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January 29, 2020
[ad_1] You may not think much about encryption day to day, but it’s the reason the FBI can’t easily get at the data on the iPhones that come into its possession; it also means if someone steals your phone, they won’t be able to get anything off it without the PIN code. In terms of...
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[ad_1] macOS R users who tend to work on the bleeding edge likely noticed some downtime at <mac.r-project.org> this past weekend. Part of the issue was an SSL/TLS certificate expiration situation. Moving forward, we can monitor this with R using the super spiffy {openssl} and {pushoverr} packages whilst also generating a daily report with {rmarkdown}...
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[ad_1] For the first time, New York Magazine talent joins the annual three-day event that brings unscripted conversations, live podcasts, custom experiences, Eater-recommended food and drink, and more to Austin WEBWIRE – Wednesday, January 29, 2020 The first slate of programming includes Kara Swisher with Deepak Chopra, Stella Bugbee with Tyra Banks, and...
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[ad_1] Threat hunting is a sophisticated, advanced technique that should be reserved for specific instances and be conducted only by trained professionals. I frequently meet cybersecurity leaders who attempt to run before they can crawl, jumping at the chance to implement new technology before mastering the basics. I’ve noticed this trend especially when it comes...
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[ad_1] Threat hunting is a sophisticated, advanced technique that should be reserved for specific instances and be conducted only by trained professionals. I frequently meet cybersecurity leaders who attempt to run before they can crawl, jumping at the chance to implement new technology before mastering the basics. I’ve noticed this trend especially when it comes...
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[ad_1] As cyber incidents increase in scope and impact, more and more organizations come to realize that outsourcing their defenses is the best practice—significantly increasing the Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) market opportunities. Until recently, IT integrators, VARs, and MSPs haven’t participated in the growing and profitable MSSP market as it entailed massive investments in...
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[ad_1] What is security culture? There’s lots of talk about how important security culture is to a security program, but security culture is a nebulous concept to attempt to define — and harder still to measure. It’s also, apparently, difficult to achieve: a survey from the IT governance professional’s organization ISACA found that nine in...
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[ad_1] Security researchers are warning that the technology underpinning many smart city deployments is susceptible to a range of cyber-attacks, enabling hackers to sabotage infrastructure in potentially life-threatening raids. IOActive’s latest research paper covers LoRaWAN, or the Long-Range Wide Area Network protocol which many low-powered IoT devices use to connect to the internet in scenarios...
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[ad_1] Immediately after news broke on January 12 that Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and Cardinal Robert Sarah had written a book on the crisis of the priesthood in the 21st-century Church, online hysteria erupted—which rather underscored the prudence of a New Year’s resolution I had recommended to concerned Catholics in a January 1 column: “Resolve...
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[ad_1] The Cyber Crime police of Visakhapatnam arrested four Nigerian nationals for conducting an online scam worth Rs. 39 crore. As per the information from the police officials, the accused used bulk SMS and fake emails under the name of Reserve Bank of India and cheated people in the name collecting donations for charity. The...
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[ad_1] In the end, the prospect of eye-watering costs and delays to the rollout of critical technology proved more daunting for the British government than American threats. On Tuesday, the U.S. lost its long battle to persuade the U.K. to ban China’s Huawei Technologies Co. from fifth-generation wireless networks. The decision to let Huawei build...
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[ad_1] Today is Data Privacy Day. Businesses and individuals around the world recognize January 28 as a day to raise awareness about data privacy challenges and reiterate data protection best practices. One of the things that is still often missed, though, is that it’s not realistic to approach data privacy from a militant perspective—you have...
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[ad_1] New York facial recognition startup Clearview AI – which has amassed a huge database of more than three billion images scraped from employment sites, news sites, educational sites, and social networks including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Venmo – is being sued in a potential class action lawsuit that claims the company gobbled up...
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[ad_1] As many as 31 million stolen payment card records from a 2019 breach at convenience store chain Wawa could soon be on sale on a notorious dark web marketplace. Stas Alforov and Christopher Thomas at threat intelligence firm Gemini Advisory claimed the upload of stolen data at the Joker’s Stash site began on Monday. Dubbed “BIGBADABOOM-III,”...
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by Dan Kobialka • Jan 28, 2020 Netsurion’s Guy Cunningham Netsurion, a Top 200 MSSP for 2019, has transformed its vision of becoming a master MSSP into “a reality,” VP of Channel and Alliances Guy Cunningham said in a prepared statement. The cybersecurity company doubled the number of endpoints under management via MSPs and signed...
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[ad_1] As our personal lives are enhanced with greater connectivity – faster download speeds, more powerful smartphones, cloud-enabled apps – IoT devices are quickly extending beyond novelty factor, proving that cross-device connectivity really does have its perks.  We can answer our door from work with Google Nest, ask Amazon Alexa for a new recipe, but...
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[ad_1] Dell Technologies today announced that Adrian McDonald will become the company’s new EMEA president, effective February 3 2020. McDonald brings over 30 years of IT leadership experience to the role and will be responsible for all businesses, including PCs, server, storage and services, across the Europe Middle East and Africa region. He will also...
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[ad_1] Security experts have broadly welcomed the UK’s decision to allow Huawei to participate in non-core 5G network infrastructure, even if nearly half of consumers believe the Chinese firm represents a cyber-threat. The government confirmed long-running rumors yesterday that it would defy Washington and allow the Shenzhen telecoms kit maker to contribute to its carriers’...
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[ad_1] Two men used the dark web to smuggle drugs into Victoria and mailed them out to customers using children’s toys and cushions as a cover. Steen McBeth, 29 and Jackson Li, 28, admitted importing and trafficking cocaine, ecstasy, ketamine and other drugs into the country for eight months in 2017. The men used bitcoin...
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[ad_1] As vehicles increasingly become technology-centric, manufacturers must make cybersecurity a priority for the security of passengers and data Tesla recently demonstrated its new electric pickup vehicle, the “Cybertruck,” which polarized public opinion. Some said it looks like a child’s sketch come to life, while others consider it a vision of the future. There were...
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