How organizations can survive the ransomware battle

Imagine coming home to find that you’ve been robbed of all your personal belongings, private memorabilia and everything you hold...

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Protect your business with an effective storage and backup strategy

In a perfect world, enterprises wouldn’t have to worry about computer failure, natural disasters and losing valuable information that could...

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Under the hood

Under the hood

Solving the challenges of network and data security are complex. IT World Canada took a test drive of Jolera’s solutions...

January 11th, 2017 IT World Canada Team

Canadians hit by MongoDB ransomware attacks

Almost 230 MongoDB databases in Canada that face the Internet are among the estimated 27,000 poorly-configured databases that have been...

January 10th, 2017 Howard Solomon

ransomware, blackmail

New versions of ransomware discovered

Ransomware has a great advantage for criminals over other forms of cyber plunder: It's fast, and and it works. Forget about...

January 5th, 2017 Howard Solomon

Top IT security leaders (and one IoT hacker) reflect on this year’s biggest threats – and what to do next

Security isn’t getting any easier. In the past year, there were more reports than ever before of businesses that were...

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Passing the Keys

The 5 Keys to Choosing the Right Cloud Security Gateway Provider in 2017

As 2017 approaches, companies realize that the migration of workloads and data to the cloud is no longer a question;...

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Yahoo hack of 1 billion accounts is biggest data breach ever

Just a few months after announcing that in 2014 500 million accounts were hacked, Yahoo Inc. is at it again,...

December 15th, 2016 Alex Radu

Cyber security

The Ultimate Security Guide: Advice from top leaders in IT security

Security isn’t getting any easier. In the past year, there were more reports than ever before of businesses that were...

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