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Ethical Hacking: A Critical Cog in the Future of Cybersecurity

June 19, 2019

Via: Kelly Redmond

Every headline-grabbing cyberattack unveils new sophisticated hacking techniques, but the attacker’s portrait remains the same: a modern-day professional with a strong sense of curiosity, patience, and social skills that thoroughly examines a company’s systems, takes note of every vulnerability, then […]


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A New Vulnerability in Internet Explorer

April 15, 2019

Via: James Hughes

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser has been the subject of unrelenting criticism and ridicule over the years—and not without reason. However, despite it being plagued with numerous security issues, some people are still using it, or at least have it installed […]


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Why Phishing Is Still Your Number One Security Foe

February 8, 2019

Via: James Hughes

91% of cyberattacks start with a phishing email. Why are they still so prevalent – and successful? It seems like every day another high-ranking employee falls for a scam and loses millions in company money. How long have security experts […]


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5 Technologies That Will Change Networking in 2019 According to Cisco

January 15, 2019

Via: James Hughes

When it comes to networking, 2019 sounds promising. Several emerging technologies are expected to change how businesses and their employees connect. In a recent blog post from Cisco, Anand Oswal, the Senior VP of Cisco Enterprise Network Engineering, claims that: “Network […]


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Microsoft Admits that Some Windows 10 Users Are Getting Unstable Patches

December 10, 2018

Via: Michael Boyd

Normally, updating system software as frequently as possible would be a good thing. You get new features, patch bugs, and keep your security software up to date with the latest threats. Unfortunately, in the case of Windows 10, it’s a […]


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Proper portable storage devices make your business GDPR compliant

November 3, 2018

Via: William Palmer

Apart from the constant need to improve their security policies, companies now face a new hurdle: GDPR compliant storage devices. As the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) established that USB sticks with sensitive data are a business risk, new […]


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The European Parliament passed a new copyright law

September 14, 2018

Via: Michael Boyd

The European Parliament has approved a controversial set of new rules on copyright which state that media giants should pay more for the content they use. The legislation also makes companies like Google and Facebook responsible for the content uploaded […]


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Chinese Hackers Could Shed Light on New Vulnerabilities

August 21, 2018

Via: James Hughes

News that the US will hold a new round of trade talks with China in late August has provided media with the opportunity to analyze and sum up the issues that have appeared since negotiations broke down earlier this year. […]


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Tomorrow’s Jobs Await Today’s Policies

July 25, 2018

Via: Michael Boyd

Anil Sabharwal, Vice President of Product at Google, advised governments and business everywhere about the future impact of the current boom of artificial intelligence (AI) on jobs and society. Sabharwal said that policymakers and academia must unite to establish improvements […]


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US Senators question Amazon about consumer privacy

June 15, 2018

Via: Michael Boyd

US Senators Jeff Flake and Chris Coons question Amazon about consumer privacy, after an incident last month when a woman from Portland told KIRO-TV that her Amazon Echo device had sent a recording of a private conversation to a random […]