FRII’s data center
When considering a data center, there are many different factors that should be considered that tailor to the unique needs of any business. Decisions should be made on whether or not a specific data center meets your business needs, as not all data centers are right for all needs.
Read on to learn how to choose the right data center?
Privacy of personal information is a contentious issue. In a day and age when people share more information about themselves than ever before, intentionally or not, there is an intrinsic value in privacy that we cannot forsake.
Data Privacy and anonymity afford us protection, ensuring certain information cannot be used to harm us.
Data Privacy protects our bank accounts from being robbed and safeguards our health and welfare from the eyes of those who would target us among the masses.
Do you know how to tell a legitimate email from a targeted phishing attack?
Phishing scams try to “hook” you into believing they come from legitimate businesses so that you’ll reveal personal or secure information.
Sometimes it’s not easy to tell what’s real and what isn’t, even for the most sophisticated email user. This article will help you or someone you care about learn what to look for so that your information stays safe.
Within the past few years, there’s been an increase in the ability of the average email user to detect and delete spam. This has not gone unnoticed, particularly by the spammers who have a direct financial interest in obtaining our confidential information. Because of this, the percentage of people who respond to spam has remarkably decreased. Now, though, we’re seeing an increase in the type of targeted spam known as phishing. We’ve entered the next evolution of email scams, and things are just heating up.
Popular web comic xkcd shows why most people’s hard to remember passwords aren’t very safe. Click image for full size. (license here)
Many people have trouble with passwords. And since the discovery of the Heartbleed bug, there’s a lot of frustration as people are asked to change their passwords on multiple sites. I think that most of this frustration stems from the habit we, as an Internet society, have of creating hard to remember passwords. And because we create hard to remember passwords, we tend to use tricks to help us — and these tricks make them easier to be cracked.
So here’s a list of things a lot of us do, but shouldn’t, along with things most of us don’t do, but probably should. These should make your passwords more secure and easier to remember.
This is part two of our look at whether or not we can trust the cloud. My last post, about service reliability in the cloud, concluded that you can. But what about the issue of data security? Can you trust the cloud to keep your data secure?