Botnets: Is your network really protected?

By Michelle Drolet . 27 Mar 2017

Security is taking a backseat as more and more devices connect to the internet The tech world moves at a tremendous pace, unleashing wave after wave of innovation intended to improve our everyday lives. Many new devices, from security cameras to fridges, or TVs to baby monitors, are now internet connected. This affords us remote … Continue reading Botnets: Is your network really protected?

How Much Does a Data Breach Actually Cost?

By Michelle Drolet . 28 Oct 2016

The average cost of a data breach involving fewer than 10,000 records was $5 million The American public has become so inured to data breaches that it’s difficult to remember them all. Infamous breaches like the ones at Target and Sony become almost forgettable when confronted with the recently disclosed half-billion accounts compromised at Yahoo … Continue reading How Much Does a Data Breach Actually Cost?

DROWN attack sinks security for millions of websites

By Michelle Drolet . 8 Mar 2016

Security researchers reveal new technique to break TLS using SSLv2 server. The war to close down security vulnerabilities is never-ending, but the new “DROWN” vulnerability is one of the biggest to rear its ugly head in recent months. A group of security researchers from a number of different universities and research institutes just unveiled this … Continue reading DROWN attack sinks security for millions of websites

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