Month: June 2015

Is Google Always Listening?

Much to the chagrin of Chrome browser users, Google was accused of eavesdropping on customers this week with a new browser feature that turns on a computer’s microphone and carries out commands that begin with the so-called hotword “OK, Google.”… Read More ›

Wireless As A Weakness

An IT security study sponsored by Fortinet revealed last week that an organization’s wireless network is often its most exposed weakness.  The surveyors interviewed more than 1,490 IT decision makers at organizations with 250 or more employees and found that… Read More ›

Big League Data Breach

Scandals are certainly not new to the sports world, but one team hacking the network of another team? That’s a new one. The St. Louis Cardinals baseball team hacked into the Houston Astros network and stole data on personnel, scouting… Read More ›

Bigger Threats for Smaller Businesses

Small and midsize businesses are increasingly becoming the targets of today’s complex cyber attacks.  Hackers are going local in their efforts to steal credit card information from customers, striking at small businesses with as much frequency as retail giants. Cybercriminals… Read More ›