Natalie Kmit and the Information Security Summit 2013 are highlighted:   HIPAA Omnibus Rule, PPACA challenge enterprise compliance management WELLESLEY, Mass. — For information security professionals, compliance-related tasks have often proved to be a trying yet necessary part of the … Continue reading Towerwall and the Information Security Summit highlighted in SearchSecurity.com Article

Are mobile apps truly enterprise-secure?

By Michelle Drolet . 9 May 2013

Many companies have embraced the BYOD trend. They may even have developed applications that enable employees to have 24/7 access to business data and tools. The benefits can be counted in productivity boosts and flexibility, but there is a real and present danger that is being ignored all too often. How many of these enterprise … Continue reading Are mobile apps truly enterprise-secure?

A case for the Growing Need for Application Security.

By Michelle Drolet . 9 May 2013

Islamist Element in Attacks. A pro-Islamic, anti-American hacking campaign appears to have jumped the gun and started early with hundreds of sites being compromised today. Set to take place on May 7 this month – thought to be US time – and targeting government sites in the US, Israel and India, the campaign is called … Continue reading A case for the Growing Need for Application Security.

Views from the Inside: A successful BYOD policy is not just about security

By Michelle Drolet . 30 Apr 2013

The BYOD trend shows no sign of abating as more and more organizations recognize the potential benefits in terms of cost and convenience. According to a recent surveyby Good Technology, 76 percent of enterprises are now supporting BYOD and the majority of those that still don’t are planning to do so in the near future. When … Continue reading Views from the Inside: A successful BYOD policy is not just about security

Is Your Business Taking the Threat of Mobile Malware Seriously?

By Michelle Drolet . 30 Apr 2013

Don’t underestimate the damage that malware proprietors can unleash if the right security policies aren’t in place. Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs and cloud computing — two of the biggest enterprise trends from the last couple of years — go hand in hand. Employees want to be given the latitude to use their smartphones for work, and … Continue reading Is Your Business Taking the Threat of Mobile Malware Seriously?

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