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| |New Research: Lessons From Password Checkup In Action Posted by Jennifer Pullman, Kurt Thomas, and Elie Bursztein, Spam and Abuse researchBack in February, we announced the Password Checkup extension for Chrome to help keep all your online accounts safe from hijacking. The extension displays...
| |Why Companies Fail To Learn From Peers Mistakes (and How They Can Change) Far too often, theres a new breach in the headlines. Companies need to start learning some obvious lessons.
| |Why Adware And Trojans Plague The Education Industry The education sector is difficult to defend against malware because of the large number of outside devices connecting as guests on school networks, according to a Malwarebytes report.
| |Microservices Flip App Security On Its Head With faster application deployment comes increased security considerations.
| |How To Change A Root Password In A Docker Image If you deploy Docker containers based on an official imagine, you might want to set a root password for heightened security.
| |The California Consumer Privacy Acts Hidden Surprise Has Big Legal Consequences The CCPAs provision devoted to reasonable cybersecurity procedures and policies could trip up your business. Get ready now.
| |Android Q: Cheat Sheet Android Qs features will transform some phones into more user-friendly, customizable, and secure environments. Heres what developers, businesses, and users need to know about Googles Android 10.0.
| |History Doesnt Repeat Itself In Cyberspace The 10th anniversary of the US Cyber Command is an opportunity to prepare for unknowns in the rapidly changing cybersecurity landscape.
| |Using AppSec Statistics To Drive Better Outcomes This is the 14th year that we are publishing our annual WhiteHat Security Application Security Statistics report. Over the years, this report has become the authoritative take on the state of application security globally. In 2017 and...
| |How To Get Rid Of Google Passwords On Your Android Device Android users can now verify their identity via fingerprint or screen lock, rather than a password, according to a Google Security Blog post.
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