Innovating in a Corporation: The Best of Both Worlds
While many people assume entrepreneurs cannot thrive in corporate environments, this is not the case. Corporations provide greater resources that enable employees to be even more innovative than employees at startups.
Vulnerability Spotlight: Multiple Adobe Acrobat DC Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilties
Today, Talos is releasing details of a new vulnerabilities within Adobe Acrobat Reader DC that tricks a user into visiting a malicious web page.
Connecting with Customers at IBC
IBC was a great reality check. We learned how excited industry analysts and customers are about our new ideas, and they learned how good we are at turning those ideas in to real, effective market solutions.
Microsoft Patch Tuesday – August 2017
Microsoft has released its monthly set of security advisories for vulnerabilities that have been identified and addressed in various products. This month’s advisory release addresses 48 new vulnerabilities with 25 of them rated critical, 21 rated important, and 2 rated moderate. These vulnerabilities impact Edge, Hyper-V, Internet Explorer, Remote Desktop Protocol, Sharepoint, SQL Server, the […]
A Tale of Two Companies: One Kit, Multiple Innovations
Our internal innovation programs got 3 Gold Excellence Awards from Brandon Hall Group. How and why? Learn with Alex Goryachev.
Vulnerability Spotlight: FreeImage Library XMP Image Handling Code Execution Vulnerability
Exploit uses a maliciously crafted image file as an email attachment or via an instant message.
Microsoft Patch Tuesday – April 2016
Patch Tuesday for April has arrived with Microsoft releasing their latest monthly set of security bulletins to address security vulnerabilities in their products. This month’s release contains 13 bulletins relating to 31 vulnerabilities. Six bulletins address vulnerabilities rated as critical in Edge, Graphic Components, Internet Explorer, XML Core Service, Microsoft Office and Adobe Flash Player. […]
Social Media’s Impact on On- and Offline Events
How do you turn social media on its head and make it unique for your initiatives? I’m always fascinated to see new approaches to using social media and get inspired by different organizations’ creativity. From specific initiatives to drive more traffic and awareness (like American Express’ Passion Project) to getting executives involved (like HubSpot’s CEO Manager […]
Social Media Is Like Gelato In A Cone #CiscoSMT #SocialSavvy
Last week I spoke at an event and the definition of social media came up. Some people refer to social networking tools when they speak of social media while others refer to the notion of engagement and content on the web. I’m more of a “gelato in a cone” kinda gal. I view social media as […]