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Mac OS X Malware at All-Time High, Research Shows

WALTHAM, Mass.—Oct. 14, 2015—Mac OS X malware is at an all-time high, according to a new report from the Bit9® + Carbon Black® Threat Research Team. A 10-week analysis conducted by Bit9 + Carbon Black demonstrated the unprecedented growth in OS X malware. In 2015 alone, the number of OS X malware samples has been […]

Skyhigh for Box Offers Protection from Compromised Accounts and Rogue Insiders

Campbell, Calif. – Sept 29, 2015 – Skyhigh Networks, the cloud security and enablement company, today announced its next-generation audit, compliance and governance capabilities for Box, empowering businesses to connect with customers, partners and employees in a whole new way. Skyhigh for Box delivers actionable insights and management over data without altering the Box end-user […]

  
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    • Don’t let cloud providers kick you off like United April 21, 2017
      As everyone knows, last week a United Airlines passenger was asked to deplane because the airline overbooked and needed his seat for a staff member, then was dragged off the plane by Chicago airport cops when he refused to leave. Yes, the passenger didn’t follow the rules, but the situation ultimately was United’s fault.Believe it […]
    • Your cloud choice: Succeed slowly or fail fast April 18, 2017
      If you want proof that what I’ve been advising for years is true, check out this research on cloud computing from The Register: Planning pays off when it comes to cloud migration and deployments.The Register found that most companies don’t yet have meaningful cloud adoption or have truly embraced the idea of the cloud-first enterprise. The […]
    • Boycott ISPs that abuse privacy, net neutrality April 14, 2017
      After Congress repealed the FCC’s broadband privacy rules two weeks ago, new Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai promised that the personal information they give to their ISPs would continue to be, well, private. Indeed, Pai said that he planned to work with the Federal Trade Commission to police ISPs around privacy issues.However, many believe […]
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