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Want To Be A Security Pro —- Tips Here!

Want To Be A Security Pro —- Tips Here!

Want To Be A Security Pro —- Tips Here!   As cyber criminals grow more sophisticated and news of major breaches reach headlines nearly daily, cybersecurity professionals are in high demand: There are currently nearly 3 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs...

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Your Cyber Insurance Policy Probably Won’t Pay Out

Your Cyber Insurance Policy Probably Won’t Pay Out

Your Cyber Insurance Policy Probably Won’t Pay Out   More businesses are recognizing the need for cyber insurance as part of an overall security strategy. Here are some key points to consider when evaluating, purchasing, and relying on a policy. After years of...

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Technology Makes Crime Easier

Technology Makes Crime Easier

Technology Makes Crime Easier   In part one of TechRepublic's four-part series "Mastermind con-man behind Catch Me If You Can talks cybersecurity" TechRepublic's Karen Roby sat down with Frank Abagnale, the famous con man turned FBI Academy instructor, who...

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Huge Valuation’s Lead to Huge Losses…Again.

Huge Valuation’s Lead to Huge Losses…Again.

Huge Valuation’s Lead to Huge Losses…Again.   A ghost of unicorns past ominously re-surfaced yesterday evening.  Verizon agreed to sell its blogging website Tumblr to Automattic, the owner of WordPress.com, for less than $3 million, according to Axios. It’s crazy...

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Another Reason to Check Those Daily Deliveries

Another Reason to Check Those Daily Deliveries

Another Reason to Check Those Daily Deliveries   Penetration testers have long gone to great lengths to demonstrate the potential chinks in their clients' networks before less friendly attackers exploit them. But in recent tests by IBM's X-Force Red, the...

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MacBooks Get Grounded — for Good Reason

MacBooks Get Grounded — for Good Reason

MacBooks Get Grounded — for Good Reason   The Federal Aviation Administration has banned certain 15-inch MacBook Pros with potentially defective batteries from US flights. The move, which follows Apple's June recall announcement, is part of a general FAA policy...

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