By Devin Partida, Editor-in-Chief, Every job comes with unique stresses, like making presentations or compiling reports. Your safety is the last thing on your mind because you go to work and make it home every day. Still, emergencies can happen, especially with the rise in mass shootings. Should you have […]

Should You Have an Active Shooter Plan for Your Office?

By Dan May, Commercial Director at ramsac Software is not without its vulnerabilities. Even if these flaws exist unintentionally, any backdoor or point of unauthorised access can be exploited advantageously by cyber-criminals, which is why programmers analyse for, and “patch”, these vulnerabilities. Software needs to be monitored tightly, and routinely, to […]

Lessons to Learn from the 2021 Microsoft Exchange Zero-day Attack

By: Zack Schuler, founder and CEO of NINJIO As daily life continues to migrate online, the need for cybersecurity is universal – no matter who you are, protecting yourself from the ever-evolving cyberthreats out there is becoming more important all the time. But some groups are more vulnerable than others, […]

Show dad how to stay safe online this Father’s Day

By Devin Partida, Editor-in-Chief, As more people get vaccinated and states lift their pandemic restrictions, businesses must reconsider their security protocols. Whether that’s taking new preventive measures or upgrading current systems, now is the time to make changes. Businesses in all industries had to keep up with federal and state […]

5 Security Tips for Businesses Reopening in 2021

By Emily Newton Many approaches to data center security focus on stopping attacks that originate in the online realm. Indeed, protecting against those incidents is essential for a well-functioning data center. However, it’s also vital to improve physical security. Here are some actionable ways to do that. Use the Five […]

How To Incorporate Physical Security Measures in Your Data Center

In Episode S3E6 our guest is Brian Hajost, President and Founder of SteelCloud, a company that develops technology for automated remediation of endpoints to effectively meet compliance mandates. In this fun and informative conversation, Brian delves into what it means for organizations to meet the various compliance mandates they are […]

Automated Remediation

By Damon Culbert The smartphone market is huge and it is growing. Recent estimates say that the global smartphone penetration rate reached 46.45% in 2020, accounting for 3.6 billion of the 7.8 billion global population. As consumers, we want the latest technology at a fraction of the cost. This means […]

How Secure Is Your Refurbished Phone?

Optical & Digital Document Security 17-19 January 2022, Vienna, Austria The technical conference for physical, digital and virtual document security How do we ensure that our financial transactions and identity verification conducted on a smartphone, tablet or other computer are as secure as they have been using banknotes and identity […]

Reconnaissance Announces New Conference for Identity and Transactional Security in ...

LOS ANGELES, CA — As phishing becomes one of the most prevalent attack vectors in the cybersecurity landscape, NINJIO, a cybersecurity awareness training company currently serving some of the largest organizations in the world, has launched the first-ever simulated Phishing as a Service (PHAAS) platform to help companies thwart these […]

NINJIO Releases Enterprise Simulated Phishing Solution as Cyberattacks Continue to ...

By Rahul Raghavan, Co-Founder and Chief Evangelist, we45 We are at a certain point today where the maturity of our AppSec testing capabilities is at an all-time high. These days, product engineering personas look to identify differences between “pen testing” and “pen-testing” — and rightfully so. While the actual differences […]

Progressions in AppSec Testing

By Devin Partida, Editor-in-Chief, Ransomware is an ever-prevalent threat to leaders in various industries. The most severe attacks force people at affected organizations to use pen-and-paper methods and take all digital platforms offline. Here’s a closer look at the current ransomware situation and what it means for business owners and […]

The Ransomware Landscape of 2021

Henderson, Nevada, May 18, 2021 — Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, Inc., (OTCPK:AITX), today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Robotic Assistance Devices, Inc. (RAD) has released a new member of its popular ROSA product family, ROSA270. This new solution, shipping in June 2021, adds an entirely new dimension to autonomous video […]

Robotic Assistance Devices Announces ROSA270