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FireEye's Mandiant M-Trends report says impersonation and social engineering are now key tactics used by cybercriminals targeting corporations.
The Online Trust Alliance says that a high percentage of data breaches were the result of staff mistakes -- rather than external hacking.
Spanish football club will offer data analytics platform to players, staff, and fans.
The latest Snowden leaks suggest the NSA has access to well-placed staff whose mission is to infiltrate companies to gather secret and sensitive corporate data.
You have a robust cloud use profile, but some of your staff either didn't get the memo or don't care – they're using 'leaky' cloud products without your knowledge and with your data. Here's how to protect yourself.
The eSchoolView KnowItAll application puts a school district in the palm of a users hands. It pulls critical information from a number...
Cisco tapped Dimension Data for help on laying the building blocks for the hybrid cloud infrastructure and reaching emerging markets.
Kusnetzky Group clients often speak to us about their need for scalability, reliability, management, and security. They also report the challenges they face when considering cloud computing, the use of Big Data and analytics to better understand their customers' needs and how to safely and effectively support both their own staff and customers using today's smartphones and tablets. IBM says System z is up to the challenge
RestoreSure 2014 is a low-cost distributed disk-to-disk backup system designed specifically for near real-time enterprise file protection. Use...
There are many approaches to delivering corporate applications and data to staff-owned devices. VMware recently updated one of its products that addresses this need.
Government agency unveils a mobile device management plan where staff will be required to install a smartphone app deactivating functions such as Internet connectivity and the camera, to prevent data leaks.
If CIOs are looking at government data management and security policies to set an example, they should think again. Despite a series of NSA leaks, the U.S. Dept of Defense allows 'thousands' of staff to use portable storage drives.
HP joins the rush to offer mobility-management services with a cloud launch that offers staff secure access to corporate data and software from their mobile devices.
Data center managers are now looking for IT staff who possess different skills such as Linux, security and app development, as the landscape evolves with the introduction of virtualization.
Big data will create 4.4 million new IT jobs within three years, Gartner has predicted. Find out which job titles will soon be in short supply.
Responsibility of keeping data safe lies with both companies and users, as cybercriminals now target tech administrators and call center staff to gain access to customer details.
Understanding all of the electrical, cooling, security and IT issues that arise during a project to design a data center requires a list of highly skilled people. If that type of expertise isn't on staff, outside consultants, such as those from the Uptime Institute, are going to be needed.
Enterprise and education IT staff are concerned with mobile security, mostly meaning safeguarding data and services, and managing authority. But what about securing the hardware, especially when there are dozens of iPads in a lab situation?
A UK branch of Anonymous called the ATeam has claimed responsibility for taking down the website of the Department for Work and Pensions.The group launched a distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) attack on the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) website on Friday afternoon after a Channel 4 'Dispatches' documentary found that the DWP had disciplined 992 staff in ten months over data offences.
What a surprise: the U.K. government was forced to reveal under Freedom of Information laws more than 1,000 civil servants have 'snooped' on British citizens' private data.
Durham University has been slapped on the wrist by the UK's data protection watchdog after posting the personal information of around 170 former students and staff online.The university posted screenshots of the people's names, addresses and dates of birth in February 2011, in an attempt to "demonstrate the use of particular university systems", the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) said on Thursday.
An employee of the Health and Safety Executive lost an unencrypted USB data stick containing nuclear 'stress test' data, the watchdog has admitted.The Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) staff member lost the data on Hartlepool Nuclear Power Station at a conference in India in November, ZDNet UK understands.
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