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IT physical security policy

IT physical security policy

This policy will help your organization safeguard its hardware, software, and data from exposure to persons (internal or external) who could intentionally or inadvertently harm your business and/or damage...

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Biggest tech fails of 2017

Biggest tech fails of 2017

From the tech giants that let fake news run amok, to the ridesharing company that had an Uber-bad run, these were the year's most notable disappointments.

December 13, 2017 by in Security

Uncomplicating blockchain

James Basnett, blockchain & innovation partner at Softvison, explains how blockchain is disrupting retail, makes recommendations on promising applications, and lists best practices when evaluating and experimenting with blockchain.

March 13, 2018 by in Blockchain

BlackBerry's DTEK50 fails to raise the security bar

BlackBerry's DTEK50

BlackBerry's newest phone is a passable for its price, but its misguided effort to promote its security as something bar-raising will not stand the test of time.

August 15, 2016 by in Security

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