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The Cost of E-mail

clock March 18, 2014 11:07 by author Madison Ashlee
    Can you imagine working in a world where modern technology no longer exists? All across the globe we’ve become more reliant on the convenience of technology.  Thanks to Skype and a host of other web conferencing tools, we no longer need to have conferences in person.  Because of Google, we no longer need to go to the library to search the encyclopedia. And because of e-mail, we no longer have to run to the mailbox or call someone when we have a question. Today there are over 3.1 billion e-mail accounts worldwide, and that number is expected to grow to 4.1 billi... [More]

Ramifications of Net Neutrality on Web Filtering/Monitoring Industry

clock March 3, 2014 10:00 by author Judy Fran
  The recent U.S. Court of Appeals for D.C. ruling in Verizon Communications v. the FCC may have profound implications for what is now considered Net Neutrality. One of many questions being asked is how this will affect business enterprises that rely on the Internet for its employees and how access usage polices will be enforced. Although the FCC’s 2010 Open Internet Order set out level playing field rules meant to govern Internet providers, Verizon Communications countered by saying that the FCC doesn’t have the authority to regulate the Internet. The court found that broad... [More]

BYOD Policies for the Enterprise in a Changing World of Mobile Device Management and Network Monitoring

clock February 27, 2014 08:10 by author Judy Fran
    Although BYOD is a landscape that is constantly in flux under the feet of businesses and institutions, developing a BYOD policy is a critical first step in stabilizing that ground. Businesses and institutions need to understand that there are many things that they can do to create a strong security policy. This can be accomplished by realizing that there are a number of fundamental policy concepts that can provide a framework that will accommodate the changing landscape. Since employees desire to use all manner of mobile devices in the workplace, security is the primary concer... [More]

Valentines Special

clock February 14, 2014 12:37 by author Judy Fran
Pearl Software is showing the love this weekend with a 20% discount on licenses.  Discount will be applied to all orders and quotations requested through Monday, February 17th. Please mention coupon code "Valentine" when ordering or requesting pricing.

Cybersecurity Market Growth Expected to Reach $120.1 Billion by 2017

clock February 13, 2014 08:54 by author Judy Fran
  Every day seems to bring some new threat or incursion that costs businesses, corporations and institutions money in the form of customers, reputation and data. As technology becomes more sophisticated along with the threats that exploit new vulnerabilities, the world’s businesses, corporations and institutions are straining to keep pace. According to a new market research report from U.S.-based global market research and consulting company MarketsandMarkets, the cyber security market is expected to reach $120.1 billion by 2017. Although spending on cybersecurity is rapidly advan... [More]

Pay Per Click Advertisers - Recent Yahoo Advert Infection Could Mean Trouble

clock February 12, 2014 08:53 by author Dave Fertell
  Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE The recent malware infection of Adverts on Yahoo's homepage affecting more than two million PC’s across Europe and some potential incursion into U.S. territory was the latest reminder of advertising network vulnerabilities. Of course, the story was everywhere that the malware infection was designed to mine the Bitcoin virtual currency turning computers into Bitcoin mining... [More]

Israeli Government Proposes that ISPs Provide Free Internet Filtering Software to all Customers

clock January 31, 2014 10:00 by author Judy Fran
  According to an Israeli National News article, the Israeli government recently held a vote to pass a law requiring the State’s ISPs to provide their customers with free Internet filtering programs and education on how to use them. A little digging into Israel’s relationship with the Internet shows that this appears to be just the latest addition to their search for a workable overall Internet policy that balances openness, security and choice. Like many countries around the world, Israel has a complicated history when it comes to the Internet and Internet filtering. For ex... [More]

Potential Effects of Google Glass and Other New Technologies on BYOD Security and Policy

clock January 29, 2014 15:36 by author Judy Fran
Clearly, there is no putting the BYOD genie back in the bottle as far as employees and businesses are concerned. Mobility products such as tablets, smartphones, laptops and other connected devices are already a major security and policy concern for businesses and corporations that are adopting BYOD, even with mobile monitoring software in place. As most businesses struggle with the current crop of mobile technology, the era of wearable technology like Google Glass and Smart watches will have an almost immediate effect on BYOD. Both Google Glass and Smart watches are wearable devices that can ... [More]

Internet Censorship on the Rise

clock January 22, 2014 10:00 by author Judy Fran
While the U.S. has always placed the burden of Web filtering on end users, governments around the world are increasingly censoring Internet use in varied forms. Currently, more than 44 countries implement some form of filtering or censorship of the Internet. The 2013 Freedom House Report entitled “Freedom on the Net 2013” provides details on how these and other countries are engaging in Web filtering or blatant forms of Internet censorship. As Internet censorship grows around the world, it contrasts the United States’ general approach to let end users utilize commercially av... [More]

Some Internet Monitoring Systems are Sophisticated Enough to Track what People Don’t Say

clock January 20, 2014 10:00 by author Dave Fertell
With Facebook studying the instances of users that type messages and posts that they do not send, the sophistication of Internet monitoring has grown from being able to monitor what we say to what we don’t say. While Internet monitoring software has become quite sophisticated, Facebook has upped the ante by tracking what its users do not say. As part of a recent study, the social media giant began collecting and analyzing the data of users that typed messages that they did not send. By doing so, the company has learned a great deal about how its users self-censor themselves. Facebook s... [More]

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