Confining the Enterprise Wi-Fi Cyber Mess

Posted: December 11, 2016 / Author: Dror Liwer

When companies develop Wi-Fi policies, they factor from the outset that everyone from the top executives down to the newest intern will need internet access in all places and all times, even in-flight. Furthermore, if Wi-Fi is for some reason inaccessible, all smartphones have hotspot options, meaning that Wi-Fi surrounds us like the air we breathe. While this constant internet connectivity is convenient and can be great for business, it is a nightmare for the CISOs and the cyber-security team. What are some of the security risks involved and what should a CISO be looking out for? Numbers Don’t Lie…

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Attended the Rugby World Cup? Now Is the Time to Digitally Disinfect Your Smartphone

Posted: November 1, 2015 / Author: Dror Liwer

Few experiences unite people from around the world as indiscriminately as the Rugby World Cup. Perhaps because like all major sporting events, it’s the ultimate shared experience capable of turning people with very little in common into comrades. Thanks to technology and social media, fans can share their thoughts and reactions in real-time as try-by-try commentary. More than just passive spectators, fans are now active participants in their own game which plays out online one hashtag at a time. The only drawback is that many are unaware of the host of cybersecurity risks this could expose them to. The 2015…

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