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…

Why you should plan for BI wisely

Business Intelligence (BI) software has helped thousands of small and medium-sized businesses around the globe increase profits and improve efficiency. If you think your business will enjoy similar success by simply installing some software you are sorely mistaken. You must plan BI implementation wisely in order to see the results you want. Here are a…

The top 5 ways to avoid getting hacked while visiting Russia (or anywhere, for that matter)

Yesterday (Feb 5 2014) NBC News ran a story claiming that if you bring your mobile phone or laptop to the Sochi Olympics, it’ll immediately be hacked the moment you turn it on. The story was fabricated. After further examination we found that the technical details of the hack didn’t make sense. Really, the exploit…

Dropbox: Taming the Wild West

A modern-day Wild West can be found in the slapdash enterprise use of cloud-based file storage and sharing. But new security technologies puts user-managed security atop those platforms without burdening the IT department with lots of administrative overhead. “Transparent layers of encryption with enterprise-owned and managed private keys can now be implemented on top of…

TOUCH IS IN!

Touch isn’t for the small screen anymore. In addition to Samsung’s earlier release of Samsung Surface, 3M has launched a product into the large format touch marketplace. Their 84” multitouch enabled workspace was simply jaw dropping. With wireless connectivity and simultaneous multiuser capabilities the workspace proves just how important interactive and touch-enabled devices are becoming.…