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Your Construction Workforce – Your Biggest Cyber Risk and First Line of Defense

With the growth of cyber-related crime at an unprecedented high, it’s clear that no organization is completely immune. Many industries are falling behind in their appreciation of cyber losses. While digitalization is a common feature of boardroom discussions, confusion remains … Continue reading →

Privacy mindfulness in the “Internet of Everything” age

Personal information is being exposed in more places, through more “things” and to more people every day, creating new risks for people, businesses, health care organizations, governments and society as a whole. Continue reading →

Wearable tech: Consumer toy or business tool?

From fashion designers to tech players like Google and Snap, companies are exploring opportunities in the wearable tech market in a bid to replicate Fitbit’s success by adding new revenue and data streams to their businesses. This will help drive … Continue reading →

Gaming Gets Serious on Addressing Online Dual Threats of Cyber-Attacks and Piracy

Within the world of game console systems, piracy is an ever-present threat and the potential consequences of a cyber-attack have spiraled upward, now that online gaming services have become an inextricable part of modern game consoles. Continue reading →

The Email has Gone. But Who’s it Gone to?

We all know (or think we know) about the dangers of hitting the send button on emails, but now there’s a new threat. Continue reading →

Are Smartphones Secure Enough for All We Do With Them?

The multi-faceted smartphone has become the “go-to” communications device for individuals and businesses. But, as its portability and growing versatility make it a virtually indispensible part of our work and social lives, users will need to familiarize themselves with the … Continue reading →

Your Boss is Monitoring Your Work Emails – And May be Required to Act on Them

Monitoring Employee

Courts have generally treated a firm’s computers and information, or communication stored on them, as the employer’s property. It was therefore somewhat perplexing to see the apparent surprise and consternation at the news that a major American university had accessed … Continue reading →

SPOTLIGHT ON CYBER: Is Any Industry Safe?

World Cyber Risk

It may be time to add a new item to life’s certainties: Death, Taxes and Hackers. Our interconnected, online world continues to push the envelope of productivity and convenience, while at the same time decreasing privacy and security. Our special … Continue reading →