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INTERDEV IS #1 RESELLER FOR BARRACUDA SECURITY APPLIANCES IN THE SOUTHEAST FOR 2014!!!!

Once again, InterDev has been named the #1 Reseller for Barracuda Security Appliances in the southeast. InterDev has sold Barracuda Appliances since they first went on the market in 2003. With the large volume of our sales, it is no wonder that people call me the Barracuda […]

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The Face of Today’s Hacker – It Could Be Anyone’s

New “Hacker Matching” Services Increase Vulnerability for Small Businesses, Municipalities and Others With the media reporting on cybercrime syndicates in Russia and other foreign countries, it’s easy to envision hackers as faceless strangers sitting in some far-away cubicle. Nothing could be further from the truth, and this […]

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GIS Mapping Opens a World of Possibilities

From the InterDev GIS Team For the past few decades, GIS (Geographic Information Systems) technology has rapidly been developing into an indispensable tool for governments, businesses and consumers. More recently, we at InterDev have watched GIS grow from visual aids such as crime “hot spot” mapping, land […]

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Another List of Cyber Attacks Comes Out… and Even We Were Surprised

In late fall, think tank Heritage Foundation released a list of cyber attacks on U.S. companies in 2014, and even our seasoned IT experts were floored. The media tends to focus on really big attacks, like the contact information for 70 million Target shoppers that was stolen […]

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Another “Bug” Bites Apple―What Should Business Owners Do?

In early November, another Apple vulnerability made news in the technology world, and this time, it’s an interesting one. It’s also one that relies upon cybercriminals’ favorite “assistants”―people―to start the chain of intrusion. Technically, the bug isn’t a bug (a code defect) at all. It’s a built-in, […]

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The Shellshock Bug Keeps on Shocking…Should You Be Worried?

In late September, the world greeted a new cyber-monster―the Shellshock Bug. The threat is a vulnerability in a program called Bash, which executes commands for other programs. Some experts estimate it is embedded into 70% of Internet web sites and that it could conceivably impact millions of […]

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Password Security in a World of Cyber-Crime

You may have heard that people are the weakest link in any company’s defenses. Internal errors or carelessness have been at the root of some of the largest cyber breaches. Although human nature can be difficult to combat, there is one aspect of employee-related, corporate security that […]

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Corporate Security: Are Your Employees Taking Proper Precautions?

With the announcements earlier this month by Home Depot and J.P. Morgan Chase that their systems’ security had been compromised, companies everywhere should be taking a closer look at their own corporate defenses. Although J.P. Morgan Chase is remaining close-lipped about the breach, Home Depot has confirmed […]

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Half of all American adults were hacked in a recent 12-month period

As part of story on the recent UPS Stores data breach, a CNNMoney analysis was cited that  found that half of all American adults were hacked in a recent 12-month period. http://money.cnn.com/2014/08/21/technology/security/ups-store-data-hack/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

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Is Your Data Safe?

In recent weeks, the news has been filled with stories of high profile data breaches, including the theft from the European Central Bank of some 20,000 email addresses. Behind the sensational headlines is a more important story for both corporations and government entities―everyone is a target and […]

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