Tag Archives: Frank Kenney

Ipswitch’s take on the NASDAQ breach

This week’s NASDAQ data breach has raised serious questions about the security of the US stock exchange and clearinghouses – not to mention further shaken an already fragile investor confidence. My head is spinning just contemplating the possible ramifications if this network breach had resulted in the theft of non-public […]

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The Media Effect On Data Breaches

Let’s do a news recap of yesterday. Some tax legislation was passed, lame-duck Congress, celebrity mishaps, missteps and gossip as usual. Oh and there was also notification of a few data breaches; most notably McDonalds, University of Wisconsin and the Gawker website (the folks that bought a prototype of the iPhone […]

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Cloud’s-Eye View

More than any other question, customers and prospects are asking me: What is the Ipswitch Cloud story? What are you going to do in the Cloud? The Cloud has been the topic of discussion in many Product Management and Research & Development meetings and strategy sessions here at Ipswitch. While […]

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Business Benefits of Managed File Transfer

In my last three blog posts on the Ziff Davis MFT survey, we dove into security and compliance, highlighted other notable strengths such as speed, reliability, scalability and up-time, and looked at some perceived deployment challenges. Today, let’s look at the business benefits of a MFT and how they impact an […]

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The Most Significant Breach of U.S. Military Computers Ever

“A top Pentagon official has confirmed a previously classified incident that he describes as ‘the most significant breach of U.S. military computers ever,’ a 2008 episode in which a foreign intelligence agent used a flash drive to infect computers, including those used by the Central Command in overseeing combat zones […]

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Devine Intervention – Intervening by Getting Caught Stealing Company Cookies

“Please do not send the Sept. and Oct. payment together in one wire transfer. Anything over $10,000 wired could draw too much attention.” Alleged email written by Paul Shim Devine on October 5th, 2007 Is your business-critical information walking out the door? A few months ago Ipswitch conducted a survey […]

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Take 113 Health Care Data Breaches and Call Me in the Morning

“Of the 385 organizations hit with data breaches so far this year, 113 were in health care.” The Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC). Are Dr. Howard, Dr. Fine and Dr. Howard in charge of the health care industries data security? You’ll most likely need 113 aspirin after reading this article […]

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