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Social engineering stories from the front lines

Jan. 30, 2015 | GEORGE V. HULME

It's always amazing how little attention social engineering attacks get when discussing enterprise information security risks. After all, it's usually easier to get an unsuspecting employee to click on a link than it is to find an exploitable vulnerability on a reasonably hardened webserver. Social engineering attacks come from many different angles: from targeted e-mails, phone call pretexting, or acting like a service technician or other innocuous person to obtain access to the IT resources and data they seek.

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It's no Twitter, but Plague is an infectious social network

Jan. 30, 2015 | KIRK MCELHEARN

We're used to social networks where we follow people and view what they post: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others depend on each user connecting with others in order for content to be shared. Plague doesn't work like that at all, but it can be addictive despite its limitations.

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Don’t Overpay for Your ERP Solution

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The IDC paper reveals that the continuing costs to keep an ERP system in line with the business changes are costly, disruptive and time consuming. Organizations should consider most importantly the total cost of change when evaluating ERP systems.

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Building A Better Connected World

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Huawei has carried out an assessment of the commitments and progress that various countries and industries have made in bettering their own connection – the Global Connectivity Index (GCI).

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