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How to Create an Effective Cybersecurity Routine

by James Daily When it comes to your business security and company safety, there’s currently nothing more important than...

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.

Amazon offers up regulatory guidelines for facial recognition

By Stephanie Condon for Between the Lines | February 8, 2019 -- 00:42 GMT (16:42 PST) |  As lawmakers consider ways to ensure that...

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...

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...

When is Blockchain not secure? Learn why you need Blockchain Defender

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5 Ways Small Security Teams Can Defend Like Fortune 500 Companies

Keep your company protected with a mix of old- and new-school technologies.

Information Security – $25 Billion Industry

This graphic shows only a sampling of companies in each category.  Data cumulative through March 2018 and collected by Venture Scanner

Putting the CISSP and other certifications into perspective

Paco Hope Principal Security Consultant at Amazon Web Services May 8, 2018 Certifications exist for a specific reason. Like many other things in life they are proxies that help non-specialised people...

Critical flaws revealed to affect most Intel chips since 1995

Most Intel processors and some ARM chips are confirmed to be vulnerable, putting billions of devices at risk of attacks. One of the security researchers said the bugs are "going to haunt us for years."