By Scott Schober, Guest Blogger
Every person has a unique footprint. Each foot has a unique set of ridges that make one person’s distinct from another. When a person walks in the sand, a unique impression is embedded into the …Read more
Are you GDPR compliant? It’s not too late to start developing and implementing your GDPR compliance strategy. We can now say that the compliance deadline of May 25, 2018 is less than a year away, so there is no time …Read more
Hackers are going after schools, the paychecks of teachers and staff, and the personally identifiable information (PII) of students. IT decision makers at every school need to ensure that their environments include comprehensive, multi-layered security, to protect that PII and …Read more
On Wednesday, Nov. 8, the Ivanti Security Summit will take place in Seattle. The theme of the event is Cybersecurity for Today’s Extreme Threats. And in partnership with global advisory powerhouse The Chertoff Group, we’ve put together an “A” …Read more
According to Smithsonian.com, America’s first known ransom kidnapping notes were sent in 1874 to dry-goods merchant Christian Ross in Philadephia, Pennsylvania.
Two of Ross’s sons—Charles Brewster, age 4, and Walter, age 5—were snatched from their family’s front yard in northwest …Read more
Earlier this year, we began hearing reports of a massive ransomware attack sweeping dozens of countries with individual attacks in the tens of thousands. Investigations took place and there’s an ominous thought emerging from this threat: