If you think being a small business makes you less vulnerable, think again. In 2011, 40% of Internet attacks were against companies with less than 500 employees. Only about half of these have a security plan in place. There's more to protecting yourself than installing the latest virus software.
Our experts explain how attacks work to grab credit card data, social security numbers and other sensitive information. And what you need to do to protect your company today when it comes to:
- Issues with cloud and mobile apps
- Using LinkedIn and Facebook
- Resources, like Threat Post and Dark Reading, for learning about the latest threats, and tools like Security Onion
Sharing their expertise is Vern Cole who works with a local law firm in information security and privacy, Mike Hamilton, Chief Information Security Officer for the City of Seattle, and Eric Blank of Blank Law & Technology who joined us by phone at the half to talk about mobile security.
Casual Connect Seattle is taking place this week. It's the premier event for the casual gaming industry.
A couple of brothers, Iain and Gavin McConnon, have created Boxpay, a service designed to help monetize one of the biggest areas for growth in gaming -- mobile. The service gives developers the ability to easily integrate global carrier billing into their games, while giving players a fast and frictionless payment experience.
They started several businesses before creating Boxpay in 2011, and they've got four offices around the world. Hear their story and how a couple of guys from Dublin, Ireland are getting along in this massively competitive space.
Gavin and Iain McConnon of BoxPAY
Tony Lael of Corelytics, Jamison West of Arterian and Mark Sandeno talk about smart websites, keeping track of finances, security, mobile, social media and more.
And who's that peeking in through the window?