Folder Protect - File protection software that's hack proof
In this era, no organization is safe, whether large or small, the threat of e-terrorism will always be there. Organizations that fail to protect their data will end up losing it all in the end.
Beaverton- July, 19, 2012 - Just yesterday, news broke out that hackers had managed to infiltrate Itwallstreet.com which houses the data for Wall Street IT employees and IT job applicants. The group that had claimed responsibility for this incident identifies themselves as "TeamGhostShell". To prove their hacking capabilities, the group had posted 12 data files on the internet. The files contained variety of personal information such as the employee's name, date of birth, residential address, email address, salary, bonuses, benefits and their username and password. The hackers also accessed information such as recorded conversation between recruiters and candidates. The victim - Andiamo Partners, a New York based IT recruiting firm which mainly caters to the financial services industry has not commented nor denied the hacking incident. In a statement on their website, TeamGhostShell simply wants to prove their capabilities as hackers, by picking on a large financial institute; they wanted to prove to the world their hacking capabilities and skills. According the Jonathan Ladd, chief security analyst for New Softwares, e-terrorism has already become a serious threat to large organizations worldwide. Organizations are not taking their data security seriously; as a result they are likely to fall prey to hackers. Ladd recommends that organizations should protect themselves by hiring competent IT staff which are well trained and can pinpoint loopholes in data security. Moreover, Ladd recommends that organizations should always protect key data with data protection software such as Folder Protect. This software offers multiple data protection features; it has been engineered and thoroughly tested to be hack-proof. Folder Protect only costs a few dollars but can end up saving organizations thousands or even millions of dollars in the future.
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