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  • Digital ‘Spring Cleaning’ Tips – Part 1

    Part 1 of 3 in the Series — Digital Spring Cleaning
    Unfortunately, end-users are often left out of the conversation when looking for ways to bolster security across the enterprise. A lack of training and education often play a big part in leaving end-users exposed to nasty forms of malware that can infiltrate an operating system and wreak havoc over a corporate network. In fact, a recent study by Trustwave indicates

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  • How Can Financial Institutions Drive Better Risk Assessment?

    Developing a strategic vision for securing online relationships with customers means making security choices that will address today’s requirements and can adapt to help meet tomorrow’s challenges. To realize this vision, it is necessary to carefully assess an institution’s online transactions and the level of risk presented by each type of transaction or user group. Financial institutions are advised to

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  • Who Will Control ICANN?

    Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) manages domain names for websites and email servers. To date, ICANN has been controlled by the U.S Department of Commerce; however, the contract will expire in September 2015. The U.S Department of Commerce has always overseen ICANN, but generally “rubber stamps” their approach. This matches the thought that the Internet should be

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  • Elliptic-Curve Cryptography, Simplified

    Part 2 of 2 in the Series — Zero to 30
    As both standalone and networked computing capabilities continue to grow in-line with Moore’s law, key sizes for the most widely used public-key cryptographic systems have to grow disproportionately fast. This trend makes a switch to elliptic-curve cryptography (ECC) more and more attractive. Unfortunately, ECC has a reputation for being difficult to understand. And this reputation, deserved or not, deters many

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  • Who Will Control ICANN?

    Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) manages domain names for websites and email servers. To date, ICANN has been controlled by the U.S Department of Commerce; however, the contract will expire in September 2015. The U.S Department of Commerce has always overseen ICANN, but generally “rubber stamps” their approach. This matches the thought that the Internet should be

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  • Elliptic-Curve Cryptography, Simplified

    Part 2 of 2 in the Series — Zero to 30
    As both standalone and networked computing capabilities continue to grow in-line with Moore’s law, key sizes for the most widely used public-key cryptographic systems have to grow disproportionately fast. This trend makes a switch to elliptic-curve cryptography (ECC) more and more attractive. Unfortunately, ECC has a reputation for being difficult to understand. And this reputation, deserved or not, deters many

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