IT Security

IT Security: A New Version of the Dictionary for 2013

Early computer commentators assumed there would never be more than a few hundred viruses. And in 2006, Bill Gates promised that spam would soon be totally eliminated. Yet computer threats continue to pose serious risks to businesses and individuals alike. Hackers and criminals exploit any opportunities for financial gain – and clearly they’re creative enough …

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What’s in Store for IT Security: Predictions for 2013

Typically, victims of a computer infection don’t realize their machines are “sick” until it’s already too late. For instance, on Oct. 3, 2012, 53 universities experienced unauthorized access to their networks. The group of hacktivists that took responsibility for the attack acknowledged, “When we got there, we found most university servers already had malware injected.” …

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Maximizing IT Security Regardless of Budgets

In its list of IT outsourcing trends for 2012, CIO.com predicted that IT security will step into the spotlight this year. Indeed, according to CIO.com’s source, Mark Ruckman of Sanda Partners, a large provider of IT managed services will more than likely be humiliated by a public hack sometime in 2012. Some are calling 2012 …

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