Security/Compliane

Handy Method to Find Internal SSL CA Servers

Handy Method to Find Internal SSL CA Servers From a command prompt in the domain: certutil -config – -ping It’ll return all of the CA servers and you can select one to see if it is responding.

BYOD Security concerns

From Slashdot A Bring Your Own Device policy might save companies money, but a new survey highlights a lack of security procedures for keeping it secure. Some two-thirds of businesses follow some sort of BYOD ...

Not Even NASA’s data is safe!

For those of us who think we are pretty good at keeping our information safe, I would highly suggest you think again. Most leading government organizations have issues on keeping their data secure. Take for ins...

SSL Shopping?

The Internet and the data provided on the Internet have become a primary source for research, news, and shopping for much of today’s society.  But how much of that data is real and how can you be certain your f...

Near Field Communication (NFC)

Something promising that i read up on recently was the concept of Near Field Communication. Essentially near field communication or NFC for short, consists of a close-range radio chip that is in your phone or o...

Symantec Introduces Backup Exec 3600 Appliance

Symantec has recently release a backup exec appliance called the Symantec Backup Exec 3600 Appliance.  Here are some specifications. It is an all-in-one solution pre-packaged with Backup Exec 2010 Includes 5.5...

The Ten Cities With The Highest Online Risks Of Cybercrime In 2012

Symantec, the makers of Norton Antivirus and other products, teamed up with Sperling’s BestPlaces, an independent research firm, to uncover the ten US cities with the highest risk of cybercrime. This was determ...

Unlimited Backup!

Backup’s are extremely critical for individuals and organizations to have in place. One solution I’ve found to be not only extremely cheap and affordable for any user, but also extremely safe and re...

WiFi – Secure? Think Again!

When it comes to WiFi, most would claim their network is secure and that there is little to worry about when it comes to someone in your neighborhood breaking into your network, but what happens when you combin...

The Internet Blackout of 2012

As many of you have probably heard, there are forces of power collaborating over two pieces of legislation, that if passed, could threaten the Internet and all of the vast freedoms we take advantage of. As we a...