(Image courtesy Reiner Schneeberger.) There’s a lot of OpenSim stuff out there. Last year, for example, there were 380 different […]
Network security is an around-the-clock battle. Agency cybersecurity teams are left with skeleton staff, and many furloughed security experts may not come back.
My first piece of fiction, Krim Times, is up, under the pen name “Terry Anders.” You can read it free […]
Ransomware is getting smarter, attacking backups to prevent recovery. Prevent this from happening by taking a few simple steps.
Despite a recent decline in attacks, ransomware still poses significant threats to enterprises, as the attacks against several major newspapers […]
Kitely Welcome Center central landing area. (Snapshot by Maria Korolov.) Kitely rolled out their new private grid service yesterday, […]
Kitely is now offering private grids for organizations, the company announced today. (Image courtesy Kitely.) For more information, check out […]
“Quantum-proof” encryption algorithms won’t be entirely quantum-proof. Quantum key distribution networks could be the answer.
1,000 Gloebits (about US $5) per month for a standard region on the hypergrid-enabled AnonGrid. Free land and varregions also […]
A group that claims to be affiliated with the Anonymous hacktivist collective announced the launch of a new OpenSim grid […]
From data center monitoring to connected kegerators, sensors, internet of things projects are inching their way into IT departments, reaping efficiencies, increasing security, and bringing teams together.
Moving data and processes to the cloud presents challenges for enterprise SOCs. Here’s how the industry and business are finding new ways to collect, monitor and analyze cloud-based security data.
Private-sector cybersecurity professionals say failure to follow basic security guidelines greatly weakens national security.
US $8 per month for a private server, recommended for up to four 100,000-prim regions and up to 15 simultaneous visitors, […]
Workplace AI: Emerging technologies, ethical questions