WatchGuard Security Week in Review: Episode 43 – Tumblr Worm

Wow. I knew information security news was picking up over the past few years, but lately it seems like our own little industry reality show; complete with mysterious murders, border-crossing heists, and random heart attacks (not to mention, colorful personalities).

Size Isn’t Everything: Why Cyber Attackers Target SMEs

All too often SMEs plan their IT security under the misconception that their networks and data are already pretty safe because they don’t have anything that would interest cyber attackers. Surely, organized criminals or hackivists are going to be far more interested in going for the big targets that we read about in the news all the time such as Sony, HMRC, Subway and the University of Cambridge?

WatchGuard Security Week in Review: Episode 42 – Vulnerability Markets

This week’s episode covers interesting new malware that leverages new command & control channels or targets specific victims, lots of zero day exploits being sold on vulnerability markets, a security industry murder mystery, and much more. If you’d like the latest information security updates, watch below.

Texoma Council Of Governments Renews Contract For IT Outsourcing With Marjen Technology Group For Third Year

SHERMAN, Texas (November 28, 2012) – The Texoma Council of Governments (TCOG), an organization of local governmental units in Cooke, Grayson and Fannin Counties in northeast Texas, has renewed its annual contract for IT outsourcing with MARJEN Technology Group of Southlake for a third year, said Raj Croager, MARJEN founder and CEO.

MARJEN is a privately held business consulting company with a mission to bring enterprise-class business solutions at affordable prices to small and medium-sized businesses and organizations.