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January 1, 2020
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By Chris Roberts, Chief Security Strategist, Attivo Networks Around October or November, we throw the collective fortune darts at the nearest board, wall, or screen to work out how the following year’s going to be in our electronic world. We’re the digital equivalent of the Farmers’ Almanac. Yet, how often have we really taken a...
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A federal strategy for defending the U.S. government against cyberattacks is one step closer to completion, with lawmakers saying they have a draft form that could be finalized as early as March. The report has been in the works since 2018 after the National Defense Authorization Act created a commission, consisting of lawmakers and industry...
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GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – A new year, a new push to protect your privacy. Consumer First Alert wants to help you outsmart scammers in 2020. The Better Business Bureau of Wisconsin has released its list of New Year’s Resolutions for a Consumer-Savvy 2020. Here’s the Top 10, courtesy of the BBB: 1. Implement a...
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Learn about the evolution of AI and how cybersecurity professionals can leverage AI to gain the upper hand on cybercriminals. *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Fortinet All Blogs authored by Fortinet All Blogs. Read the original post at: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/fortinet/blogs/~3/47_F8MzmtxU/ai-levels-cyber-playing-field-2020-predictions.html Source link
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SanDisk is often the first brand that comes to mind when people think about microSD cards and other removable storage, but there was another big brand that actually outsold SanDisk on Black Friday among our readers. It was Samsung, and now the company’s class-leading memory cards are back on sale for the first time since...
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Offspring #4 eats pretty healthy, normally, but likes to indulge in sugary confections on occasion. He was a big help clearing away the massive amount of snow that accumulated in the last winter storm of 2019 so I decided to start the new year off by making him (and us) a batch of homemade doughnuts...
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As 2019 splutters to a close, it’s time for our annual lookback at our most-read tech stories, and to ask: “What happened next?”. Facebook and its family of apps dominates this year’s list with four entries – it probably won’t be a surprise that none of them were particularly brand-enhancing. The Chinese viral video app...
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Law360 (January 1, 2020, 12:04 PM EST) — The expectations for companies handling personal information will continue to evolve as a new decade begins, while mounting ransomware threats, the use of facial recognition technology and the growth of insurance disputes over emerging privacy issues also will attract significant attention.  Here are five predictions attorneys expect...
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Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss’ Dracula adaptation remains a bit mysterious even as it comes to TV, but a regular trickle of cast information has us eager to meet the new inhabitants of Bram Stoker’s dark supernatural world. At the moment, a few character details are still being kept secret, but we do know exactly...
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David Emm, principal security researcher at Kaspersky Lab, explores how ready the cyber security world is for protecting smart cities As smart city technology develops, so do potential security issues. The world is becoming ever more connected with each passing day, and while smart devices within smart homes are now an accepted and ingrained part...
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The Sophos Managed Threat Response (MTR) team and SophosLabs researchers have been investigating an ongoing series of ransomware attacks in which the ransomware executable forces the Windows machine to reboot into Safe Mode before beginning the encryption process. The attackers may be using this technique to circumvent endpoint protection, which often won’t run in Safe...
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(Source: Giphy) Businesses are getting cosier with the cloud. As more data pours in, it makes sense to use a public cloud server rather than set up servers in-house. But just because they’re moving to a ‘cloud smart’ agenda doesn’t mean that they aren’t being ‘cloud dumb’. According to Forcepoint, public cloud systems are going...
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#goals Looking at the security fails of 2019 is amusing but it ought to set against the progress by many in adopting best practice when drawing up the security ledger for the year. Security success stories tend to start with establishing an effective security policy coupled with a training program and sound contingency planning, a...
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GeekWire Illustration / Time Magazine Covers The arrival of 2020 is a chance to look back on the past decade and what it has meant for the world of technology. Recent security problems with security cameras sum up where we are today: technology designed to protect us has made us vulnerable instead. Pessimism, dread, and...
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Strong cyber hygiene makes the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s job easier. The organization within the Department of Homeland Security is tasked with protecting the nation’s critical infrastructure from cyberattacks and as part of the lead up to National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October, the agency released a toolkit Aug. 14 for preventing attacks. Created...
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Blowing horns on Bleeker Street on New Year’s Day; Photographer: Marjory Collins; Location: Bleeker Street, New York, NY, USA; Approximate Date: January 1943 *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Infosecurity.US authored by Marc Handelman. Read the original post at: https://www.infosecurity.us/blog/2020/1/1/happy-new-year-2020 Source link
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The products and services mentioned below were selected independent of sales and advertising. However, Simplemost may receive a small commission from the purchase of any products or services through an affiliate link to the retailer’s website. Baby Yoda sipping soup was so ridiculously cute that it infected the entire internet the second fans saw it...
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The R language and RStudio IDE are a powerful combination for “getting stuff done”, and one aspect of R itself that makes it especially useful is the ability to use it with other programming languages via a robust foreign language interface capability. The term “foreign language” refers to another programming language such as C, C++,...
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by KuppingerCole • Dec 31, 2019 From what used to be a purely technical concept created to make developers’ lives easier, Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) have evolved into one of the foundations of modern digital business. Today, APIs can be found everywhere – at homes and in mobile devices, in corporate networks and in the...
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