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March 4, 2020
What is DevOps and Why It’s Important A recent survey from Suse reveals that 86% of IT leaders (1400 surveyed) see DevOps as part of their future IT strategy, and 77% plan to incorporate DevOps methodology into their application development and delivery. So, what is DevOps, and why do organizations want to utilize it? These...
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The Rancho Bernardo Community Council is seeking candidates for its June election. In order to be eligible, candidates must be at least 18 years old, have lived in Rancho Bernardo for six months and have attended a least one council meeting prior to the June election. The council meets monthly at 6:30 p.m. on the...
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Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s global Life Sciences & Medical Technology Group held a Portugal Stakeholder Breakfast that brought together a delegation of government leaders and trade representatives from Portugal with relevant stakeholders in the Boston area to discuss collaboration between Portugal and Boston in the medtech, life sciences, and technology sectors. BOSTON, March 4, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/...
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Burnout is a condition that transcends industries. But Amanda Berlin, CEO of Mental Health Hackers, a nonprofit whose mission is to educate about the mental health risks faced by those in the infosec field, suggests three unique factors are at play when it comes to burnout impacting security operations professionals: 1) Perceived Lack of Business...
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The Cyberspace Solarium Commission will recommend that the Department of State establish a bureau focused on international cybersecurity efforts and emerging technologies as part of its forthcoming report, commissioners said March 3 at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The suggestion from the commission, made up of government and non-government cybersecurity experts developing cyber policy...
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At its core, identity and access management is really all about ensuring that a user’s identity is authenticated to a high degree of assurance, and that the user is authorized to access just the right services he or she needs to be productive and efficient. It may sound simplistic, but that’s really it. Access Management...
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The 80/20 rule, which was first introduced as Pareto’s principle in 1941 by American engineer Joseph Juran, suggests that 20 percent of your activities (in life, business, athletics, etc.) will account for 80 percent of your results. Simply put: work smarter, not harder.   How can we apply Pareto’s principle to cloud security? Within your security activities, what is the key 20 percent that will produce 80 percent of your results when it comes to reducing risk?  One effort that absolutely falls into the...
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Video streaming service Quibi, which will debut next month, has raised another $750 million in funding, according to the Wall Street Journal. That brings the total investment in an app hardly anyone’s seen to $1.75 billion. The company didn’t name the recent investors. And $400 million of that $750 million was raised at the end...
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by AT&T Cybersecurity • Mar 4, 2020 According to a 2019 Cyber Security Report published by the International Information System Security Certification Consortium, 93 percent of organizations say they are concerned about cloud security and 28 percent admit to having experienced cloud security incidents during the past year. The reality is, most companies lack the specialized knowledge...
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Welcome to our Environmental Legislative Updates. Throughout Connecticut’s legislative session, these updates highlight developments concerning environmental law and policy. The author prepares updates as Legislative Liaison of the Connecticut Bar Association’s Environmental Law Section. Pullman & Comley is pleased to offer them in this format to a wider audience. As the session proceeds, early updates...
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J.Crew notified a group of customers that an unauthorized third-party accessed their accounts nearly a year ago using their login credentials and obtained personal information, including the last four digits of payment card numbers, expiration dates, card types and billing addresses as well as order numbers, shipping confirmation numbers and shipment status. In a filing...
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In software development, we start with a “requirements specification” defining what the software is supposed to do. Voting machine security is often in the news, with suspicion the Russians are trying to subvert our elections. Would blockchain or mobile phone voting work? I don’t know. These things have tradeoffs that may or may not work,...
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Spammers have always been seen as the pond scum of the cyber crime world. No technical skill and little investment is required, and the attacks are easily thwarted by automated tools; even if a spam email does slip through, it is unlikely to do any damage so long as the recipient has any skepticism about...
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Home > Security News > Vulnerabilities ESET researchers revealed during a talk at RSA Conference 2020 a vulnerability found in more than one billion WiFi-enabled devices and access points that could allow an attacker to partially read encrypted data being transmitted. Dubbed KrØØk, CVE-2019-12126 is a previously unknown vulnerability found in WiFi chips from Broadcom...
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Law360 (March 4, 2020, 4:36 PM EST) — Reports that President Donald Trump offered to pardon Julian Assange on the condition that Assange deny that Russians hacked into the Democratic National Committee database likely surprised few. The president has used the magisterial powers of his office in seeking a wide array of personal and political...
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Home > Security News > Podcasts This year, the coronavirus joined hippies, counterculture figures and hip tech geniuses who have made the trek to San Francisco. Well, the coronavirus itself didn’t surface during RSA, but it certainly was the talk of the town. In this podcast Cymatic Chief Security and Trust Officer Malcolm Harkins discusses...
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Security researchers observed a new strain of ransomware called “PwndLocker” targeting the networks of enterprises and U.S. cities. Sources told Bleeping Computer that PwndLocker ransomware started up in late 2019, infecting several U.S. cities and organizations in the months that followed. Those victims included Lasalle County in Illinois, a government body from which the threat...
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By Lorie Hailey Employees can be one of the biggest threats to a company’s cybersecurity, but with the right training, they can be armed with the tools to form a frontline defense against cybercriminals. Internet crime is one of the fastest growing security threats in the United States. The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)...
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Life on hold for the coronavirus Italy has shut down all of its schools, the latest step in a sprawling effort to halt the spread of the coronavirus that has kept hundreds of millions of students out of classrooms and day cares around the world. It’s just one of a host of life-altering measures taken...
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OWASP Threat Dragon! Big News in the Threat Modeling racket: OWASP has released version 1.0 of it’s highly awaited threat modeling platform as a free, open source and cross-platform tool. Monikered OWASP Threat Dragon, installers have been built, the rule engine is in-place, integration with other tools is live and an ostensibly well-crafted UX comes...
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