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Mar09, 2017

Are WiFi Enabled Devices Posing a Risk to Your Company’s Security?

By |Ask The Experts, Guest Post|

There will always be a need to have physical security measures in place, no matter how many new technological advancements crop up over the years. However, over the past few years, security concerns have revolved more around cyber security, as compared to the physical. The simple reason behind this is that technological new advancements tend to pose new threats. Do not get me wrong, I am not saying they aren’t beneficial (how would you be [...]

Mar08, 2017

Mind The Gap – Women in STEM

By |Miscellaneous|

Happy International Women’s Day and Happy Women’s History Month! The Security Awareness Company always wants to promote awareness (the word is even in our name). Usually we are promoting awareness to protect you from potential online and physical security risks. But this month we want you to be aware of something else; the incredible women that have help to shape the STEM world. So today we present to you a simple graphic to help you [...]

Mar07, 2017

Women Shaping the Tech Industry

By |Miscellaneous, Security Awareness 101|

Over the past few weeks we have been gathering interviews from women all over the world, in different areas in tech, and with many different skill sets. We asked them questions about their careers thus far, how they arrived to their current position, and what they love about being in the tech/cyber security industry! Since it is Women’s History Month, we also asked about challenges they have faced being a woman, if they’ve [...]

Mar02, 2017

What Is Digital Forensics?

By |Ask The Experts|

You might never guess that a 1.4-megabyte floppy disk could lead the arrest and conviction of a serial killer whose crimes spanned nearly 30 years. But that’s exactly what happened to Dennis Rader. Known as the BTK Killer, Rader was famous for sending detailed letters to police and local news. In February of 2005, Rader used a floppy disk to send his letter, assuming that it couldn’t be traced back to him. The police were [...]

Feb28, 2017

March Madness and Malware

By |Security & Pop Culture|

March Madness is right around the corner! Time to put together your bracket and prepare yourself for any security threats! That’s right, March Madness is another chance for cyber criminals to interfere with your fun and threaten your privacy. Being such a popular event (and one which involves online access and money) March Madness lends itself to being a target for attacks. You’ll mainly need to be on the lookout for phishing scams and malware [...]

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