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Tackling the insider threat: Where to start?

Many organizations still believe the definition of an insider threat is limited to a rogue employee purposefully leaking embarrassing information, or nuking a couple of systems when he or she

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Business Wire Suffers Week-Long DDoS Attack

Press release network Business Wire has admitted suffering an ongoing Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack lasting a week so far, in a sign of the continued pressure high-profile firms

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Insider Threats: Protecting Ourselves From Ourselves

As we defend our networks from sophisticated external threats, we sometimes overlook perhaps a greater threat lurking within. This threat has a badge into the building and a password onto

Hardware/Network Mobile

The future of smartphone security: Hardware isolation

Mobile spyware has become increasingly more ubiquitous in corporate networks and devices. In a 2017 study, Check Point has found that out of the 850 organizations that they queried, 100%

Hardware/Network

Widespread API use heightens cybersecurity risks

A new Imperva survey showed a heightened concern for cybersecurity risk related to API use. Specifically, 63 percent of respondents are most worried about DDoS threats, bot attacks, and authentication

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Hardware Security: Why Fixing Meltdown & Spectre Is So Tough

Hardware-based security is very difficult to break but, once broken, catastrophically difficult to fix. Software-based security is easier to break but also much easier to fix. Now what? The security

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Thousands of critical systems affected by serious security flaws

Multiple and serious vulnerabilities have been found in a software management system widely used in corporate and industrial control environments, researchers warn Security researchers have identified 14 vulnerabilities in a

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5 Tips For Securing Your Network Printing

Your office printer might not appear to pose much of a security threat. But if left unprotected, it may in fact present a serious risk to your network and resources.For

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DoS attacks against hard disk drives using acoustic signals

A group of Princeton and Purdue researchers has shown that it’s possible to mount a denial-of-service (DoS) attack against hard disk drives via acoustic signals.Hard disk drives (HDDs) have become

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Coprocessor Attacks: the Hidden Threat

Botnets, DDoS and ransomware attacks, vulnerabilities in Internet of Things devices and Open Source Software, and the generally poor state of information security, dominate the discussion of cybersecurity. These same