Jul 12th 2019
This Week in Enterprise Tech 350
DR Plans: Yeah We Got That!
Hosted by Louis Maresca, Curtis Franklin, Heather "Mo" Williams
Eric Dynowski, CTO of ServerCentral Turing Group on cloud migration, disaster recovery, and hybrid cloud.
Records live every Friday at 4:30pm Eastern / 1:30pm Pacific / 20:30 UTC.
Guests: Eric Dynowski
- Wireless Logitech keyboards and mice are vulnerable to attacks
- Employee mobile devices threaten financial firms
- Teach a man to spot a Phish...
- 'Agent Smith' malware infects 25 million Android devices
- The persistence of persistent threats
- Your social media posts help hackers break into your company
- Amazon broadband
- Data center changes push cyber risk to network's edge
- Eric Dynowski, CTO of ServerCentral Turing Group on cloud migration, disaster recovery, and hybrid cloud
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- Logitech keyboards and mice vulnerable to extensive cyber attacks
- Financial Firms Face Threats from Employee Mobile Devices
- How to Catch a Phish: Where Employee Awareness Falls Short
- Chrome has started warning users about lookalike URLs.
- Malicious apps infect 25 million Android devices with 'Agent Smith' malware
- New Ransomware Targets QNAP's Network-Attached Storage Devices
- Persistent Threats Can Last Inside SMB Networks for Years
- I’m a hacker, and here’s how your social media posts help me break into your company
- Amazon plans nationwide broadband—with both home and mobile service
- Data Center Changes Push Cyber Risk to Network's Edge