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Another Crafty Phishing Attack Example

By Michael Hall, Chief Information Security Officer We like to keep you informed any time we come across a new scam or hack that may result in data loss or data theft. We’ve recently seen a new type of phishing email that is quickly becoming very common. This spoof email looks to be a locked … Continue reading Another Crafty Phishing Attack Example

March 26–29: Securing Student Information

Monterey, CA • March 26–29 California Community College Chief Information Systems Officers Association (CISOA) and California Community College Banner Group (3CBG) is holding a conference for members of the information technology arena in California’s Community College system. Sessions will address many of the current topics of the IT professional in management, security, information systems and … Continue reading March 26–29: Securing Student Information

March 24–28: Southwest Photo Expo and Conference Booth #19

Oklahoma City, OK • March 24–28 • Booth #19 The Southwest Photographers Association of America (SWPPA) is holding their annual Southwest Photo Expo and Conference. SWPPA is a regional affiliate of the Professional Photographers of America (PPA) based in Atlanta, Georgia. Find DriveSavers at booth #19 to explore what services and benefits we offer to … Continue reading March 24–28: Southwest Photo Expo and Conference Booth #19

March 7–9: The Global Resilience Summit (RES/CON) Booth #104

New Orleans, LA • March 7–9 • Booth #104 The Global Resilience Summit, also known as RES/CON, is the premier annual international conference on the practice of successful resilience and disaster management in an evolving global environment. Stop by and see DriveSavers at booth #104 to identify ways to incorporate data recovery into your overall … Continue reading March 7–9: The Global Resilience Summit (RES/CON) Booth #104

Warning: Internet of Things Holds Hidden Dangers

By Rene Novoa, Senior Manager of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics Law enforcement and civil litigators now have another source of evidence—searching for clues and ESI in the Internet of Things (IoT) universe where “always-on” smart devices may collect and store evidence of criminal behavior or civil liability. Police are investigating an Arkansas murder where clues … Continue reading Warning: Internet of Things Holds Hidden Dangers