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Cyber Security Training Just As Important at C-Level

Thought LeadershipEva Velasquez | Mar 24th, 2015

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The need for better online safety training to prevent data breaches is a hot topic right now. Coupled with stronger computer and network policies, companies want to prevent the hacking events that leave businesses susceptible to a data breach. While it’s no secret that employees in both the private sector and government service can unintentionally expose organizations to hackers, what is surprising is a report by Wombat Security that shows that 33% of CEOs fell for phishing attacks that led to network access. Why are they falling for this kind of internet activity? Read More

FTC Says Hotel WiFi is Dangerous

Thought LeadershipKent Lawson | Feb 23rd, 2015

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Recently, the FTC posted an article on their website stating that hotel WiFi is dangerous and that users should not assume that just because they pay for Internet access that their connection is secure.

We couldn’t agree more. In fact, I have been stating this fact since we launched PRIVATE WiFi nearly five years ago.  This is an important topic because hotel traveler’s rank WiFi access at hotels as the number one amenity that they look for when booking hotel rooms. Read More

How Are You Celebrating Safer Internet Day 2015?

News & FeaturesJared Howe | Feb 9th, 2015

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Safer Internet Day (SID), which falls on February 10th this year, helps promote safe and more responsible use of technology and mobile phones, especially for young children and teenagers.  This day of awareness and education gets more important every year because, for better or worse, the Internet is a part of our everyday lives.

Read on to get more involved. Read More

Managing BYOD Security Threats: VPNs Mitigate The Risks

Thought LeadershipKent Lawson | Jan 28th, 2015

BYODSuitcases

It’s clear that the era of BYOD is here to stay. Workers are no longer confined to an office desk and computer, and instead are able to do work from anywhere: home, their local coffee shop, and while taking public transportation. The proliferation of public wireless networks has made this possible, and while this has freed employees up to do work from nearly everywhere, it also has introduced many security challenges. Read More

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3.4.15 NY Daily News

NY Daily News Exclusive: City wants to sell its $500M underused WiFi network to improve service at lower cost

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3.4.15 Dell

The experts at Dell ask: “How do we live in tomorrow’s world of mobile security?” Discover their answer.

Read More...

3.3.15 Net-Security.org

Flaw in GoPro update mechanism reveals users’ WiFi passwords

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3.2.15 All Tech Considered

All Tech Considered Investigates How Free WiFi On Buses Offers A Link To Future Of ‘Smart Cities’

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2.19.15 The Register

Your child’s next Barbie will be WiFi-enabled and it might record your voices.

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Is innovation killing privacy? The Huffington Post recaps what recent technological development have done to our privacy.

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Hackaday member CNLohr has created some stunning images of what a WiFi network looks like. See them now on Network World.

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Privacy is good for your company’s business. This infographic from STOP.THINK.CONNECT. explains why.

Read More...

Cyber Security Training Just As Important at C-Level

Thought LeadershipEva Velasquez | Mar 24th, 2015

BYODCSuite

The need for better online safety training to prevent data breaches is a hot topic right now. Coupled with stronger computer and network policies, companies want to prevent the hacking events that leave businesses susceptible to a data breach. While it’s no secret that employees in both the private sector and government service can unintentionally expose organizations to hackers, what is surprising is a report by Wombat Security that shows that 33% of CEOs fell for phishing attacks that led to network access. Why are they falling for this kind of internet activity? Read More

FTC Says Hotel WiFi is Dangerous

Thought LeadershipKent Lawson | Feb 23rd, 2015

shutterstock_221476462s

Recently, the FTC posted an article on their website stating that hotel WiFi is dangerous and that users should not assume that just because they pay for Internet access that their connection is secure.

We couldn’t agree more. In fact, I have been stating this fact since we launched PRIVATE WiFi nearly five years ago.  This is an important topic because hotel traveler’s rank WiFi access at hotels as the number one amenity that they look for when booking hotel rooms. Read More

How Are You Celebrating Safer Internet Day 2015?

News & FeaturesJared Howe | Feb 9th, 2015

safer-internet-calendar-2015-smalls

Safer Internet Day (SID), which falls on February 10th this year, helps promote safe and more responsible use of technology and mobile phones, especially for young children and teenagers.  This day of awareness and education gets more important every year because, for better or worse, the Internet is a part of our everyday lives.

Read on to get more involved. Read More

Managing BYOD Security Threats: VPNs Mitigate The Risks

Thought LeadershipKent Lawson | Jan 28th, 2015

BYODSuitcases

It’s clear that the era of BYOD is here to stay. Workers are no longer confined to an office desk and computer, and instead are able to do work from anywhere: home, their local coffee shop, and while taking public transportation. The proliferation of public wireless networks has made this possible, and while this has freed employees up to do work from nearly everywhere, it also has introduced many security challenges. Read More

Breaking



3.4.15 NY Daily News

NY Daily News Exclusive: City wants to sell its $500M underused WiFi network to improve service at lower cost

Read More...

3.4.15 Dell

The experts at Dell ask: “How do we live in tomorrow’s world of mobile security?” Discover their answer.

Read More...

3.3.15 Net-Security.org

Flaw in GoPro update mechanism reveals users’ WiFi passwords

Read More...

3.2.15 All Tech Considered

All Tech Considered Investigates How Free WiFi On Buses Offers A Link To Future Of ‘Smart Cities’

Read More...

2.19.15 The Register

Your child’s next Barbie will be WiFi-enabled and it might record your voices.

Read More...

HuffPo-wearabletechnology-thumbs

Is innovation killing privacy? The Huffington Post recaps what recent technological development have done to our privacy.

Read More...

wifi_lead_image-100569301-primarys

Hackaday member CNLohr has created some stunning images of what a WiFi network looks like. See them now on Network World.

Read More...

privacygoodbusinesss

Privacy is good for your company’s business. This infographic from STOP.THINK.CONNECT. explains why.

Read More...
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