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Why we need to secure IoT connections sooner than later

IoT products offer many conveniences but there are massive amounts of data being transferred to and from these services vulnerable to attack if left unsecured. In this podcast, Mike Nelson,

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Deception Tactics in Cybersecurity: Human Lab Rat

Deception has been a defense strategy in military and intelligence programs for hundreds of years. As cybersecurity techniques mature, we continue to borrow proven methods from more traditional security industries. Click


What is Two-Factor Authentication? The Tip of the Security Spear

The average American is inundated with passwords. Requirements for new passwords, login failure notifications when they forget their password, and in some unfortunate cases, alerts that their information has been

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Corporate cybersecurity concerns and spend continue to rise, but so do breaches

More than 50 percent of security and IT leaders agree that they are very concerned about the security of corporate endpoints given the prevalence of sophisticated attack vectors like ransomware,


Cybersecurity: Experts discussing mobile phone security warn against bio-metric verifications

Cybersecurity experts Aaron Turner and Georgia Weidman spoke at the RSA Conference in San Francisco to discuss mobile security. The two discussed 2-factor authentication (2FA) as well as biometric as a

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Japan’s Trend Micro to Help Boost Cybersecurity in Kazakhstan

Japanese cybersecurity company Trend Micro signed an agreement on scientific and technical cooperation with Kazakh security firm T&T Security, to support a government initiative known as the “Concept of Cyber

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Data breach report shows Australian businesses ‘not learning from abroad’

The latest data breach report from the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner shows that Australian businesses have learnt nothing from the devastating impacts of breaches in other countries, a

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A new way for securing web browsers from hackers

A powerful new approach to securing web browsers is getting its first real-world application in the Firefox browser. Developed by a team of researchers from The University of Texas at

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HackerOne’s 2020 Hacker Report: Hacking as a Career Soars in Popularity

The concept of hacking as a viable career has become a reality, with 18% of survey respondents describing themselves as full-time hackers, searching for vulnerabilities and making the internet safer

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Global Cyber Security As A Service Manufacturing – 2020 Industry Market Research Report with Top Key Players Symantec, AT&T, Capgemini, Ciphercloud, BAE Systems, MCAFEE

The Research Corporation report helps analyze the Cyber Security As A Service market on a global basis and also offers forecast and statistics in terms of revenue for the anticipated