This is not as easy as he makes it sound: And then lastly is learning from all these three elements – the user, the device, the least privilege, and adapting your policies. So it’s a constant learning and adapting, changing … Continued
Hidden away in a recently seen blog post about moving to the cloud on Cicayda’s website this week was this little nugget: There is absolutely no reason to keep hiring internal staff for litigation support when we have the team … Continued
Universities are an obvious target for hackers, for some really obvious reasons. Usually you have a relatively inexperienced IT workforce, a risk-unaware user base, and one thing that may come as a surprise to many outside of these environments, an … Continued
“If your IT department isn’t already worried about staff retention, some new stats might change that. A new poll finds 37% of IT pros plan to begin searching for a new employer in 2017, and 26% plan to accept a … Continued
As pledged last week, in my piece on cryptolockers, today I am running a code of best practice to guard against email-related cyber-attacks. The bulk of cyber-defence, in terms of software and server monitoring, is the responsibility of a business’ … Continued
So yeah, we need to talk about this. Not just in IT, in every industry and workplace. 1 in 10 Americans reports suffering from depression. If you have more than 10 people working in your company, there is a very, very good chance that someone there is dealing with depression, and is at risk. They, like me, need help.
As I was sitting in the airport yesterday, I started to notice the number of people complaining about various things about air travel, and thinking to myself that yes, there are plenty of things to complain about, but some of … Continued