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Why Cyber Security Should Be at the Top of Your Christmas List

December 17, 2020 Added by:Steve Durbin

To take advantage of emerging trends in both technology and cyberspace, businesses need to manage risks in ways beyond those traditionally handled by the information security function.

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How Extreme Weather Will Create Chaos on Infrastructure

October 21, 2020 Added by:Steve Durbin

Extreme weather events will soon become more frequent and widespread, devastating areas of the world that typically don’t experience them and amplifying the destruction in areas that do.

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BSIMM11 Observes the Cutting Edge of Software Security Initiatives

October 21, 2020 Added by:Taylor Armerding

In addition to helping an organization start an SSI, the BSIMM also gives them a way to evaluate the maturity of their SSI.

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Sustaining Video Collaboration Through End-to-End Encryption

October 21, 2020 Added by:Michael Armer

By infusing end-to-end encryption into any video strategy, it ensures not only the sustainability of the channel, but the businesses that rely on it.

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Will Robo-Helpers Help Themselves to Your Data?

September 08, 2020 Added by:Steve Durbin

Are you sure that your robo-helpers are secure?

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COVID-19 Aside, Data Protection Regulations March Ahead: What To Consider

August 26, 2020 Added by:Terry Ray

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, companies are obligated to comply with many laws governing data security and privacy

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Expect Behavioral Analytics to Trigger a Consumer Backlash

August 10, 2020 Added by:Steve Durbin

The deployment of cameras, sensors and applications in public and private places for behavioral analytics will be followed by consumer and regulatory backlash.

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No Silver Bullet for Addressing Cybersecurity Challenges During Pandemic

August 10, 2020 Added by:Liviu Arsene

As the coronavirus pandemic forced organizations to migrate to a work-from-home context, security professionals faced new challenges.

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Augmented Reality Will Compromise the Privacy and Safety of Attack Victims

July 08, 2020 Added by:Steve Durbin

Augmented Reality (AR) technologies will provide new opportunities for attackers to compromise the privacy and safety of their victims.

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Edge Computing Set to Push Security to the Brink

June 13, 2020 Added by:Steve Durbin

In the coming years, poor implementation of edge computing solutions will leave organizations open to attack.

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Threat Horizon 2022: Cyber Attacks Businesses Need to Prepare for Now

May 01, 2020 Added by:Steve Durbin

Information security professionals are facing increasingly complex threats—some new, others familiar but evolving.

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Examining Potential Election Vulnerabilities: Are They Avoidable?

April 07, 2020 Added by:Tim Matthews

In the U.S and global communities, election security is a large concern.

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Password Shaming Isn’t Productive – Passwords Are Scary Business

January 15, 2020 Added by:Tim Mackey

With the complexity of consumer devices only increasing, contextual security should be a priority for all – a situation which would avoid password shaming.

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Five Key Cyber-Attack Trends for This Year

January 14, 2020 Added by:Marc Wilczek

5 key cyber-attack trends that are expected to develop during the coming months.

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20/20 Vision on 2020's Network Security Challenges

January 13, 2020 Added by:Avishai Wool

Organizations will likely need to embrace more automation across all security and compliance-related processes.

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Is Cybersecurity Getting Too Complex?

January 13, 2020 Added by:Sam Rubin

To find the right services that complement specific resource gaps, enterprises should first fully assess their own security current state.

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