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  • Training Bad Habits Out of Users: End User Training

    by Christopher Burgess on April 1, 2014

    User behavior is the magic ingredient which can ensure end user training programs are successful or an ignoble failure. The recent RSA Conference 2014 in San Francisco featured a panel discussion on this topic, "Changing User Behavior: The Science of Awareness" hosted by Frank Dimina, director of federal sales at Check Point Software Technologies. Dimina asked the panelists (Kati Rodzon, an…

  • Secure Global Open Source Calling and Message Tools

    by David Wallace on March 25, 2014

    Risk versus reward? Open source versus packaged? Security or flexibility? All of these decisions matter deeply when considering personal safety for international travelers. Because today's cell phones send a signal beacon that identifies your location, network, and movement, companies are turning to more secure open source applications to protect phone conversations and hide the email trail in…

  • You shared WHAT?! Employee File Sharing Risks and Strategies

    by Dave Butcher on February 25, 2014

    In year’s gone by, the majority of ad hoc file exchanges happened over email. But as file sizes continue to grow, email administrators are responding by imposing attachment size limitations on senders, recipients, or both. As a result, many employees are turning to cloud-based file-sharing tools to remain productive and share data ranging from presentations and medical images to loan…

  • Update on BYOD and Mobile Device Management Book

    by Stephen Wu on June 22, 2013

    Last month, I wrote about the Mobile Transformation, the consumerization of information technology, and managing mobile devices in the enterprise. I gave a sneak preview of my upcoming book on managing mobile devices in the enterprise. I just finished reviewing the page proofs for the book. Accordingly, the book is on track for the publisher, the American Bar Association Section of Science …

  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) for Control Systems?

    by Gib Sorebo on June 6, 2013

    I just finished attending Interop Las Vegas where I gave a talk entitled “BYOD Security and Privacy.” In walking the show floor and attending a variety of sessions, there was little doubt that Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a hot topic that cybersecurity professionals are struggling to get their arms around. The challenge is further magnified by the fact that this trend is less one of technology…

  • BYOD and Employee Privacy--Factors to Consider

    by Stephen Wu on December 12, 2012

    Let’s say that your company has a “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) policy permitting employees to use personal mobile devices for work. Do your employees have a reasonable expectation that their mobile device information is private, even if some of that information is work-related? Can an employer compel access to that information? A recent case sheds some light on the factors a court will use to…

  • Digital Forensics for Handheld Devices

    by Ben Rothke on September 24, 2012

    Today’s handheld device is the mainframe of years past. An iPhone 5 with 64 GB of storage and the Apple A6 system-on-a-chip processor has more raw computing power entire data centers had some years ago. With billions of handheld devices in use worldwide, it is imperative that digital forensics investigators and others know how to ensure that the information contained in them, can be legally…

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