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| |Microsoft: This Is How To Protect Your Machine-learning Applications Understanding failures and attacks can help us build safer AI applications.
| |Microsoft Office 365: This New Feature Will Keep You Safe From Malware-filled Documents Application Guard for Office and Safe Documents will make phishing attacks harder and the Office experience better for users, starting with Office 365 Pro Plus and E5 licences.
| |5 Big Lessons From The Work-From-Home SOC Accustomed to working in the same room, security teams now must find ways to operate effectively in the new remote reality.
| |Increased Credential Threats In The Age Of Uncertainty Increased Credential Threats in the Age of Uncertainty
| |Mozilla Ranks Video Call Apps By Security And Privacy Features 12 of the 15 most popular video call apps meet Mozillas Minimum Security Standards, according to a new report.
| |Cybersecurity Professionals Are Being Repurposed During COVID-19 Pandemic 47% of respondents have been temporarily moved to assist with IT-related tasks during remote work, (ISC)2 survey finds.
| |Tech Company Offers Free Online Cybersecurity Training Courses Conscious of the state of employment during the pandemic, as well as after, Fortinet offers an opportunity to build skill sets from home.
| |Research Shows Malware Is Easy To Buy, Own, And Deploy With just a few Bitcoins and a quick search of Dark Web marketplaces, bad actors can become the owners of powerfully malicious tools.
| |Whats Your Cybersecurity Architecture Integration Business Plan? To get the most out of your enterprise cybersecurity products, they need to work together. But getting those products talking to each other isnt easy.
| |Android Ransomware Attack Spoofs The FBI With Accusation Of Pornography The attack accuses victims of possessing pornography, encrypts all files on the device, and then instructs them to pay a fine to unlock the data, according to Check Point Research.
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