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Virginia Takes Different Tack Than California With Data Privacy Law
18th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from DarkReading
Online businesses targeting Virginia consumers and have personal data of 100,000 consumers in the state must conform to the new statute.
LastPass Password Management App: A Cheat Sheet
17th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from TechRepublic
This guide covers the basics about the password management app LastPass, including its newly announced free cross-platform access.
LastPass: A Cheat Sheet
17th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from TechRepublic
This comprehensive guide covers everything you need to know about password management app LastPass, including its newly announced free cross-platform access.
Kaspersky: Goofing Off A Little At Work May Help Security Teams Stay Focused
17th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from TechRepublic
The security company found that 85% of workers spend up to five hours a week watching YouTube, listening to podcasts, or exercising during work hours.
Ransomware? Lets Call It What It Really Is: Extortionware
17th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from DarkReading
Just as the targets of these attacks have shifted from individuals to corporations, so too has the narrow focus given way to applying force and pressure to pay.
Top 5 Things To Know About Adversarial Attacks
17th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from TechRepublic
Machine learning is helpful to many organizations in the tech industry, but it can have a downside. Tom Merritt lists five things to know about adversarial attacks.
Microsofts Power BI Gets New Tools To Prevent Leakage Of Confidential Data
17th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from TechRepublic
Information protection makes sure that only people with permissions see data in Power BI, while retaining the ability to share top-level trends, balancing productivity and security.
Adversarial Attacks: 5 Things To Know
17th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from TechRepublic
Machine learning is helpful to many organizations in the tech industry, but it can have a downside. Tom Merritt lists five things to know about adversarial attacks.
Mitigating Memory Safety Issues In Open Source Software
17th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from Google Security
Posted by Dan Lorenc, Infrastructure Security TeamMemory-safety vulnerabilities have dominated the security field for years and often lead to issues that can be exploited to take over entire systems.A recent study found that "~70% of the...
4 Predictions For The Future Of Privacy
17th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from DarkReading
Use these predictions to avoid pushback, find opportunity, and create value for your organization.
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