As the weather gets warmer and Spring fever strikes, your employees’ thoughts will wander far from security. So, how do you keep them focused?
Cyber Spying, Classified Leaks Top U.S. Threats. Spy agencies recently ranked cybersecurity and the danger from foreign spies and leaks ahead of terrorism in an annual assessment of top U.S. threats.
Feds Easy Hacker Target. Government agenices are often failing to implement even the most basic deterrents that would boost their cybersecurity efforts, a new Senate report says..
Defense Worker Tried to Smuggle F-35 Secrets. An engineer from a major American defense contractor tried to smuggle thousands of secret documents, including blueprints, on the multi-billion-dollar F-35 stealth fighter to Iran.
Spring Cleaning: Your Security Checklist. Spring cleaning your computer and your digital world? Here are some timely tips to get your security up to speed.
Social Media: 4 Ways to Protect Yourself. Social media sites are fun, but they’re one of the worst culprits when it comes to identity fraud and workplace trouble.
Mini Case Study: Former Spy Chief Gets Lesson. Operational security, OPSEC, entails guarding information to ensure that secret or sensitive operations remain that way. But on a recent train ride, former NSA director Michael Hayden learned an embarrassing lesson.
Report: Identity Theft Continues to Claim More Victims. In the U.S., there is a new victim of identity fraud every two seconds. With all this theft around, employees would be well advised to increase their efforts to stay safe with these timely tips.
You Shared What? Dangers of Password, File Sharing. Recent revelations that former NSA analyst Edward Snowden convinced his colleagues to share passwords so he could access classified files has put the insider threat back at the top of the security agenda.