This is hardly shocking, wi-fi networks in airports are very risky. It is crucial to set up SSL connections and/or a VPN connection to secure communications on public networks. Laptops should be configured to connect to infrastructure networks only – airports are full of rogue ad-hoc “free” wi-fi opportunities (as in opportunities to be hacked).
No one likes to lose employees, through layoffs for any other reason, but layoffs are a matter of survival for many companies in this economy. This article highlights a recent web survey that should concern any employer. A large percentage of employees leaving their jobs take more with them than the contents of their desks. [...]
There is yet another vulnerability in Adobe PDF reader that has been revealed and there are known exploits in the wild. Warn clients about the risk of opening PDF files from unknown sources. Adobe has not yet issued a patch, but there is a third party patch available. It is quite unusual for a third-party [...]