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| |Why People Forget Their Email Passwords The Most Often Many users save their email password and so dont remember it if they have to enter or reset it, says NordPass.
| |CompTIA Joins The Battle To Recruit High School And College Students Into Cybersecurity The certification company will host prep sessions for the National Cyber Leagues cybersecurity competitions for individuals and teams.
| |Framing The Security Story: The Simplest Threats Are The Most Dangerous Dont be distracted by flashy advanced attacks and ignore the more mundane ones.
| |Credit Card Skimmers Target E-commerce Websites Running Microsoft IIS And ASP.NET Attackers are looking for credit card numbers on Microsoft IIS servers running an older and vulnerable version of ASP.NET, says Malwarebytes.
| |How To Enable Two-factor Authentication For Bitwarden If you use Bitwarden as your password manager of choice, you owe it to yourself to enable two-factor authentication.
| |Bitdefender Unveils Human Risk Analytics To Protect Against Human Error Part of the companys GravityZone product, the new feature analyzes user mistakes and errors to help track and mitigate them.
| |65% Of Organizations Saw At Least 3 OT System Intrusions Within The Past Year As OT tech becomes more advanced, so do the cybersecurity concerns surrounding it, Fortinet found.
| |Applying The 80-20 Rule To Cybersecurity How security teams can achieve 80% of the benefit for 20% of the work.
| |Remote Workers Arent Taking Security Seriously. Now That Has To Change IT teams help can mitigate the risks of shadow IT by being more flexible and adapting to the needs of remote workers, according to a new study.
| |How To Ensure The Integrity Of Your Encrypted Drive While Its Hibernating In MacOS Enabling full-disk encryption to keep documents secure is highly recommended. By default, macOS does not maintain integrity while hibernating. But theres a fix for that.
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