Yesterday, Google announced its latest service: Google Public DNS. This service appears to be similar to the also-free OpenDNS.
When I first mention information security to a client, particularly a small business, non-profit, or educational institution, I frequently get a response like this: “Nobody is interested in our network.” “We don’t have anything that anyone would want.” “Our systems aren’t that important.” “No one would steal my account/password/login.” “Why would someone want to hack […]
For many small to mid-sized businesses that have their own on-site e-mail server, it is a common practice to use a router and a single public Internet address (the one given to them as part of the basic business-level DSL or cable Internet package) to serve their entire network. Behind this router sits the e-mail […]