Wearable technology, especially Smartwatches, including the Apple Watch, the Samsung Gear, and the Microsoft Band, are all the rage and are expected to become even more popular over the coming years. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), 2015 will see as many as 72.1 million wearables shipped. They are popular and fashionable, but do they leave your network open to potential security breaches?
Have you noticed? The largest US Based Cyber-Security Hacks in recent years have all come up on the “vastly over-rated” AT&T Network? According to sources close to the investigation say that would just be a matter of fact. Not much satisfaction to the “infected” but here’s what AT&T says: https://www.csid.com/attcustomercare/
Big data breaches have been making headlines more and more frequently. It was announced last week that the computer systems at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management had been breached. This is the second computer break-in in the past year for the agency. An estimated four million current and former federal employee records may have been compromised.
US ProTech named to the RSA Top-20 List of Security Solutions providers for 2015! Read the article published by CIO Review magazine about US ProTech’s CEO and founder, Jonathan Goetsch. To view the entire magazine, click here and read: New Tools That Demystify IT Security and Measurably Quantify Risk, by Goetsch.
It’s a moment every business owner dreads. A message appears on your organization’s computer screen alerting you that your files have been encrypted and the only way to access them is by paying a ransom. Security threats to computers and mobile phones have grown more sophisticated around the globe in the past few years.