I read a really interesting post today by of all things the US Department of Homeland Security. Now I have to admit that I am not a regular reader of their material but this one has some really good information that can affect millions of users of Windows Server 2003.Read More
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While far from the top of the world when it comes to the impact of IT data breaches, Canada still experiences its fair share of the problems they create. Recent reports indicated that over 276,000 records were breached in reported incidents in 2014.Read More
"Last year was by far the worst ever for security, with 2,164 incidents that exposed 822 million records, according to one security report."
In his recent ITWorldCanada article this is only one of many striking comments made by author Andrew Brooks. He goes on in the article to outline nine key etiquette steps which can help you protect your reputation even if a breach occurs. Some are obvious, such as disclose what has happened and what is at risk, as well as focusing on looking after your customers and any others who may be affected by the breach.
Symantec has released its annual Internet Security Threat report and it contains some significant data which should cause any network administrator to review their network security protocols.
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