Security vs. Productivity in the Workplace

Conventional wisdom has always told us that when it comes to deciding what users should be allowed to do, the correct choice would be to allow access only to what they need to do, or more accurately, to allow the least they can get away with. While this holds true to a certain point, it […]

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Computer Security in the News

Viruses, Trojans, worms, spyware, malware, rootkits, phishing, botnets, cross-site scripting, vulnerabilities… the list of buzzwords goes on. These words all mean something to us in the security arena, but for the general public they’re just  indistinguishable words that geeks use. Every few months, some new threat sparks up in the news and every other journalist […]

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