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Digital skills are critical for tackling the rising tide of cybercrime

The rising tide of cybercrime shows no sign of slowing. Whether it’s hacking, identity fraud or malware attacks, online criminals have proven themselves to be both relentless and ruthless. Targets

Identity Theft

A New Year’s Resolution: Security is Broken…Let’s Fix It

As we near the end of 2018, another wave of massive cyber-attacks has exposed personally identifiable information belonging to hundreds of millions of people and will cost the impacted businesses

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Healthcare Cybersecurity

The healthcare industry is one of the biggest targets for hackers and other bad actors, given the massive amount of personal data these organizations have in their possession and the

Software

Hacked Without a Trace: The Threat of Fileless Malware

Malware. The word alone makes us all cringe as we instantly relate it to something malicious happening on our computers or devices. Gone are the days when we thought the

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Building a Security Awareness Program

At the second annual Infosecurity North America conference at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York, Tom Brennan, US chairman, CREST International, moderated a panel called Securing the Workforce: Building, Maintaining and Measuring

Software

Demise of the Digital Society?

There is no denying that the world wide web has revolutionized every aspect of modern society, from business to communication to entertainment. With the spread of high-speed internet across the

Software

Easy Steps for Recovery from a Hacked Website

By Julia Sowells Senior Information Security Specialist at Hacker Combat, A website getting hacked is no news today; it has become an almost common thing. So, what to do if your

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Destructive Cyberattacks Spiked in Q3

Instead of simply fleeing when discovered, adversaries are actively engaging with incident response teams, a new Carbon Black study finds. New data gathered from more than three dozen providers of

Hardware/Network

Flaws in brain stimulation tech could let hackers erase or hold memories for ransom

If security flaws in brain stimulation tech are not fixed, researchers warn that hackers will be able to target your memories, erase them or hold them for ransom in the

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Election Security Is Risky at State and Local Levels

As the 2018 midterm elections near, many remain concerned about the security of election infrastructure at the national level, though Steve Grobman, CTO at McAfee, said the realistic security risk lies