is my copier spying on me

Is My Copier Spying on Me?

Vulnerabilities in IoT As the phrase “Internet of Things” or IoT enters our cultural vernacular, many wonder what this new term means. The Internet of Things Simply put, IoT is the term given to connecting non-traditional devices to a computer network – most notably the Internet. Businesses have been connecting “things” to the network for…

Popcorn Time ransomware

Christmas is for Sharing the “Nasty Way” – WHAT?!?!

Popcorn Time Ransomware   Merry Christmas! Just in time for the holidays, a new piece of ransomware is turning heads in the malware security community, but perhaps not for the reasons you might expect. The freshly discovered Popcorn Time ransomware spins a tale nearly as compelling as the illegal movies streaming on the bittorrent client…

Outdated DR myths worth ousting

We are no longer in the dark ages of Disaster Recovery. With the onset of cloud computing, DR has become more efficient and affordable than ever. Despite this fact, many business owners still cling to their medieval DR mindsets and myths that belong in debates among king Arthur and his knights of the round table.…

What You Can Learn From U.S. Regulator’s Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Recommendations

U.S regulators have recommended that all futures and securities firms review and update their current data backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity solutions. Prompted by closures in the equities and options market in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Regulators including the SEC, FINRA, and the CFTC contacted firms to assess the impact Hurricane Sandy had…