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Identity Theft

Protecting your digital identity from hacks and breaches

As our identities become increasingly digital, protecting them from cyber threats has never been more important.With hacks and data breaches making the news on an almost daily basis, the words

Industry Insights

Keeping Your Personal Information Safe

By Vasilii Chekalov EveryCloud, According to a study by Statista in March of 2018, 63% of respondents expressed concern that they would be hacked in the next five years. 60%

Software

Maliciuos hacking activity increasingly targeting critical infrastructure

In this podcast, Andrew Ginter, VP of Industrial Security at Waterfall Security Solutions, and Edward Amoroso, CEO of TAG Cyber, talk about how the traditional focus of most hackers has been on

Industry Insights

Hackers as Heroes: How Ethical Hacking is Changing the Industry

Hackers all around the world have long been portrayed in media and pop culture as the bad guys. Society is taught to see them as cyber-criminals and outliers who seek

Industry Insights

Hackers wage a new Cold War

The Cold War of the mid-twentieth century played out as a truly epic conflict. The U.S. and the Soviet Union mobilized spies across the globe, supported proxy armies from the

Hardware/Network

Can you hack me now?

How identity-based networking can protect your LTE connections from attack.With well over 200,000 cell towers up and running in the United States (and counting), the question posed by Verizon in

Hardware/Network

Why data loss prevention is a throwback technology

Times are changing, and traditional cybersecurity tools are no longer enough to protect an organization’s assets. Black Hat 2018 may be behind us, but the trends, conversations and news coming

Hardware/Network

The Importance of Device Security in IoT Ecosystems

The proliferation of IoT devices within not only the consumer, but also the commercial management space, is now becoming astounding. While various IT tools exist for the management of endpoint

Hardware/Network

How Hackers Hit Printers

New Booz Allen Hamilton report advises companies to include printers in their overall security strategy. Networked printers increasingly are becoming targets of hackers as these devices often aren’t secured by

Software

Don’t abandon that domain name

Why are abandoned domain names dangerous? They are low-hanging fruit for attackers, who can use them to access sensitive email or customer data. Email holds the keys to the kingdom.