online-security



UPDATED: Heartbleed Vulnerability Bug: What You Need to Know (Blogshare)

Written on
April 11th 2014
Author
Adotas

ADOTAS – The widely publicized heartbleed bug may be impacting as many as 500,000 systems across the Internet.  Heartbleed is the name of a vulnerability in the OpenSSL program that powers encrypted communication to many of the world’s web sites and private networks. The flaw could result in the exposure of ... more...

Mobiquity: Security Gaps Still Exist in Enterprise Beacon/iBeacon Deployments

Written on
February 6th 2014
Author
AdotasWire

BOSTON, February 6, 2014 (ADOTAS) – Mobile engagement provider Mobiquity (www.mobiquityinc.com) today has determined that significant enterprise functionality lapses still exist in current deployments of beacon programs. This gap – in monitoring, authentication and authorization – could significantly impact the touted benefits of this new technology aimed at retailers and other early ... more...

5 Reasons the Digital Advertising Industry Is Lost

Written on
February 3rd 2014
Author
Jim Moar

ADOTAS – Digital advertising, with all of its data and analytics, was supposed to be a utopia for tracking, measuring, and optimizing ad value. We have a long ways to go and the challenge is increasing every day.  Digital advertisers now find themselves stuck between flawed paradigms and crumbling methodologies, ... more...

Today’s Burning Question: Stopping Cyberattacks Like the One on Spamhaus

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April 1st 2013
Author
Mike Daly

ADOTAS – We asked our panel of industry leaders to the following question, which comes via  The New York Times: An escalating cyberattack involving an antispam group and a shadowy group of attackers has now affected millions of people across the Internet, raising the question: How can such attacks be ... more...

Sony and Others Pushing Digital Envelope Are Most Poised for Competitive Advantage with gTLDs

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March 6th 2013
Author
Jennifer Wolfe

Companies like Sony are continuing to push the digital innovation envelope – as evidenced by the recent unveiling of the new PlayStation console with more Internet streaming options and broader integration with multiple devices. Clearly, companies that respond to consumer demand for a rich experience with multiple access points and social ... more...

How Secure Is Your Ad Server?

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February 13th 2013
Author
Mike Daly

Yesterday’s news that OpenX shut down OnRamp due to a malware attack only serves to amplify the sound of an alarm that’s constantly ringing in the realm of online media. “This is another great example of the power of the Internet and the effects of poorly secured applications,” said Anthony J. ... more...

VIDEO: S. Claus Hires Chief Information Security Elf

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December 18th 2012
Author
Adotas

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Solve Media Uncovers $1.5 Billion in Wasted Ad Spend; Bots Are To Blame

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September 28th 2012
Author
AdotasWire

NEW YORK (September 28, 2012) – Solve Media today revealed that 10 percent of all online traffic is generated by bots – software applications that run automated processes across the Web. eMarketer predicts online display ad spend will reach $15.3 billion globally in 2012, which means that potentially $1.5 billion in ... more...

Kristen Stewart’s Safer than Emma Watson?

Written on
September 11th 2012
Author
Mike Daly

In spite of (or perhaps because of) negative publicity about her love life, “Twilight” actress Kristen Stewart attracted more visitors to websites than any other celebrity this summer, according to web traffic generator MGID’s latest Click Factor results. MGID measures the Click Factor from the Internet user clicks generated via the ... more...

#tangodown or Not, We Were Left with NoDaddy

Written on
September 10th 2012
Author
Mike Daly

GoDaddy is now stating that its server crash yesterday was “not caused by external influences,” but rather “a series of internal network events that corrupted router data tables.” The company’s statement leaves many of us to wonder today whether AnonymousOwn3r is A) an exceptionally gifted hacker;  B) a clairvoyant; C) a social-media opportunist/narcissist ... more...