“If ignorance is bliss, there should be more happy people.” ― Victor Cousin. And if the data in the recent Websense/Ponemon report is true, there should be a lot more happy people in IT security. It is not a pretty picture. Here are some examples of the key findings of the 4,881 IT and IT … Continue reading The Buck Stops There: Who is Ultimately Responsible for a Security Breach?
Every large company or organization should have at least one member of its IT department responsible for regularly monitoring actions on the deep web. Such monitoring could save a company millions of dollars. Here’s why. First of all, the more employees you have, the more potential problems you have. Some employees may feel they are … Continue reading The Deep Web Part III: Why Visiting the Deep Web Can Save Your Company or Organization Millions