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iOS Malware Accesses Devices through Third-Party App Stores

WireLurker malware has been downloaded on 300,000 devices. While this new threat likely won't infect U.S. users, it shows there's a new breed of iOS attack. Learn more.

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iOS Malware Accesses Devices through Third-Party App Stores

by Max Schleicher 21. November 2014 08:19
WireLurker malware has been downloaded on 300,000 devices. While this new threat likely won't infect U.S. users, it shows there's a new breed of iOS attack. Learn more.
WireLurker malware has been downloaded on 300,000 devices. While this new threat likely won't infect U.S. users, it shows there's a new breed of iOS attack. Learn more. [More]

Why the 31% of Businesses without Cyber Insurance Should Scare You

by Max Schleicher 20. November 2014 08:02
31 percent of businesses don't have Data Breach Insurance, which means they might sue you over breaches they experience. Learn what to teach your clients about cyber risk.
31 percent of businesses don't have Data Breach Insurance, which means they might sue you over breaches they experience. Learn what to teach your clients about cyber risk. [More]

Secure Message Scorecard: How Do Your Favorite Apps Measure Up?

by Max Schleicher 19. November 2014 08:32
The EFF released a secure messaging scorecard to show what apps are doing (and not doing) to secure their messaging. Find out which apps are secure.
The EFF released a secure messaging scorecard to show what apps are doing (and not doing) to secure their messaging. Find out which apps are secure. [More]

The Least Fun Way to Spend that Extra $9,000

by Max Schleicher 18. November 2014 07:36
The average small business cyber attack costs $9,000. Find out how to educate your clients about cyber risk and protect your IT business from a lawsuit.
The average small business cyber attack costs $9,000. Find out how to educate your clients about cyber risk and protect your IT business from a lawsuit. [More]

Should You Have a Data Breach Clause in Your Contracts?

by Max Schleicher 17. November 2014 08:00
Corporate attorneys suggest that tech pros change their IT contracts to define data breaches. Here's how to use your contracts to protect your liability.
Corporate attorneys suggest that tech pros change their IT contracts to define data breaches. Here's how to use your contracts to protect your liability. [More]

Should You Have a Data Breach Clause in Your Contracts?

by Max Schleicher 17. November 2014 08:00
Corporate attorneys suggest that tech pros change their IT contracts to define data breaches. Here's how to use your contracts to protect your liability.
Corporate attorneys suggest that tech pros change their IT contracts to define data breaches. Here's how to use your contracts to protect your liability. [More]

Five Tips for Making It as an IT Business Owner: An Interview with Hardy Martin

by brenna 14. November 2014 08:48
Starting an IT business is full of challenges. Learn some lessons from Hardy Martin on how to run a successful business and where to invest your energy.
Starting an IT business is full of challenges. Learn some lessons from Hardy Martin on how to run a successful business and where to invest your energy. [More]

This Is What We Mean by "Reputational Damage"

by Max Schleicher 13. November 2014 08:03
An Apple Pay competitor was about to introduce its payment service when it was hacked. An untimely data breach can increase an IT professional's liabilities.
An Apple Pay competitor was about to introduce its payment service when it was hacked. An untimely data breach can increase an IT professional's liabilities. [More]

Give This to Your Clients, Cut Your Cyber Exposure

by Max Schleicher 12. November 2014 08:10
IT consultants: distribute this free Customer Educate Packet to clients. It teaches basic data security and helps prevent data breaches and identity theft.
IT consultants: distribute this free Customer Educate Packet to clients. It teaches basic data security and helps prevent data breaches and identity theft. [More]

IT Startups: There Is Such a Thing as Too Much Retirement Savings (For Now, Anyway)

by Leonard Raskin 11. November 2014 07:55
It may not be in your best interest to immediately put aside money for retirement. Learn why you should invest in your tech business’s growth first.
It may not be in your best interest to immediately put aside money for retirement. Learn why you should invest in your tech business’s growth first. [More]

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