Tony Bradley

Tony is principal analyst with the Bradley Strategy Group, providing analysis and insight on tech trends. He is a prolific writer on a range of technology topics, has authored a number of books, and is a frequent speaker at industry events.

6 disaster recovery do’s and don’ts from Hurricane Katrina survivors

The disaster-recovery lessons we learned after Katrina

The disaster-recovery lessons we learned after Katrina

The destruction of the hurricane itself, and the subsequent flooding that put most of New Orleans underwater knocked many businesses out of commission—and more than a few completely out of existence. Thankfully, we have learned a lot...

Businesses ill-prepared to defend against dramatic rise in zero day attacks

Businesses ill-prepared to defend against dramatic rise in zero day attacks

The Check Point 2015 Security Report highlights a number of key security trends--including the impact of the rise of zero day attacks against organizations.

Office Online vs. Office 365: What’s free, what’s not, and what you really need

Office Online vs. Office 365: What’s free, what’s not, and what you really need

Free Office Online is a great deal, but paying for an Office 365 subscription gives you some hard-to-beat perks. We’ll help you decide which way to go.

What data breaches teach us about the future of malware: Your own data could dupe you

What data breaches teach us about the future of malware: Your own data could dupe you

Targeted social engineering schemes are on the rise and your security suite can't protect you.

Heartbleed: Security experts reality-check the 3 most hysterical fears

Heartbleed has dominated tech headlines for a week now. News outlets, citizen bloggers, and even late-night TV hosts have jumped on the story, each amping up the alarm a little more than the last one. But while it's true...

Entrust offer new certificates in wake of Heartbleed

The Internet was rocked this week by revelations that a critical vulnerability in OpenSSL has left Web traffic open to compromise for years. The Heartbleed bug has potentially serious security ramifications, and it's difficult--if...

What you need to know about Heartbleed and OpenSSL

You know that little padlock icon you look for to ensure your Web traffic is encrypted and secure? It turns out that you might not be as secure as you think thanks to a vulnerability that was accidentally introduced into the code of...

Whose fault is it that users are the weakest link?

An organization can spend mountains of cash on best of breed network defenses and security tools, but it can all come crashing down with one click from a user. Users are the weakest link when it comes to network and computer security,...

Report: Half of all exploits target Java

Once upon a time, Microsoft was the favorite target of malware developers. As Microsoft improved the defenses in its software, though, cybercrooks moved on to easier pickings. Adobe was a prime target for a while, but Adobe followed...

One tweak can make your Windows PC virtually invulnerable

Microsoft published 147 vulnerabilities in 2013 that were rated as Critical. Critical, however, is a relative term, and there is one simple thing anyone can do that would guard against almost every single Critical vulnerability...

Report finds iOS apps riskier than Android apps

How many apps do you have on your smartphone or tablet right now? Well, take that number, and multiply it by 0.9. That's about how many of your apps are a potential security concern according to a new study from Appthority.

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