In the world of private encryption, there are few words more apocalyptic than “I gave away my private key.” It is rule number one of PGP security – never reveal your private key to anyone else. Unfortunately, in a maddening and completely avoidable blunder, the Adobe security team posted their private PGP key publicly on their blog.
If you’re like most computer users, you probably wish that your machine could run faster. If you’re also like most computer users, you probably lack the technical skills and knowledge to accomplish this on your own. Therefore, you might be tempted by one of a number of programs that purport to make your computer run faster with no special skills required.
Has your attack surface increased as you've moved more workloads to the cloud? While moving to the cloud can be a great idea, it can also be a security headache for IT departments who have not increased their security staff to keep up with the demand. All it takes is one data breach to put your organization at risk and endanger the value that moving to cloud brings.
Your network isn't really your network anymore. More specifically, the things you thought of as your network — the boxes with blinking lights, the antennae, the switches, the miles of Cat 5 cable — no longer represent the physical reality of your network in the way that they once did.