Wearable Tech – How Secure is Your Data?
Symantec, the global leader in CyberSecurity, penned a whitepaper discussing the security holes that using “wearable tech”, like a Fitbit, MapMyRun, etc. can leave users vulnerable to. These devices are designed to be user-friendly, but not necessarily secure. A compromised device could allow a wearer to be tracked by the low frequency Bluetooth signal it emits. Symantec easily built a handheld tracker device for under $100 that successfully tracked individuals without their knowledge.
Protect yourself by learning more about your devices, what data they track, and what security measures the manufacturers have built-in.
Watch the Symantec TV clip here
Read the Symantec White Paper here
HP’s Helion Public Cloud is Out; Azure is In
As HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise) has been eluding to for the past month, their Helion Public Cloud service is being discontinued. Replacing that service, is a new reciprocal partnership between HPE and Microsoft; HPE’s preferred partner for Hybrid Cloud services is officially Microsoft Azure, and Microsoft’s preferred infrastructure partner for their Hybrid Cloud services is HPE.
With this announcement, HPE has released a new hardware appliance, the HPE Hyper Converged 250 for Microsoft CPS Standard. This pre-configured appliance is purpose-built for virtualization and flexible expansion, and comes with Windows Azure Pack pre-installed.
Seminars and Events:
This annual conference, held by The Warren Group, is specifically tailored for banking professionals in Connecticut and the surrounding area. If you are in the banking industry, don’t miss this event!
Register with our code (CTCOMBW16) to take 50% off the standard fee!
Friday, January 15, 2016
8:00 AM – 2:45 PM