Ashley Williams writing for the OpenDNS Blog comments:
If you follow cyber security news these days, you’ll find that there’s a lot to keep up on. Threats exist everywhere. Just in 2014 alone, we’ve heard about the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL, the proliferation of remote-access Trojans (RATs), and it’s starting to feel as though there is a major data breach at a prominent company somewhere in the world almost daily.
As a result, this has led us into a sense of unease when it comes to how our money and information are handled by organizations whom we’ve trusted to keep them safe. Some out there may feel powerless to do anything about it; paying for items with cash only and hiding your money under a mattress seem almost reasonable when you’ve had to change your credit card number three times in one year.
This can’t be said enough. If you don’t create a culture of security, it will always feel like a last minute addition.
Read more at: Creating a Culture of Security Awareness
- Are Vendors and VARs The Enemy? - November 15, 2017
- Pluribus Networks Is the Definition of “Software Defined” - November 2, 2017
- First American Title And Viptela: A Story of Resilience - October 4, 2017
- Flexible NFV with Array Networks - August 7, 2017
- Cloud onRamp – Making The Cloud More Local For Your Users - July 26, 2017
- Feeling Your Flow with Plixer - July 19, 2017
- What Are ASICs? A Human Example - July 11, 2017
- Migrating to Healthcare Cloud Apps With Acadia and Viptela - June 5, 2017
- FutureWAN – The SD-WAN Education You Need - May 26, 2017
- Linksys and the Resurgence of the SMB - May 8, 2017