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I need a solution I have 4 weeks now trying to someone from symantec contact me in order to provided me a quote for pgp command line 9.9 build 110 - 12 C.P.U. license for a windows 2008 ...
Forum Discussion by Javier Mendoza | 02 May 2013 | 6 comments
I need a solution Recently my company move the virtual server running the PGP command line software to a new location resulting in a new IP but retaining the same DNS name.  When I try ...
Forum Discussion by jamatevey | 01 May 2013 | 2 comments
Let’s face it users cannot be trusted to know their entire password, I am not talking about the user that writes down their passwords on sticky notes the bad guys would need physical access to actually access those. What I am really speaking to how ...
Blog Entry by Joseph.Rogalski | 29 Apr 2013 | 9 comments
WordPress is the most commonly used blogging platform. It is easy to install and has a great ecosystem of plugins and enhancements that extend its capabilities beyond simply posting pictures of your cats. Unfortunately, millions of inexperienced users ...
Blog Entry by uuallan | 23 Apr 2013 | 0 comments
I’m optimistic on the current trends in security. The concepts of “intelligence” and “big data” have to potential to shift focus to counter the current threat landscape of intentional attacks to steal or destroy valuable information. Additional focus on ...
Blog Entry by PaulTobia | 18 Apr 2013 | 0 comments
One of the biggest problems information security encounters is either the perception or reality of slowing down the business. I’ve encountered this myself in my career.  One of the ways I dealt with this problem is through an effective use of the risk ...
Blog Entry by Phil Harris | 16 Apr 2013 | 0 comments
I need a solution Hello..., I have a server that ran an older version of the PGP software, and now migrating the scripts that use the PGP CommandLine to a new, Windows 2008 Server.  ...
Forum Discussion by BeachedNLA | 15 Apr 2013 | 8 comments
Recently, there have been a string of high profile compromises attacking both could based services, a cloud based note taking site, a fast food companies Twitter account, as well as corporations and individuals.  A well known technology writer had his ...
Blog Entry by Joseph.Rogalski | 08 Apr 2013 | 3 comments
Is it naïve of us to think we can ever be perfectly secure? Whether it’s physically or digitally there is always a risk that something bad is going to happen. To protect ourselves physically we install alarms, locks, buy safe cars, have automatic lights, ...
Blog Entry by Robert Shaker | 03 Apr 2013 | 2 comments
This was my second year at the RSA Conference. It was interesting to come back as a "veteran" to the largest security conference (24k attendees according to rumor). I consider myself a veteran since I didn't really see differences between ...
Blog Entry by PaulTobia | 01 Apr 2013 | 0 comments