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Hidden Culprits: Protecting enterprises against physical data theft

Another day, another data breach at a major corporation – and, while a lot of these breaches are the result of malware and the activity of cybercriminals, you might be surprised to learn that stolen laptops and the loss of physical data are other key culprits. Most large enterprises are equipped with advanced security software and have IT teams dedicated to ensuring that their business data is … [Read more...]

What are SFTP Servers?

A typical file transfer server helps transfer files server-to-server or client-to-server, and SFTP servers are a more protected version: they encrypt data to keep sensitive information secure while moving files, and some have the added bonus of encrypting files at rest. SFTP servers use a single data channel in which login credentials as well as files are encrypted – because both authentication … [Read more...]

Which is Better? – AS2 vs. AS4

AS2 and AS4 are both popular file transfer protocols that allow businesses to exchange data securely with their business partners. However, what is the difference between them, and which of the two is better? Read more here Source:goanywhere.com/blog … [Read more...]

WEF: Cyber-Attacks Are Biggest Business Risk in Europe and US

Cyber-attacks remained the biggest perceived risk of doing business for executives in North America and Europe, and second globally, according to an annual World Economic Forum (WEF) report published yesterday. Compiled from the responses of over 12,900 executives in 133 countries, the Regional Risks for Doing Business 2019 report outlines “the five global risks that you believe to be … [Read more...]

All about malware

You know how every year the medical community campaigns for everyone to get a flu shot? That’s because flu outbreaks typically have a season—a time of year when they start spreading and infecting people. In contrast, there are no predictable seasonal infections for PCs, smartphones, tablets, and enterprise networks. For them, it’s always flu season. But instead of suffering chills and body … [Read more...]

Cyber Security Trends – 2019

Every year, cyber attacks on both business and individuals seem to break new ground. And in 2019, with threat vectors growing and cybercriminals leveraging new hacking tools and techniques, IT security departments will have their work cut out for them. The good news is that the field of cyber security is rising to the challenge and will put up a noble fight in the coming year.  Below you … [Read more...]

6 Reasons We Make Bad Decisions, and What to Do About Them

Research has shown that that the typical person makes about 2,000 decisions every waking hour. Most decisions are minor and we make them instinctively or automatically — what to wear to work in the morning, whether to eat lunch now or in ten minutes, etc. But many of the decisions we make throughout the day take real thought, and have serious consequences. Consistently making good decisions is … [Read more...]

3 Questions Hiring Managers Want You to Answer

Interviews have an outsize influence on whether you land the job you want. Even though your application materials reflect your lifetime of experience, a few hours of interaction with a recruiting team often ends up being the determining factor in whether you actually get hired. So, clearly you need to stand out. Read more here Source: hbr.org … [Read more...]

How to Stop Worrying About What Other People Think of You

If you want to be your best and perform at a high level, fear of people’s opinions may be holding you back. Think about a time when you were extremely anxious — say, before standing up to publicly speak, raising your hand in a big meeting, or even walking through a room of strangers. The reason you felt small and scared and tense is you were worried about social disapproval. Read more … [Read more...]

Why We Don’t Ask for More Time on Deadlines (But Probably Should)

Deadlines are one of the biggest sources of stress in the workplace. Yet, many are flexible: Your manager might ask you to submit a proposal for a long-term project by Friday, but not plan to look at it until Tuesday. Could asking for more time (when we need it) be a simple way to avoid feeling panicked and overwhelmed? While it’s common to believe that pushing back a deadline might reflect … [Read more...]