Motivating Security-Resistant Employees to Protect Office Data IT professionals lose sleep over security-resistant colleagues who just don’t get it when it comes to protecting office data. We’ve found that these employees are likely to be just as baffled about protecting their personal data. When this happens, office data protection (like charity itself) may begin at […]


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Who was behind the August, 2016 Democratic National Committee hack? And who was behind recent hacks of Colin Powell’s emails and the health records of Russian Olympic athletes? On September 15, 2016, Chi Networks CEO Sanjiv Bawa was interviewed on these government-related cybersecurity topics by WTTW’s Eddie Arruza on Chicago Public TV’s Chicago Tonight program. […]


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Big data will “transform every single job in the world” says Forbes magazine big data columnist Bernard Marr. And we agree. Yet not every single employer out there is aware of this coming transformation. To narrow the awareness gap a bit, here are five stunning examples of data visualization’s amazing power to display statistical information […]


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Chi Networks Successfully Completes Fifth Successive SSAE-16 Type II Audit Today Chi Networks CEO Sanjiv Bawa announced that his company has been awarded SSAE-16 Type II Compliance for the year 2016. This attestation resulted from a comprehensive audit of the company’s financial systems and control and business practices conducted according to rigorous standards for service […]


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Credit card transactions. Tax returns. Employment records. Patient health records. Every day, there’s a new scam to steal your personal information from companies that you trust as a customer or employee. Here, Chi Networks founder and CEO Sanjiv Bawa explains why it’s important to build security into data networks early on and why you should […]


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On Feb 17 Chi Networks CEO Sanjiv Bawa was interviewed about the then-breaking FBI/Apple iPhone encryption controversy by Chicago radio legend Steve Dahl on WLS 890. To hear the full interview, click on the start arrow of the above audio link. The 9-minute discussion focused on implications for cell phone users and on Mr. Bawa’s […]


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