Its Wednesday, Happy Hump Day on Tech Juice at TigerDirect TV. Hackers are spawning all over the internet and NASA’s still got some life left with Curiosity. Our Tiger Deal of the Day is spectacular!
Its Friday and we made it! Tech Juice on TigerDirect TV brings you news about on Linux and the happenings in Washington with CISPA! They are watching (ooooowwweeeooooo). Tiger’s Deal of the Day is absolutely spectacular!
A national security and privacy survey sponsored by CA, Inc. (NASDAQ: CA – News) and conducted by The Strategic Counsel showed that security threats from within an organization now are a bigger problem than attacks from external sources.
At the same time, the number of U.S. organizations reporting loss of confidential data and reduced customer satisfaction has increased by 55 percent and 65 percent, respectively, in the past two years. According to the CA 2008 Security and Privacy Survey, in 2008 more than 34 percent of organizations reported a loss of confidential information as a result of security attacks and breaches, up from 22 percent in 2006.
When making use of high-performance PC parts, overheating may sometimes occur. This is because PC parts such as hard disks, CPUs, and RAM modules tend to run at very high speeds, which in turn generate heat. It is a particularly prevalent problem in systems without proper aeration and ventilation. And if not addressed immediately, you know that a lot of bad things are bound to happen to your PC and its parts. That’s why you simply can’t underestimate the value of cooling devices. Take the Ultra Thermal Memory Cooler with Heatpipes for instance, Ultra’s premier RAM cooling solution. It ensures that your RAM modules run cool even under extreme load.
Hey guys! Iâ€™m back again with some tips for you on how to keep your systems / Networks safe when you buy a wireless router. I recently had to set up my friendâ€™s Netgear WNR834B Wireless Draft N Router (GREAT Product by the way), and it made me think.
Phishing might seem like a harmless threat, in part because itâ€™s been re-spelled to seem hip and somewhat ominous. But itâ€™s not cool, nor is it particularly fashionable: Phishing scams are just another attempt by the bad guys to steal valuable information.