Years ago when cybercrime expert Patrick Gray tracked down a hacker, he was just as likely to find a high school kid breaking into networks for kicks than someone with more insidious plans.
Not so anymore, said Gray, who spent 20 years investigating computer crime in the FBI.
Your mom might be behind the next great cyber-attack—and she won’t even know it.
During his keynote address on security at SHARE in Pittsburgh, Robert Andrews, co-founder and chief information security officer for Mainstream Security, detailed the ways criminals are co-opting computers to propagate
What is your greatest IT concern? If you’re like most senior IT leaders, it’s analytics and business insights.
Anyone working in IT is a steward for data—their company’s proprietary information, their personal records and their customers’ data, which, if they lose it, becomes a mammoth strike on their credibility.
My last two blog posts focused on the keynotes for the recent SHARE in Boston conference. And while those were both worthy of coverage, the heart and soul of SHARE’s events are the sessions themselves. A wide range of subjects were covered, each worthwhile. Following are the highlights from a few of