IoT, BYOD and clouds contribute to IT complexity and asset management concerns

While it may seem like decades that we’ve been talking about the security concerns of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), cloud implementations, and now the Internet of Things (IoT), a recent eBook authored by analyst firm, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG),…

The robot army is here – the impact of the IoT on DDoS attacks

The Terminator movies series may have jumped the shark with multiple ill-conceived sequels after the nearly flawless second movie, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, but for a sci-fi concept it actually wasn’t so far-fetched or futuristic. There really is a robot…

Three key DDoS findings from the NETSCOUT Threat Intelligence Report

While the seemingly increasing rash of ransomware attacks impacting government organizations and entities has dominated much of the news cycle, there is another threat that is less trendy but equally harmful to government organizations. That threat is the Distributed Denial…

Why leadership is essential for government cybersecurity – a Q&A with ICIT

The federal government is facing a confluence of factors that make defending their networks increasingly difficult at a time when the number and sophistication of the malicious actors attacking them is only increasing. That’s what we heard when we recently…

Why security takes a backseat in IoT devices

The “Internet of Things,” or IOT: we’ve all heard the term, but what does it really mean? More importantly, how do we secure all of these … “things”? First, a stab at defining the term and its components. The term…