Why do entrepreneurs choose to live in one state and not another?
It’s not often you find out your company has something in common with the classic show, Mission: Impossible.
Hackers can't hit a target they never see.
Last week we participated at the RSA Conference in San Francisco. What an incredible conference!
Today I was looking at the agenda for RSA, this nation's biggest security conference. Not surprising, there are numerous sessions on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a sweeping act aimed at protecting private information for European Union (EU) residents.
2017 was a record year for many reasons. Amazing records were broken: we saw more green energy produced around the world and more capital invested in tech startups than ever before.
How do we protect our data?
We all know how firewalls work; they prevent packets from passing through self-imposed barriers. But they don't limit how far packets go once they pass the threshold.
The big question many U.S. organization database managers need to ask themselves is: is my server carrying high-value data to unfriendly countries? Firewalls are in place, but data is still leaking.
Is there anything else I can do to stop it?
It is interesting to think about what Don Draper, the famed creative director on AMC’s Mad Men (played by Jon Hamm), would do in the 21st-century if his advertising firm’s delivery of time-sensitive media were disrupted.
How would he handle cyber-crime and other critical IT failures when the advertising of his Fortune 500 clients was on the line?
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