Articles in: Data Breach

Managing risk by steering clear of disorganized file shares

Your File Share is not a Dumping Ground

Managing risk by steering clear of disorganized file shares

Recently my car was broken into, which really sucked. But I’ll still admit that I’m partially to blame; as a commuter I often treat my car as a dumping ground, and am […]

Why companies aren’t properly motivated to protect data

The Deal with Data Breaches

Why companies aren’t properly motivated to protect consumer data from breaches

Data breaches are now, unfortunately, essentially inevitable for companies big and small. So when Yahoo! Announced their second hack in four months, the latest one exposing over one billion(!!!) user accounts, it […]

In today’s day and age, data security isn’t just about protecting access but keeping it from getting out

Data Security and the ‘Enemy Behind the Gates’ Scenario

In today’s day and age, data security isn’t just about protecting access but keeping it from getting out

By now, we all know the name “Snowden.” And, I’m sure, we all have opinions about what he did and exactly who he is — be it hero or villain or maybe […]

How strategic file analysis can increase file security

File Shares and File Fumbles

How strategic file analysis can increase file security

Sony Pictures, JP Morgan, Target, Anthem, Ashley Madison… the list of debilitating cybersecurity breaches that have flooded the news over the last two years goes on and on. Yet with the business […]