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March 8, 2020
[ad_1] A new start-up software development company aims to be the No.1 Maori information and communications technology (ICT) provider for Tairawhiti. The five-member team behind the business want to bridge the gap between Te Ao Maori (the Maori world) and custom software development by providing digital solutions, developed with kaupapa, te reo (language) and tikanga...
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[ad_1] U.S. President Donald Trump is dispatching his point man on Huawei Technologies to Ottawa Monday to press the Trudeau government on barring the Chinese telecom giant from next-generation 5G wireless networks in Canada. Robert Blair, White House special representative for international telecommunications, will be laying out U.S. national-security objections over Huawei’s 5G wireless gear...
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[ad_1] Chrome dark mode is a new look for the web browser that changes its standard white interface to shades of black and gray – but why is that important, and how can you activate it? There are several reasons to choose Chrome dark mode. On mobile devices, perhaps the biggest factor is battery life....
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[ad_1] Boots, a UK pharmacy chain, has suspended payments on the loyalty cards of 14.4 million active customers after its security team spotted “unusual” activity on a number of Boots Advantage Card accounts. It wasn’t hacked, the company said in a statement, and this isn’t what you’d classify as a breach. Intruders didn’t get into...
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[ad_1] Amer Sharaf and Dr Bushra Al Blooshi address the media at the press conference in Jumeirah Emirates Towers on Sunday. Yousuf Al Amir/Al Khaleej Mariecar Jara-Puyod, Senior Reporter Taking the lead and looking forward to a much secure and safer country, the six-year-old Dubai Electronic Security Center (DECS) on Sunday announced the implementation of...
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[ad_1] Customizable reports of all the users and computers in your directory are essential for maintaining a secure and compliant IT environment. Industry compliance frameworks like PCI require proof that any user accounts inactive for 90 days are consistently removed. Left stagnant, these accounts can be vulnerable to cyberattacks. They also clutter your directory, making...
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[ad_1] Election technology was catapulted into the national spotlight last month when an app developed by Shadow, was used by the Iowa Democratic Party to transmit caucus results. The app led to delayed reporting and mass confusion. Many political pundits proclaimed that this would delay the adoption of mobile voting for years to come.  However,...
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[ad_1] One day, just after I had dropped my son off at school, I was sent a horrific video on WhatsApp. It made me question how images and videos of child sex abuse come to be made, and how they can be openly circulated on social media. And I wanted one answer above all –...
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[ad_1] A sneak peek of the product page for the upcoming Ring Video Doorbell 3 shows some upgrades over the Video Doorbell 2. Dave Zatz at Zatz Not Funny discovered the product page (it’s since been removed, apparently), which included a “pre-roll” feature for the doorbell’s Plus model that captures four seconds of black-and-white video...
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by Joe Panettieri • Mar 6, 2020 U.S. defense contractor CPI suffered a ransomware attack in January 2020, paid hackers a $500,000 extortion fee, and is still recovering from the attack as of March 5, TechCrunch reports. CPI, short for Communications & Power Industries, employs roughly 1,800 people and generated sales of roughly $504 million...
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[ad_1] If you’re planning on making a major career move, take a cue from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal resignation. They left an institution with its established culture, responsibilities and expectations to embark upon the unknown. As speculation builds around their new ventures, charities and passion projects, lessons can be gleaned from their experiences...
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[ad_1] Microsoft® Active Directory® (AD) was designed to function as the center of an IT admin’s world. It gave IT teams a way to securely connect users to all on-prem resources (such as systems, applications, and networks) they needed. However, today’s corporate environment favors cloud-based, cross-platform IT infrastructure for its convenience and increased security over...
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[ad_1] The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) revealed on Wednesday that it had handed Cathay Pacific a £500,000 fine for failing to protect the personal data of more than 111,000 UK travellers. But security experts warned that the Hong Kong flag-carrier could have been hit with a much higher penalty had the breach taken place after...
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[ad_1] THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As the state is facing yet another threat of coronavirus spread, attempts were made to hack the e-health website of the health department. However, Health Minister KK Shailaja has informed that no documents were lost from the website. “There has been an attempt to hack the website. However, no details were lost as...
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[ad_1] World Health Organization updates have been a vital source of information for governments and health professionals to stay across Coronavirus (COVID-19). But did you ever pause to think that these might be fake? Cyber criminals have seized upon COVID-19 as an opportunity to try to trick people into revealing their personal, banking and other...
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[ad_1] This International Women’s Day we celebrate the theme #EqualForEqual. Here, a collection of some of our favorite pieces produced by, or featuring, women in our industry over the last year. These include profiles of industry leaders, conference sessions led by women, and popular writing here on the Sonatype blog. This small sample shows the...
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[ad_1] International Women’s Day is taking place a day before the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women holds a drastically scaled down one-day event so delegations in New York can adopt a draft political declaration commemorating the 25th anniversary of the 1995 U.N. conference in Beijing that adopted the wide-ranging plan to achieve gender...
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[ad_1] To celebrate International Women’s Day we invite you to this all-female splinter episode. We discuss privacy, biometrics, machine learning, social media, getting into cybersecurity and, of course, what it’s like to be a woman in tech. Host Anna Brading is joined by Sophos experts Hillary Sanders, Michelle Farenci and Alice Duckett. Listen now! [ad_2]...
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[ad_1] This International Women’s Day, we want to draw your attention to a special cadre of women AppSec superstars. Each of the women listed here plays an integral role in the development and progress of application security in their respective organizations. With a wide variety of backgrounds, specialties, and roles, these women are used to...
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[ad_1] Cathay Pacific has been issued a £500,000 penalty by the UK’s data watchdog for security lapses which exposed the personal details of some 9.4 million customers globally — 111,578 of whom were from the UK. The penalty, which is the maximum fine possible under relevant UK law, was announced today by the Information Commissioner’s...
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