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US Air Force: 5G Dominance Critical to National Security
Joe Stanganelli  
1/7/2019   1 comment
In a November 2018 report, the US Air Force's Electromagnetic Defense Task Force ranks control of 5G networks and spectrum as a top priority for national security in the event of a substantial electromagnetic disturbance.
GDPR Fines: Some Bark, Little Bite
Joe Stanganelli  
12/3/2018   6 comments
As Security Now says 'Happy Halfiversary' to GDPR, we take a look at what few GDPR fines and other DPA orders and guidance have been made public over the past six months.
GDPR Presents New Challenges in Backup & Disaster Recovery Management
Joe Stanganelli  
11/23/2018   3 comments
GDPR applies not only to primary systems, but also to backup and recovery systems. Cloud storage, combined with a modicum of common sense, may prove essential to helping with GDPR compliance for these systems.
Living With Compromised Technology Supply Chains in a Post-Supermicro World
Joe Stanganelli  
10/15/2018   2 comments
In the wake of Bloomberg's jarring exposé on tainted motherboards from mega-manufacturer Supermicro, practical questions remain for enterprise organizations on how they can cope with the scary prospect of compromised hardware.
iOS 12: How Apple Keeps Getting Mobile Security Wrong
Joe Stanganelli  
9/25/2018   Post a comment
Are iOS updates for suckers? Apple's iOS 12 may represent the latest in a series of flawed releases that could compound user mistrust – further training the company's users to delay updates and patches.
California Looks to Pass Rudimentary IoT Security Legislation
Joe Stanganelli  
9/19/2018   2 comments
A California bill specific to IoT cybersecurity measures sits on Gov. Jerry Brown's desk, ready for him to sign it into law. The wording and limits of the law, however, leaves questions as to just how big an effect it will have.
Lock Up Your Laptops: Cold Boot Attacks Are Back
Joe Stanganelli  
9/14/2018   Post a comment
Researchers at F-Secure have developed a workaround to nullify the popular ten-year-old patch that was thought to have solved the problem of cold-boot attacks. Encryption keys and other sensitive data on millions of laptops could be affected.
IAM Heads to the Mobile Cloud
Joe Stanganelli  
8/16/2018   Post a comment
Persisting problems with identity and access management combined with usability demands are influencing the IAM market. But will enterprise IT step up its IAM game?
DHS: Millions of Smartphones Infected With Severe Embedded Vulnerabilities
Joe Stanganelli  
8/14/2018   Post a comment
Research from DHS revealed this past week seems to demonstrate that millions of smartphones have deep vulnerabilities allowing for privilege escalation and complete takeover.
California's CCPA Law: Why CISOs Need to Take Heed
Joe Stanganelli  
7/26/2018   1 comment
The recently enacted California Consumer Privacy Act, while hardly a sweeping reform of the state's privacy laws, changes the playing field for IT risk and liability where California residents' personal information is concerned.
Seamless Cloud Security Depends on Encryption Done Right
Joe Stanganelli  
7/2/2018   3 comments
As the enterprise shift to the cloud, there's a debate about what's best for securing data as it moves from one platform to another. A Boston startup is looking to encrypt data in motion and at rest, and this could be the next big trend.
Is Florida Really Such a Cybersecurity Risk?
Joe Stanganelli  
6/18/2018   1 comment
In the wake of a personal-security research report declaring Florida to have the highest level of cybersecurity-risk in the US, a closer look suggests this finding may be neither the most reliable nor the most compelling.
Invisible Network Attacks: Good Encryption vs. Bad Encryption
Joe Stanganelli  
6/4/2018   2 comments
Enterprise IT networks represent an encrypted two-way street; just as encryption is a critical defensive measure, network attackers are increasingly relying upon encrypting the malicious network traffic that they send out so as to mask their do-baddery.
Hands-Off Security: Automating & Virtualizing the Enterprise Network
Joe Stanganelli  
5/31/2018   8 comments
A series of recent tech events demonstrate that enterprises are increasingly using virtualized automation to improve their network-security posture – but perhaps no tool is perfect.
Endpoint Security: 3 Big Obstacles to Overcome
Joe Stanganelli  
4/17/2018   Post a comment
Two recent reports highlight three major challenges in enterprise endpoint security.
Data Breach Increase Shows Endpoints Are Under Attack
Joe Stanganelli  
4/16/2018   5 comments
The stats and factoids from the latest edition of Verizon's annual Data Breach Investigation Report make clear enterprise endpoints have been far too vulnerable and that explains why data breaches are on the rise.
GDPR, AI & a New Age of Consent for Enterprises
Joe Stanganelli  
3/30/2018   2 comments
Despite compliance worries under GDPR, obtaining necessary consent for AI and machine learning processing of personal data is far from impossible.
Cybersecurity AI: Addressing the 'Artificial' Talent Shortage
Joe Stanganelli  
3/23/2018   Post a comment
As AI becomes increasingly important to cybersecurity, industry's complaints on the talent shortages in both areas have become louder. However, is there really a lack of qualified experts?




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