• Bob Embleton
    Over the past decade, as a result of millions of dollars of marketing effort,  business decisions were made and the push to the cloud began.  It took business owners a while to follow the herd as individuals flocked to free 3rd party cloud services but eventually the desire to reduce
  • Paul Kuepfer
    Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get paid while you surf on the web, drive your car down the street, or walk through the mall?  What if you could earn a little money every time you read an article online, click an ad, punch in directions on your GPS
  • Paul Kuepfer
    Is it really ever safe to store any Defense Industrial Base (DIB) data in the cloud?  Under any circumstances?
  • Paul Kuepfer
    Forbes published a piece today written by Paul F Roberts outlining the inherent risk companies face with the massive COVID-19 layoffs. The suspension of office work followed by mass layoffs were devastating consequences of the COVID 19 virus once it took hold in the United States in February. Mass data
  • Paul Kuepfer
    Few companies recognize the value of their data until it is gone or being held for ransom.  The biggest assets in the past were physical – land, buildings, and machinery, but that has rapidly transitioned to intellectual property and data.  The advent of the internet has made it easy to
  • Paul Kuepfer
    Do you really know where your data is? Data is the biggest asset for today’s companies.  All our intellectual property is now digital and we exchange it so often we take the magic of networks and the internet for granted. In the past, we exchanged data and intellectual property point
  • Paul Kuepfer
    Extreme Tech published a prediction in 2015 about Telco Data as a Service (TDaaS) predicting the Telcos will make billions by selling and combining customer data that previously was private to marketing companies.    Cloud service providers and SaaS applications are further exploiting their global corporations by anonymizing private transactional
  • Paul Kuepfer
    Ever feel like there’s something missing with cloud computing? Over the last decade, there has been a massive transition from onsite application computing and storage to everything SaaS and cloud.  The cloud does present certain benefits, like ease of access and scaled implementation.  However, when you consider certain risk factors, the cloud begins to darken. Your data (your highest value asset)
  • Paul Kuepfer
    Data Breach today published a relevant post on Cicer One’s cybersecurity news feed today outlining how “Criminals continue to tap ransomware, backed by more advanced network penetration techniques, hitting larger targets and leaking data in an attempt to maximize their illicit paydays.”   In talking to many CEOs they feel helpless