IoT: Securing the Unknown

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Today’s blog is brought to you by Matt Dehond.  Matt has been a part of Brite’s security team for 2 years.   Technology is an ever-changing field. The world has become more and more dependent on technology to get us through our daily tasks. While this has made life easier for most people and businesses, it also creates… Read more »

Rochester Security Summit: Stephen Johnson, Check Point

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We’re less than a week away from the Rochester Security Summit! The theme of this year’s event? The Right to Privacy: Balancing Privacy and Security. Speakers include cyber security experts from various verticals, who will all touch on the latest trends in security and how organizations balance privacy and security of data. Speaking at this year’s event is Stephen… Read more »

Guest Registration Affects Endpoint Security

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“You are the company you keep.” We’ve all heard the expression before, and it’s a phrase that originated from Bible scripture. The message is simple: Be careful who you surround yourself with, because they will shape you into who you are. It’s a message that carries over well to the data-protection and cyber-security world that we live… Read more »

Growing Threats of Bring Your Own Devices

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Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) concerns are growing as employees are using their personal devices in the workplace.  Previously, it was uncommon for someone to use a non-office appointed device, but now, according to a recent Ovum survey, nearly 70% of employees use personal devices in the workplace, while one third of this group are… Read more »

More Things Means More Security

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“We need to empower computers with their own means of gathering information, so they can see, hear and smell the world for themselves, in all its random glory. RFID and sensor technology enable computers to observe, identify and understand the world—without the limitations of human-entered data.” With that statement by Kevin Ashton from the RFID Journal, the… Read more »

7 Tips for BYOD

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The growing demand for a network access control (NAC) solution is significantly fueled by the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon. A few years ago, the use of personal devices in the office was a rare occurrence. Lately, employees have become more in favor of using personal devices. According to a recent survey from Ovum,… Read more »

BYOD: Network Access Control

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In today’s world a large percentage of the devices connected to company networks are unknown to administrators. This trend is growing as the number of mobile devices in the workplace grows and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies become the norm. A concern with BYOD policies is that the devices are not the property of… Read more »