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5 Things I Learned about Cybersecurity at Chicago Ideas Week

This week I went to a talk on cybersecurity at Chicago Ideas Week. Here's what I learned from the former commissioner of the NYC police department, a Harvard Law professor, the global head of cybersecurity at Palantir, the cofounder and CTO of HackerOne, the founder and CEO of WISeKey, and the general counsel for Wikimedia:

Topics: Security

2015 Technology Infrastructure Predictions

Each year begins with one of our favorite traditions: prediction season. These technology-trend forecasts are always insightful, helpful, and in some cases, humorous. Here are some of the predictions for 2015 that stood out:

Topics: Other Security Disaster Recovery Products and Services

GHOST Vulnerability Update

The recently announced Glibc GHOST vulnerability (CVE-2015-0235) has been top of conversation and action since it was announced on Tuesday, January 27, 2015.

Topics: Security

Oodles of POODLEs, Or How Not to Get Bit

Often the biggest concern when a security exploit comes out is the time that elapses from when the issue is reported to the time when the manufacturer issues a patch. Will you be targeted in that brief unprotected moment? Can you ensure your customers will be protected if you're the victim of an exploit?

Topics: Security

Small Businesses Can't Afford to Ignore Information Security

If you read the news lately, it seems like every corporate board across the country is adding Chief Information Security Officer to the ranks of their C-suite. The bailiwick of the CIO—Information Security—is now the de facto buzzword of the post-Heartbleed world. While that’s all well and good for the publicly-traded giants of Wall Street, where does that leave small business owners and startups with just a few servers to secure?

Topics: Security