Tag: internet

Special Directive on Domain Name System (DNS) Compromise

Last week the USA’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) sent out a directive for all agencies to upgrade their Domain Name System (DNS) security in light of a wave of Iranian hack attempts specifically targeted at compromising DNS. The compromise The Iranian cyber-criminals attempted (it’s unknown if they succeeded), to figure out through DNS records […]

Internet Gratis.

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Internet Storm Center – SANS Internet Storm Center

An excellent post from the Internet Storm Center about a criminal group using the Fiesta exploit kit (EK) to infect Windows computers. Source: Internet Storm Center – SANS Internet Storm Center  

Increased Data Means Increased Storage, Managing Demand

According to SAP, 90 percent of the data in the world has been created in the last two years. The company further estimates that 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created every day as a result of the boom in social networking, the rising number of Internet and smartphone users, and the content being shared online. Meanwhile, in a recent study, Cisco estimates that mobile data traffic will grow at a CAGR of 61 percent from 2013 to 2018

Overcoming Active Directory Group Bloat!

Most Active Directory environments are riddled with a common problem. That problem is group bloat! Group bloat is the concept that too many people have had the opportunity to create groups and they have exercised that opportunity without any control. ​ As a result , the Active Directory environment has too many groups

The Present and Future of Mobile Device Management

When Steve Jobs launched the iPhone in January 2007, it marked the birth of a new era in mobile technologies. The mobile revolution has come a long way since then with enthusiasts now talking about wearables, targeted apps, remote charging, and more. In the next two years, the Internet of Things will make automation a part of daily life.