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Security Pros Beware: VPNFilter Malware Is More Dangerous Than First Thought
7th Jun 2018 [11 days ago] from TechRepublic
A new research report indicates the VPNFilter has a longer reach than first thought, and simply rebooting your router is not enough.
Why Business Might Not Want To Use Gmail Confidential Mode
7th Jun 2018 [11 days ago] from TechRepublic
Googles new mail features might prove to be a big issue for litigation and corporate investigations due to the compliance and e-discovery complications it creates, says Relativity e-Discoverys David Horrigan.
How Carbonite Secures Cloud Data As Cyber Threats Get More Sophisticated
6th Jun 2018 [11 days ago] from TechRepublic
Norman Guadagno, SVP of marketing at Carbonite, explained how his company guards business and personal data against increasingly complex security risks.
Here Are The 2 Biggest IT Priorities For Boards Of Directors
6th Jun 2018 [12 days ago] from TechRepublic
As cybersecurity threats reach an all-time high, the 2018 KPMG/Harvey Nash CIO survey found that more companies plan to boost investments in data privacy and security.
DOD Looks To The Cloud For Browser Security
6th Jun 2018 [12 days ago] from DarkReading
The US Department of Defense just published its cloud browser strategy. Whats yours?
Why Your Security Camera Footage Could Be At Risk In A Ransomware Attack
6th Jun 2018 [12 days ago] from TechRepublic
Theres more at risk during a ransomware attack than you think-images, videos, and other media could be targeted as well.
Attackers Can Hide Malware In Archive Files With Zip Slip Flaw; Heres How To Fight It
6th Jun 2018 [12 days ago] from TechRepublic
A newly revealed vulnerability affecting open source software libraries should have you worried about the security of your coding projects.
How To Use Google Automation Tools To Avoid Accidental Data Exposure
6th Jun 2018 [12 days ago] from TechRepublic
Scott Ellis, product manager of Google Cloud Platform, shared proactive steps users can take to prevent data stored on Googles infrastructure from falling into the wrong hands.
Strutting Past The Equifax Breach: Lessons Learned
6th Jun 2018 [12 days ago] from DarkReading
In hindsight, there were two likely causes for last years massive breach: the decision to use Apache Struts, and a failure to patch in a timely fashion. Both are still a recipe for disaster.
How Hackers Can Mine Cryptocurrency In Your Serverless Computing Environment
6th Jun 2018 [12 days ago] from TechRepublic
A newly revealed attack could allow hackers to hijack serverless cloud computing functions to mine cryptocurrency at scale while you pay the bill.
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