Your employees need not be malicious to pose a danger to your enterprise.
Youve protected your network from anonymous black hats. But what about your own employees and contractors?
How you handle the departure of a top IT pro can have an impact on remaining employees and your network.
Fostering a secure environment takes work and money. More than anything, though, it takes commitment by management.
What you do with old computer gear can mean the difference between secure data and no security at all.
eSecurityPlanet Columnist Linda LeBlanc says laptops are the biggest issue in corporate network security. There are ways to lessen the danger, though.
eSecurityPlanet Columnist Linda LeBlanc says IT managers need to carefully analyze the Google Desktop before it goes on any user's machine. Do the rewards outweigh the risks?
eSecurityPlanet columnist Linda LeBlanc says until there's a better way to protect our assets, we have to make the firewall work for us better.
Columnist Linda LeBlanc takes a look at the Top Five threats IT and security managers will be facing in 2006. Are you prepared?
Columnist Linda LeBlanc had her laptop stolen a few weeks ago, and she's still digging out from the mess. But the theft left her with some questions. Who should be notified?
This just proves that it can happen to the best of us. Columnist Linda LeBlanc was pumping gas when someone stole her laptop... and weeks later she's still recovering from it.
Columnist Linda LeBlanc says end users are causing most of their own problems... and IT is to blame.
Columnist Linda LeBlanc says while she's not really a black hat, she can't really call herself a white hat, either. To be a security professional, sometimes you need to be a grey hat.
eSecurityPlanet columnist Linda Leblanc says appliances are easily compromised. These small holes can cause major problems.
eSecurityPlanet columnist Linda LeBlanc recently received two letters and a check. What actually was delivered was a lesson in defending yourself against fraud.
Columnist Linda LeBlanc takes a look at one offer for 'free email virus scanning', and what that free service might actually be costing you.
eSecurityPlanet columnist Linda LeBlanc looks at the little things we do without thinking that put our identities and our networks at risk.
eSecurityPlanet columnist Linda LeBlanc takes a look at the small details that could mean the difference between a secure network and one riddled with holes.
eSecurityPlanet columnist Linda LeBlanc responds to the loads of emails she received last month when she said Microsoft misses the point when it comes to security.
Columnist Linda LeBlanc is having some issues with Bill Gates' claims that security is the top priority for Microsoft. She says for the software giant, it's never been about security... and it still isn't.
Columnist Linda LeBlanc has a confession to make. She's a danger to any PDA she owns. She loses them, sits on them... even drops them in the sewer. What kind of danger is her data -- and her schedule -- in?
Columnist Linda LeBlanc gives advice when system administrator's boss asks for another colleague's password. What's the right thing to do?
Datamation's new columnist, Linda LeBlanc, looks at how safe your information is when you use a wireless access point from a friend's house or coffee shop. You'd never guess who could be snooping.
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