Company Computers At Home as Reverse BYOD

For decades cyber security professionals have been addressing the issues of employees bringing their own devices to work. Called BYOD for “Bring Your Own Device”, IT departments have dealt with employee phones, tablets, and laptops. When an employee brings a device to a workplace there are many potential issues. For instance, does that device have […]
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What you Need to Know About WebRTC and IP Address Leaks

I’ve been working on a contract recently that requires end-to-end communication between two PCs. Each PC could be behind a firewall or NAT router and the client does not want to require users to have to install software on their PCs. While looking at solutions I came across the WebRTC API. WebRTC (the RTC is […]
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Linux Scores Highest in UK Government Security Assessment

As we discuss in Learning Tree’s Cloud Security Essentials course, the cloud is based on open-source technology including Linux, and cloud customers use Linux more than any other operating system. Now a major report makes that look like a good trend for security reasons. The Communications — Electronics Security Group or CESG is a group […]
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New course on Protecting Your Perimeter

I spoke earlier this week to the author of Learning Tree’s new course (2010) Defending The Perimeter From Cyberattacks: Hands-On, Adrian Brian. Adrian and I have been friends for many years and when he told me he had just written this new course, I wanted to share it with you right away. This course addresses […]
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