Tag: network security

Tech Time Warp: Prince Philip’s inbox gets hacked

Tech Time Warp: Prince Philip’s inbox gets hacked

Harry and Meghan might grab headlines for their privacy settlements and use of social media, but the younger royals are hardly breaking new ground. You might say they’re just following in the family’s footsteps. In 1985, two hackers were arrested...

/ May 24, 2019
Catch hackers with a honeypot in your security service

Catch hackers with a honeypot in your security service

I once visited an Amish farm where green plastic 2-liter 7-Up bottles dangled from the lower branches of the fruit trees. The bottles were filled about halfway with some sort of liquid. Upon closer inspection, I could see a banana peel...

/ May 15, 2019
Making sense of sensors

Making sense of sensors

From pacemakers, to industrial thermostats, to traffic regulation devices, sensors are becoming as ubiquitous as the human population itself. Experts predict that 1 trillion networked sensors will be transmitting data around the world by 2022, emitting information from the mundane to the meaningful....

/ May 2, 2019
Ask an Expert: Is SD-WAN more than just a buzzword?

Ask an Expert: Is SD-WAN more than just a buzzword?

Q: We keep hearing a lot about SD-WAN but we aren’t really sure why it is important to our IT service business. Are there any specific benefits we can pass unto our customers, or is this just another buzzword in...

/ March 11, 2019