Videoconferencing is quickly becoming a communication standard for many businesses because of its easy, collaborative use. Companies are putting their trust in video calls, even for sensitive business discussions.
But are your devices protected from uninvited guests?
Security vulnerabilities of video conferencing recently inspired a discussion on LinkedIn (PDF), […]
And so the RBS, Nat West and Ulster Bank saga rumbles on; reports now suggest that 2m Ulster Bank customers will continue to suffer the effects of the computer glitches into next week. RBS has now taken decisive action and….cancelled its corporate hospitality at Wimbledon, action its customers will surely see as a sign […]
Objections to the cloud range from irrational fear, to the completely realistic and more healthy approach of “trust no one.” It may seem as though these approaches are the same, yet “trust no one” is always good policy for an IT security manager, and a little paranoia is always good for protecting the network. What […]
With cloud computing being the buzzword of the day, the clouds have now become the frontline for the debate of electronic security. With such heavyweight brand giants as Apple and Amazon now wading into the fray with consumer offerings, it seems as if cloud computing is rarely (if ever) out of the headlines.
There have, […]
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