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Designing a doctoral program in cyber security for working professionals from...

A great research paper on the subject via this PDF.

Agenda Announced for Northern Virginia and Metropolitan Maryland chapters of ARMA...

Information Security In an Insecure World Wednesday, April 22, 2020, 8:15-4:45 Grant Thornton LLP,...

Webinar: What the ‘IG Maturity Index Report— 2020’ is Telling...

Description from registration site: Are organizations making sufficient progress in developing information governance (IG) programs? How can you determine if your...

Diversity in Tech Podcast Available

On this podcast, we’ll discover ways to increase representation in tech while sharing everyday stories of people of color in tech.

Configuration mistakes blamed for bulk of stolen records last year: IBM...

Misconfigured servers accounted for 86% of the record 8.5 billion records compromised in 2019 according to the article.

i-SIGMA provides recent listing of House and Senate Bills by State...

Check out the detailed list here

CISA Cyber Essentials: The Leaders Guide

The week of infographics and guides! Check out the NIST CISA Cyber Essentials guide here.

New HIPAA Security Risk Assessment Tool incorporates NIST framework

Version 3.1 of the HHS Security Risk Assessment (SRA) Tool features new functionality

Penetration Testers Arrested in Iowa Causing Controversy

Coalfire, a network penetration testing company, issued a press release regarding the arrest of their employees at an Iowa court house. ...

Hackers finding ways to exploit automotive software to overtake cars via...

This news is not new news to those who attend hacker cons, but it is important for car makers and auto suppliers...

Hacker education site – iR0nin – makes it easy for those...

Check out iRonin.com if you are interested to learn more about and keep up with cyber security. The about page says...

Chinese hacker group APT5 targets Fortinet and Pulse Secure VPN servers...

Researchers have discovered that a Chinese state-sponsored hacker group known as APT5 is targeting Fortinet and Pulse Secure enterprise VPN servers.

Google And NASA Are ‘Leaking Data’ Via Misconfigured Jira Servers reported...

"I have discovered several such misconfigured JIRA accounts in hundreds of companies. Some of the companies were from Alexa and Fortune top list including big giants like NASA, Google, Yahoo, etc and government sites." - Avinash Jain

Bad Actors are Impersonating CEO’s via Axios

Axios has created a report that shows how bad actors may impersonate CEO's to threaten stock prices, send mixed messages, and possibly...

Pledges to Not Pay Ransomware Hit Reality

While risk analysts and security experts continue to urge companies to secure systems against ransomware, they are now also advising that firms be ready to pay.

RSA Conference 2019: What You Need to Know by Dan Lohrmann

The 2019 version of RSA Conference in San Francisco has come and gone. Here are some of the product and session highlights, major themes and excellent resources to dig deeper into myriad cybersecurity and technology topics.

Winning Tactics for Becoming a Certified Records Manager (CRM)

So you want to become a Certified Records Manager (CRM)? For those of us in Records and Information Management (RIM), becoming a Certified...

Tips of the Month from the Privacy Professor!

by Rebecca Herold Balancing the Good with the Bad  Each month, I try to point...

URLHaus is a smash success so far: 100,000 malware sites down

via Peerlyst by Kim Crawley Web malware is huge. The web is now one of the top...

14 Ways to Create a Secure Password in 2019 (That you’ll...

by - Jack Foster Whether you are an individual or a business handling hundreds of pieces of sensitive data....

What is a Hacker?

January 2nd, 2019 - by Andrew Ysasi and guest writer Chris Robert If you are reading this, you may be here to get some validation...

21 Terrifying Cyber Crime Statistics

by VPN Geeks It may not be a nice topic to talk about, but it is essential that the world is aware of the terrifying...

Someone Hacked 50,000 Printers to Promote PewDiePie YouTube Channel

November 30, 2018 Mohit Kumar This may sound crazy, but it’s true! The war for "most-subscribed Youtube channel" crown between T-Series and PewDiePie just took an interesting turn after a hacker...