If You Still Use PGP, READ THIS NOW

In this instance, the all-caps in the headline aren’t hyperbole – they’re an emergency. “Email is no longer a secure communication medium,” according to researchers at Germany’s Münster University of Applied Sciences ... Read More
How Ransomware Is Changing Cybersecurity and What To Do About It

How Ransomware Is Changing Cybersecurity and What To Do About It

| | Ransomware
A new report from IBM shows that the total number of breached records dropped about 25% last year, an amount representing 2.5 billion files. Unfortunately this did not mean that information security professionals suddenly discovered how to stop cyberattacks altogether. Most of the drop comes from files that have been ... Read More
VPNs Aren’t Dead

VPNs Aren’t Dead, They Just Need to Evolve

Companies have long relied on VPNs to secure corporate data and devices for remote workers, suppliers, contractors and other people authorized to access the company network. As technology continues to evolve, VPNs have held strong as a tried-and-true method for corporate security. However, the nearly 20-year-old technology is being seen ... Read More
Security Boulevard
Encrypting Popular Client Emails is Hard Work

Encrypting Popular Client Emails is Hard Work

In a world of instant messaging, VoIP, Dropbox, FTP, and other forms of communications, email is still the primary method of communication between companies ... Read More
Global Data Protection Laws: South Korea

Global Data Protection Laws: South Korea

Over the last few months, we’ve talked extensively about the GDPR – but the GDPR isn’t the only data protection regime on the planet. We’ve just covered the Philippines, and now we’re going to move on to South Korea ... Read More
Global Data Protection Laws: The Philippines

Global Data Protection Laws: The Philippines

| | Compliance, data protection
Unlike many of the data protection laws in the US and Europe, the Philippines doesn’t just specify fines for those found to be negligent in protecting customer data. For some information security offenses, the perpetrators can be imprisoned for up to six years ... Read More
Can Banks Add Anonymous Application Access in time for PSD2?

Can Banks Add Anonymous Application Access in time for PSD2?

We’ve already spoken extensively about the need for enterprises to occasionally offer access to their data to nearly anyone who asks for it ... Read More