Security, security, security
James Hoddinott posts, over on the Cloudmark blog, about another arrest associated with hackers infecting machines with a trojan that steals personal information.
There are so many security risks out there, and these messages have been hammered home recently. Home users are at risk from trojans, some spread by spam and some spread by advertising networks. Corporate users are at risk from all of those, but also from spear phishers who set out to infiltrate their business.
We all need to think hard about security. Not just keeping our Windows machines patched, but also thinking about what information we’re sharing and what passwords we’re using and all of the many things that create security.
We’re making some improvements to our security here. What are you doing at home and at work to keep your information, and your customer’s information, secure?