#Facebook fixed a new #security bug

This bug would have allowed the massive collection of the social network users’ data Facebook cybersecurity and digital forensics teams have detected another security bug in the underlying code base of the social network that could have allowed a malicious hacker to inadvertently collect a massive amount of sensitive information…

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How Do You Get Students to Think Like #Criminals?

Between September 2017 and August 2018, employers in the United States posted 313,735 job openings for cybersecurity professionals. Filling those jobs would mean increasing the country’s current cybersecurity work force of 715,000 people by more than 40 percent, according to data presented at the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education Conference…

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Many Shortcomings #Plague #Cybersecurity

Everyone has a stake, and most are at fault, one way or another. The United States needs to take a multifaceted approach to cybersecurity to ameliorate problems affecting every sector of government and society, said experts in a panel comprising women in the cyber arena. Two officials each from industry…

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#Cyber #Security ETFs to Shine on Robust Earnings

mid the broad market sell-off, the cyber security industry appears well poised on higher IT spending budgets, increased cybercrimes and better-than-expected earnings for the July-September quarter. Most of the cyber security firms beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate for both earnings and revenues and offered robust guidance (read: Must-Watch ETF Areas…

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#Cyber-#hacking shocks

Time was when a bank meant a solid institution providing absolute financial security, which one approached with some trepidation for opening an account and later, with an apologetic smile, approached the manager for the inevitable overdraft. The relatively fewer frauds were hatched by crooked bankers or attributed to customer naivety…

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