1. Leadership and “Followship”

    Here at Vaxxe we believe there is real value in being a good follower. How successful would a seminar on following be? The response would more than likely be less than a sold out crowd. Why is that? Everyone doesn’t generally seem to put a lot of value and worth in following. We also don’t offer much respect for followers. There should be much appreciation and an observance of an unbreakable c…Read More

  2. Vaxxe Interactive has partnered with ProntoForms

    Vaxxe Interactive is proud to announce our partnership with ProntoForms. ProntoForms is a leading provider of smart mobile forms for enterprise. ProntoForms software is used to collect and analyze field data with smartphones and tablets either as a standalone solution or as a mobile front end to corporate systems of record--all with a no-code solution. ProntoForms 100,000+ subscribers harness …Read More

  3. HCISPP℠ – HealthCare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner

      As the rapidly evolving healthcare industry faces increasing challenges to keeping personal health information protected – including growing volumes of electronic health records, new government regulations, and a more complex IT security landscape-here is a growing need to ensure knowledgeable and credentialed security and privacy practitioners are in place to protect this sensitive informati…Read More

  4. Penetration Testing vs. Vulnerability Assessment

    In the past few days, months and indeed years many people have approached me and asked me a very simple question… But bare in mind that this simple question was and indeed it is a still a big dilemma between many professionals in IT security, cyber security, management, decision-makers, policy, etc.  Thereby, the question is: What is the difference between Penetration testing and Vulnerability …Read More


    “They are aggressive at collecting sensitive data, embedding functionalities and capabilities to perform dangerous operations such as downloading and running new code on demand, and they are also plagued with various classes of vulnerabilities that enable attackers to turn their aggressive behaviors against users,” researchers, Yulong Zhang, Hui Xue, Tao Wei and Dawn Song wrote today on the co…Read More

  6. Time To Float Your Business Up Into The Cloud?

      One of the biggest buzzwords being used right now is “the cloud.”  So, what is the cloud? There are many different definitions you can find, but for the small business owner it means essentially outsourcing your IT infrastructure (possibly including applications, servers, data storage, etc) remotely.  Why would you move to the cloud?  The most commonly cited reasons are focused upon the …Read More

  7. Encrypted PIN Data Stolen in Target Breach

    Target confirmed this morning that encrypted PIN data was stolen in the Black Friday data breach that exposed 40 million accounts to fraud. Spokesperson Molly Snyder said the ongoing forensics investigation confirmed that PIN data was accessed as well, contrary to previous claims made by the retail giant. “We remain confident that PIN numbers are safe and secure,” Snyder said in a statement. …Read More

  8. Target Suffered Massive Data Breach; 40M Cards Accessed

    UPDATE – TJX and Heartland Payment Systems may soon have company atop the list of the worst retail data breaches in U.S. history after reports surfaced that Target Corp. was breached around Black Friday and millions of credit and debit cards were stolen. Target confirmed the breach this morning and in a statement said 40 million credit and debit cards were accessed starting the day before Thanks…Read More

  9. Poor Patching, Communication Facilitated July Dept. of Energy Breach

    The U.S. Department of Energy has thrown back the covers on a July breach that exposed the personal information of more than 104,000 individuals, painting a less than flattering portrait of IT and agency management failures around vulnerability management, access controls and a general lack of communication between decision makers. Hackers were able to penetrate a Web-facing application and steal …Read More

  10. Half Million Users Affected in JP Morgan Ucard Data Breach

    An attack on the computer networks of banking giant JP Morgan Chase & Co. may have exposed sensitive information belonging to 465,000 prepaid cash-card holders, according to a Reuters report. JP Morgan said the attack targeted Web servers handling its Ucard program in mid-September and that the company has since remedied the underlying flaws that led to the breach and contacted law enforcement…Read More