Throughout the 1990’s we saw vastly increased engineering being applied to sports, mostly in the development of shoes, clothing and equipment – everything from ice skates to bikes and even golf balls. But among all the bling of bubbles and pumps in shoes and aerodynamic helmets and balls, another transformation was taking place, the democratization … More Sports data for ransom – it’s not all just fun and games anymore
It’s never too soon to plan for what will happen to your digital presence after you pass away. Forgive me for writing about what may seem, at first glance, like a sensitive topic while many parts of the world continue to struggle with the COVID-19 pandemic. I, like many people, use the internet as a … More How to prepare and protect your digital legacy
The price tag is higher if the incident exposed customer data or if it was the result of a malicious attack, an annual IBM study finds. The average cost of a data breach has declined by 1.5% year-over-year, costing companies US$3.86 million per incident, according to IBM’s 2020 Cost of a Data Breach Report. The annual … More What is the cost of a data breach?
With a managed network in place in tier two, a lot has been done to secure your endpoints from attack. However, some businesses will need to assess whether the protection that has been achieved thus far is adequate to safeguard business data that has critical value, or is highly sensitive or highly regulated. In the third … More Positioning your cybersecurity investment for a remote workforce: Tier 3 – Tailor-fit protection for specific business use cases
The going prices are lower than you probably think – your credit card details, for example, can sell for a few bucks. It’s no news that the dark web is rife with offers of stolen data that ranges from pilfered credit card information and hijacked payment services accounts to hacked social media accounts. Anyone interested … More How much is your personal data worth on the dark web?