There is a new term IBM and other industry experts have begun to use: the inadvertent employee. These are the well-meaning IT professionals who are often at fault when it comes to misconfigured servers, networks, and databases.
The vulnerabilities in Atlanta's infrastructure were no match for the SamSam ransomware. How could this ransomware attack have been prevented?
In February, hackers worked their way into automaker Tesla’s Amazon Web Services cloud account to mine for cryptocurrency. These so-called “cryptojacking” attacks are on the rise in concert with escalating cryptocurrency prices, prompting hackers to gain access to company networks to generate these virtual forms of tender.
Without knowledgeable professionals to run a battery of tests—and interpret the results—important security issues could go unnoticed and untreated.
Find out why it’s important to plan for the future of your data now.
You don't have to settle for the same old inefficient data access any longer. There are easier ways to access your data.
Not sure where to start planning for business intelligence? Then start here.
PowerShell scripts are a staple of system administrator duties. Should you be considering RPA instead?
What do you need to know before GDPR takes effect? In this video, Robin Tatam discusses the worldwide impact of this new regulation with HelpSystems GDPR expert Donnie MacColl.
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