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January 3, 2020
Theo Katzman reminds me of that kid in my junior high art class that was so charming, interesting and easy to talk to.  His music is crazy catchy. His voice is out of this world. He is like the Robin Williams of musical ingénue with vocal characters and complimentary insightful lyrics.  When not touring with...
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By: Kellep Charles and Adrian Williams So, if you haven’t heard or if you are not familiar with the cybersecurity maturity model certification (CMMC), don’t worry about it, we are here to explain it all to you. The CMMC is a certification procedure developed by the Department of Defense (DoD) to certify contractors have the...
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The Census Bureau this year will reap the benefits — and deal with the consequences — of its first internet-focused decennial count. The IRS will take another crack at IT and business process modernization after receiving funding for it from Congress. And the Postal Service will name another postmaster general, and chart a course for financial sustainability....
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By Stephanie DeCamp Posted January 3, 2020 Is it fair to compare Universal Directory (UD) vs Active Directory® (AD)? As more IT admins shift their infrastructure to the cloud, it’s only natural to compare on-prem solutions with new cloud offerings. While they’re both a part of Identity and Access Management (IAM), AD and UD are...
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To listen to the Federal Newscast on your phone or mobile device, subscribe in PodcastOne or Apple Podcasts. The best listening experience on desktop can be found using Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Members of Marine Corps law enforcement are now allowed to carry their own firearms for personal protection while on base. A Marine Corps memo announced the...
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US Department of Homeland Security building, Washington DC AFP via Getty Images In December 2019, the U.S. government issued indictments against two Chinese hackers who were allegedly involved in a multi-year effort to penetrate the systems of companies managing data and applications for customers via the computing cloud. The men, who remain at large, are...
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On bikes and scooters, messengers with bright orange satchels whipped and weaved through Manhattan’s teeming streets. Their bags held snacks, DVDs, and diapers for a start-up called Kozmo.com, which promised deliveries in under an hour. It was the year 2000. And it all seemed magical. The real magic, it soon turned out, was Kozmo’s ability...
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Meanwhile, security officers at embassies in other high-threat countries will be watching closely, and likely implementing changes of their own to bolster security in the wake of this week’s events. Given that the embassy in Baghdad is among the largest and most expensive in the world, utilizing state-of-the-art protection technologies, the success of Tuesday’s attack...
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Worried Xiaomi Mijia IP camera users are finding other people’s images displayed on their Google Home Hubs. The problem seems to be linked to a botched software update. Google has disabled the integration with the Chinese camera service. Both companies say they’re investigating the problem. The immediate privacy issue is obvious. But, in today’s SB Blogwatch, we...
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The U.S. Army this week joined the Navy in banning soldiers from using TikTok, the popular Chinese-owned video app marred by troublesome data handling practices, pegging it as a national security risk. “The U.S. Army’s decision to ban TikTok is yet another sign of the growing suspicion and mistrust U.S. authorities feel towards the Chinese-developed...
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A researcher has discovered a pair of new Magecart-style web skimmers, each one featuring an evasion technique that’s not typically employed by this breed of malware: steganography and the transfer a data via the WebSocket protocol. The researcher, who uses the handle @AffableKraut, posted his two findings on Twitter last month, prompting the team from...
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The country has grown as a talented, and destructive, network threat over the last several years. Expect more network-enabled spying and possibly destructive cyber attacks in the wake of the killing of Iran’s most important military commanders, experts said. “We will probably see an uptick in espionage, primarily focused on government systems, as Iranian actors seek...
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Python is dead. Long live Python! Python 2 has been one of the world’s most popular programming languages since 2000, but its death – strictly speaking, at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Day 2020 – been widely announced on technology news sites around the world. But Python isn’t dead, because Python 3 has...
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Go From Zero to Coding Hero with These Beginner-Friendly Courses The internet has changed the way we do everything from ordering food to staying in touch around the holidays. It’s such an essential part of daily life that businesses really can’t operate successfully without some web presence. As such, companies of all sizes are constantly...
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In an enlightening email conveyed message from the Directors of the Packet Clearing House (PCH)(the world-wide group which provisions operational security and support to crucial Internet infrastructure – inclusive of the planet-spanning Domain Name System (DNS) and Exchange Points also spanning the globe (and undersea transmission cables carrying much of the world’s traffic) to the...
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Web and mobile impacted Currency exchange outlet Travelex has taken its website and services offline after computer malware hit its systems on New Year’s Eve. Travelex said the move was a “precautionary measure to protect data and prevent the spread of the virus”, adding that it has deployed both its own IT specialists and external...
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How Enterprises are Attacking the Cybersecurity Problem – 2019 Organizations have invested in a sweeping array of security technologies to address challenges associated with the growing number of cybersecurity attacks. However, the complexity involved in managing these technologies is emerging as a major problem. We share what IT and security practitioners had to say about...
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For years, US tensions with Iran have held to a kind brinksmanship. But the drone assassination of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani, widely understood to be the second most powerful figure in Iran, has dangerously escalated tensions. The world now awaits Iran’s response, which seems likely to make new use of a tool that the country...
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Attackers demanded $6 million from the wire and cable manufacturer when they launched a December ransomware campaign. Southwire, a prominent Georgia-based cable and wire manufacturer, is suing the Maze ransomware operators following a December 2019 attack in which the defendants stole sensitive information and later published it when their demand for ransom went unfulfilled. Maze...
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Home > Security News > Ransomware Students attending Richmond Community Schools received a belated Christmas present when a ransomware attack delayed the re-opening of school from its holiday break. School officials were likely not as happy, as the attackers have demanded a $10,000 ransom payable in bitcoin, according to NBC25 News. The Michigan district was...
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