Recent Postings for "Cyber Security" Area of Expertise.
Cybercrime’s annual global cost tops $110 Billion. Hackers’ illicit business is so booming that there are signs of inflation in the hacker-for-hire market. If you own, or am responsible for, even one computer, you owe it to yourself to know.Continue Reading →
The exploding use of employee owned devices in the workplace is fraught with legal uncertainty.Continue Reading →
Forbes magazine recently published a Blog posting about emergency communications and quoted TAL Global General Counsel and Managing Director of Information Security, Larry Dietz.Continue Reading →
Erroll Southers, TAL Global’s Managing Director, Counter-Terrorism & Infrastructure Protection, was interviewed by Mickey McCarter of Homeland Security Magazine for an article titled: Detecting Trouble, about the video surveillance market.Continue Reading →
Mr. Johnathan Tal, TAL Global’s President and CEO, will participate in a Data Security panel discussion, at Stanford University’s Ecommerce Best Practices Conference, Friday, June 28, 2013.Continue Reading →
A 21-year-old British man was sentenced recently to 12 months in jail for hacking into a Facebook account.
As it turns out, Facebook gets a big “Like” from hackers and cyber criminals around the world.
Here are some of the ways criminals use Facebook:Continue Reading →
The following comments and tips should be helpful to customers as they prepare to negotiate with IT vendors, especially with cloud services vendors. TAL Global does not provide legal advice, but we are delighted to work with your General Counsel to assist in the process or help with vendor contract problems.Continue Reading →
Mr. Johnathan Tal, TAL Global’s President and CEO, and the company’s General Counsel and Managing Director, Information Security, Mr. Larry Dietz will both lead Peer2Peer Sessions at the upcoming RSA Conference 2012, February 27 to March 2 the Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA.Continue Reading →
In August we published a commentary on Project Shady Rat, a research project orchestrated by McAfee (now part of Intel). We recently attended a meeting of the Silicon Valley Information Security Association, hosted by McAfee and where the features speaker was Vincent Weather, Sr VP of Engineering & McAfee Labs who previously was a senior research with Symantec.
Vincent had some interesting things to say which I would like to pass along.
Former top Presidential adviser, Richard Clarke, said the United States’ economic system is vulnerable to a retaliatory cyberattack should the United States attack a country such as Iran or North Korea.Continue Reading →
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