Tag: network security

Kelley Gallo

Please join us for our 8th Annual Information Security Summit! “The Evolving Threat Landscape 2020” This regional event provides participants with an update on the latest developments, trends, and status in information security. With the growing popularity of disruptive technologies, including mobility and cloud computing, social networking, and big data analytics, the accompanying data security

Michelle Drolet

Click here for more information & to register! Please save the date and plan to  join us for this timely forum on what you need to know about the latest security issues, threats, and technologies that will help you protect your business!

Michelle Drolet

Click here for more information & to register! Please save the date and plan to  join us for this timely forum on what you need to know about the latest security issues, threats, and technologies that will help you protect your business!

Michelle Drolet

The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Thursday lay down 400 pages worth of details on how it plans to regulate broadband providers as a public utility. These are the rules – and their legal justifications – meant to protect net neutrality. They were passed last month, and details have been eagerly anticipated. The main gist of the lengthy document

Michelle Drolet

Our Michelle Drolet is quoted in TechTarget’s article “Four ways DevOps can boost AWS security“. Read more below: Many IT teams believe security belongs to someone else. Building security into the DevOps process can be a tricky but rewarding move. Combine the “It’s not my job” belief that many IT administrators have about security tasks

Michelle Drolet

Towerwall is proud to offer our new vCISO Program. Introducing Towerwall’s vCISO Program, our unique approach to Virtual CISO. Offering three distinct partner options, our vCISO solutions are tailor fit to your organization’s security needs. Recognizing many small and mid-sized companies have security concerns, yet do not warrant a full-time position, the Towerwall vCISO Platform

Michelle Drolet

The funkily-named bug of the week is GHOST. Its official moniker is the less catchy CVE-2015-0235, and it’s a vulnerability caused by a buffer overflow in a system library that is used in many, if not most, Linux distributions. A buffer overflow is where you assume, for example, that when you handle a four-byte network number written out as

Michelle Drolet

Please save the date and plan to  join us for this timely forum on what you need to know about the latest security issues, threats, and technologies that will help you protect your business! June 4, 2015  8:00AM – 1:00PM MassBay Community College 50 Oakland Street  | Wellesley Hills, MA 02481 Pre-registration required. Join us

Michelle Drolet

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

Michelle Drolet

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