We have several clients who have stated that they “need to have all employees’ passwords.” They don’t, and furthermore, after a brief explanation, they realize they don’t want them either. Here’s why.
We recently handled an incident response case where our client was infected by malware which was delivered by email. The client plead ignorance, and asked “how can we tell what is real and what is a virus?” Here’s a quick tip to do just that!
For many small to mid-sized businesses that have their own on-site e-mail server, it is a common practice to use a router and a single public Internet address (the one given to them as part of the basic business-level DSL or cable Internet package) to serve their entire network. Behind this router sits the e-mail […]