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Why student data privacy hacks can have long-term effects on students and their families Every school district is required to comply with student data privacy and online safety regulations from the Federal government and the state where the district is located. However, even if there were no regulations governing student data privacy, you would still...
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Dining, hospitality and entertainment corporation Landry’s notified customers of a security incident that might have affected their payment card data. On December 31, Landry’s revealed that it first learned of the incident after it detected unauthorized activity on the payment processing systems for its restaurant outlets as well as its food and beverage locations. The...
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The work world continues its metamorphosis as organizations increasingly leverage technology to modernize their business strategies. As the pace of change intensifies, many companies just cannot compete as competition rains in from every direction. “Digital platforms now deliver immense value, enabling us to connect, collaborate and broaden our minds – raising awareness about important issues,...
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Despite a global shortage of cybersecurity expertise that is often described as nothing less than chronic, a global salary survey of 1,324 cybersecurity professionals finds nearly half the respondents (48%) earn less than $50,000 a year. Only 36% earn more than $70,000 a year, the survey finds. The survey, conducted by Cynet, a provider of...
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Expect to hear a lot about deepfakes in 2020. It’s not that manipulating images is anything new, but with technology advantages and the increasing use of biometrics as an authentication tool, deepfakes will impact cybersecurity efforts. For example, cybercriminals are now perfecting deepfakes to impersonate people to steal money and anything that might be valuable....
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Artificial intelligence (AI) has crept into many aspects of our lives, from Google Maps to Alexa to our cars. At the same time, we rely more and more on internet of things (IoT) devices such as smart locks and dishwashers. So much so that the trinity of AI, IoT and 5G continues to be the...
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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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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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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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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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#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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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 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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As we close out 2019, we at Security Boulevard wanted to highlight the five most popular articles of the year. Following is the fifth in our weeklong series of the Best of 2019. Privacy. We all know what it is, but in today’s fully connected society can anyone actually have it? For many years, it...
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The Siemplify Blog is one of the easiest and most prolific ways we communicate with the security operations community at large. Thank you for your loyal readership in 2019, and please enjoy seven of the most-read posts published over the past 12 months. And be sure to keep visiting next year, as more amazing content...
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Technology December 31, 2019 Freight matching marketplace restores “most major services” after 11 days. By Ben Ames The malware software virus that hamstrung freight matching marketplace truckstop.com over the holiday peak season was a ransomware attack, but “most major services” are now back up and the disruption did not compromise any customers’ personal data, the...
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