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Coronavirus Scam Alert: Watch Out For These Risky COVID-19 Websites And Emails

Cybercriminals and nation state-sponsored spies didn’t take long to catch onto the coronavirus panic. Research released Thursday shows crooks and snoops have been rapidly registering vast numbers of potentially-malicious websites


DDoS Attack Trends Reveal Stronger Shift to IoT, Mobile

Attackers are capitalizing on the rise of misconfigured Internet-connected devices running the WS-Discovery protocol, and mobile carriers are hosting distributed denial-of-service weapons. Click here to view original webpage at www.darkreading.com


Mixed-signal circuits can stop side-channel attacks against IoT devices

Purdue University innovators have unveiled technology that is 100 times more resilient to electromagnetic and power attacks, to stop side-channel attacks against IoT devices. Click here to view original webpage


Redefining Zero Trust: Does Zero Really Mean Zero?

The concept of zero trust networks or zero trust security was developed in 2010 by John Kindervag—at the time a principal analyst with Forrester. Click here to view original webpage

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Google Confirms It Paid Hackers $6.5 Million Last Year To Help Keep The Internet Safe

Paying hackers is no bad thing. Which is why PayPal recently paid $15,300 (£11,700) to one, Tesla is offering $500,000 (£380,000) to any that can hack a Tesla Model 3, and Apple is prepared to

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56.25 Million US Residents Records Exposed on Chinese Server

A database containing the personal details of 56.25 million U.S. residents was exposed online. The database reportedly belongs to the CheckPeople.com website. Click here to view original webpage at www.securitymagazine.com

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Why your Smart Home Needs Cyber Security

The technological advancement took a boom with the invention of the internet. Heavy mobile phones were gradually replaced by smartphones, e-libraries took the place of traditional libraries, big computers were


10 Ways Asset Intelligence Improves Cybersecurity Resiliency And Persistence

By securing every endpoint with a persistent connection and the resiliency to autonomously self-heal, CIOs are finding new ways to further improve network security by capitalizing on each IT assets’


4 Cyber Security Attacks Small Businesses Might Face

The internet boom came bearing many gifts for businesses and individuals alike. Some of them include an interconnected world, e-commerce, and social media. However, it also brought with it many

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Critical Citrix flaw opens the door to unauthorized access and hacking

A newly discovered vulnerability in Citrix Systems Inc. software platforms exposes networks using the software to potential unauthorized access and hacking. Click here to view original webpage at siliconangle.com