Michelle Drolet published in NetworkWorld – Throw your vendor under the bus after a breach? Not quite so fast

By Michelle Drolet . 15 Jan 2015

Our Michelle Drolet is quoted in NetworkWorld’s article “Throw your vendor under the bus after a breach? Not quite so fast“. Read more below: In everyday business, a complex set of external relationships is commonplace. Services, infrastructure, and even software live in the cloud, supplied by third parties. An organization’s value is often in the data it … Continue reading Michelle Drolet published in NetworkWorld – Throw your vendor under the bus after a breach? Not quite so fast

Data Security Alert Vol 13.79 – The Top Hacks of the Year

By Michelle Drolet . 5 Jan 2015

As we approach the end of the year, let’s have a look back at the top hacking incidents of 2014. This year, we might have witnessed the most damaging attack of the decade. It will not be easy beating the Sony attack. SONY On November 24th all of Sony Pictures employees’ computer screens started showing a … Continue reading Data Security Alert Vol 13.79 – The Top Hacks of the Year

What You Need to Know About This New Bank Account Threat

By Michelle Drolet . 19 Dec 2014

Sophos Researcher James Wyke recently did an analysis of the malware Vawtrak. He found that Vawtrak has been targeting financial institutions, especially banks. Vawtrak injects a DLL code into the targeted bank’s website, which allows a bypass of the victim’s two-factor authentication and infects the victim with a mobile malware. The malware then automatically transfers … Continue reading What You Need to Know About This New Bank Account Threat

The 4 Es of Enterprise Security

By Michelle Drolet . 15 Dec 2014

Building a solid security program takes time. Every organization is different. It’s very important to assess your technology, and consider both internal and external threats. An assessment will reveal vulnerabilities. The remediation process will help you take full advantage of your existing security assets and point you at any gaps that need filling. Even once … Continue reading The 4 Es of Enterprise Security

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

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

More Devices, More Problems.

By Michelle Drolet . 6 Oct 2014

Check out this infographic for the numbers behind BYOD.

Cork That App or Face Attack

By Michelle Drolet . 1 Aug 2014

Despite all the news about hackers infiltrating major corporations, most businesses continue to leave themselves woefully unprotected. Some surveys estimate more than 70% of businesses perform vulnerability tests on less than 10% of their cloud, mobile and web applications. A majority also confess they have been hacked at least once in the last two years. … Continue reading Cork That App or Face Attack

Test All Apps to Keep Hackers from Penetrating Castle Walls

By Michelle Drolet . 23 Jul 2014

Four major challenges when protecting apps and how to solve them Despite all the news about hackers infiltrating major corporations, most businesses continue to leave themselves woefully unprotected. Some surveys estimate more than 70% of businesses perform vulnerability tests on less than 10% of their cloud, mobile and web applications. A majority also confess they … Continue reading Test All Apps to Keep Hackers from Penetrating Castle Walls

10 things I know about preventing ID theft

By Michelle Drolet . 10 Jun 2014

10. Use cash or gift cards The threat of identity theft is reduced dramatically if you don’t use your credit card for all your purchases, so consider using cash or even gift cards to pay your way. 9. PCI compliance is important The payment card industry has a set of security standards for a reason: … Continue reading 10 things I know about preventing ID theft

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