Tag Archives: Ipswitch

Email – Rethinking how files get shared

Email is the world’s collaborative tool and is the electronic ‘sending’ system of choice between people, both within and across organizations. While the capabilities of transferring files via email hasn’t improved much in the past 10 years, the size and sensitivity of files has multiplied ten-fold. Email usage is ungoverned […]

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Good Morning! You’ve Been Breached!

In my many travels visiting customers and IT professionals around the world, I ask a simple question, “What do you do when you have to send a file to someone that’s just too big?”  They ask me how big is big?  I say too big for your email or even […]

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Ipswitch ranked #2 for “Best Places to Work” by Boston Business Journal

The Boston Business Journal recently honored the 75 best places to work in Boston. Ipswitch was ranked #2 in the medium sized company category.  Woot woot! We’re a company of approximately 300 extremely talented, motivated and productive employees who really care about our solutions, our customers and our success in […]

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Cloud security is the new great debate

Last week I ranted a bit about the importance of governing your cloud vendors.  At about the same time, Ipswitch’s Frank Kenney participated in a panel discussion on cloud security at the Interop conference in Las Vegas. As you know, there is great debate over whether cloud services are secure […]

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Sony data breach biggest ever; Lawsuit filed

Last week’s Sony data breach shattered TJX’s longstanding record for the largest customer data theft ever, a dubious honor that TJX has held since 2007. The massive Sony breach leaves millions and millions of credit cards at risk.  Details still aren’t clear yet, but the Sony breach *may* have included […]

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Takeaways from Verizon’s 2011 Data Breach Investigations Report

Many thanks to the Verizon RISK Team (along with the U.S. Secret Service and the Dutch High Tech Crime Unit) for publishing their 7th annual analysis of data breaches.  Compromised data continues to plague organizations worldwide, and studies like the 2011 Data Breach Investigations Report can help us all avoid […]

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Epsilon breach affects millions of people, including me.

I, like many others, have received security notifications about the Epsilon data breach.  In the last 48-hours I have been sent email warnings from 8 companies that I trusted with my personal information – Banks, retailers and hotels. These companies entrusted my private contact information to Epsilon, a 3rd party […]

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