Monthly Archives: April 2014

Connecting the dots…. Protecting your company from insider threats

If you think about the impact that technology has had on your business, you’ll undoubtedly agree that it has had a beneficial impact ultimately resulting in increased revenue. There are countless success stories on how businesses have used technology to expand into new markets or develop new products. Let’s talk about the dark side and…
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Clicking ‘Like’ can cancel your right to sue a company

Want to save 50 cents on your cereal? Better watch out. Downloading that coupon or even clicking "Like" on the cereal maker's Facebook page could cost you the right to sue the company, given the direction US companies are taking. How did that come about? As the New York Times reports, the US Fortune 500…
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KKR Adds Cyber-Risk Score to Its Assessment of Companies – Businessweek

How important is cybersecurity to investors? The private equity firm KKR (KKR) just provided its own answer to that, adding a cyber-risk score to its assessment of the companies in its portfolio. About a year ago, KKR officials decided they needed to find a way to understand the current state of security at the companies they were invested…
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FCC chairman regrets that AT&T and Verizon control the best spectrum

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler today provided an update on next year’s auction of broadcast TV spectrum to wireless carriers and said that having two national carriers control the best spectrum is harmful to competition. “Spectrum below 1 GHz—such as the Incentive Auction spectrum—has physical properties that increase the reach of mobile networks over long distances,”…
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More Than Standard Wi-Fi

At least as far back as 2010, analyst firms and industry experts were anticipating the number of connected devices would pass 20 billion by the year 2020. As some types of connected devices become ubiquitous—and as more types of devices become connected—it remains clear: end users need fast, reliable networks and well-performing devices. Last week,…
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