Where do your backup tapes go to die?

Drum full of backup tapes The trade press is filled with stories about companies getting into big regulatory trouble over lost backup tapes . The tricky part is that usually, one reason companies use backup tapes is the ability to archive backup tapes off-site for extended periods of time. Terabytes by […] Source: http://www.forbes.com

December 4, 2012

The Slumlord Approach to Network Security

The “Section 8 Bible”, a must read book for aspiring landlords, introduces a simple rule to deal with broken equipment in the apartment: If law does not require it, remove it. Don’t fix it. For example, interior doors are not necessarily required and can be removed. Network security professionals frequently […] Source: http://www.forbes.com

August 29, 2012

Why we need IPv6 now and what it means for network security

Thomas Edison, in 1882, opened a power station on Pearl Street in New York city to supply the densely populated Manhattan island with DC power . DC was the logical power distribution standard at the time. Easily generated and safely distributed across the limited geographic area it was intended to […] Source: http://www.forbes.com

June 5, 2012