You know, we could ask the same question at many corporate law departments, and also at law firms. “When I came to Google my hypothesis was, what would happen if you really invested in the people?” she said. “And then … Continued
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.