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Do not underestimate benefits of Upfront Security

An interesting article was posted today at Computer Weekly, titled “Upfront security better and cheaper, says expert“. The main takeaway for the business owners can be summed up in this quote from the founder of application security firm DigitalBodyGuard: A secure infrastructure can be developed for the same cost in the same time as an

Data Privacy Day

According to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Data Privacy Day is an international holiday celebrated in USA, Canada and 27 more countries in Europe. It occurs every January 28 to raise awareness and promote data privacy education. On January 26, 2009, the United States House of Representatives passed House Resolution HR 31 by an impressive, unanimous

Anonymous Hackers target websites

According to CNN  several websites affiliated with the CIA, Mexico’s mining ministry and the state of Alabama were brought down last Friday. These incidents are allegedly done by hackers, government officials and a well-known hacking group reported. A message Friday on a group Anonymous media pages, including Tumblr and Twitter celebrated that the CIA’s website

Computer Systems Design and Related IT Services

Virtually all organizations rely on IT to conduct business and run efficiently. Many organizations often turn to IT professionals for computer network support when faced with limitations of the internal resources to effectively design, implement, or manage the products and systems that they need.  (Looking for IT professionals in New Jersey?) Business Computer Systems Design

IT Security Solutions for 2012

What does year 2012 hold for us in terms of improving IT security? Here are just a few topics: Log Management & Analysis As we begin to understand how such information can be used to benefit security, log analysis is being included in security products by many vendors, for example, LogLogic,  Logrhythm,  and Tripwire.  Both

Major Computer Attack – warns DHS

Cybersecurity experts have long warned that computer hackers could potentially target electric power sources, such as power plants and electrical grids, and that these attacks could affect vital infrastructures, including hospitals and water treatment plants. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said at the cybersecurity event sponsored by the Washington Post, that a major

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