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| |One Billion Certificates Later, Lets Encrypts Crazy Dream To Secure The Web Is Coming True Commentary: Lets Encrypt cofounder Josh Aas is quick to deflect praise, but each of us has a great deal to thank him for, as 85% of page loads are now secured.
| |How To Protect Your Data Against The Mail.app Vulnerability In Apple Devices A recent bug discovered can allow your device to be compromised through Apples default Mail application, but until a patch is released, follow these steps to protect yourself.
| |Cloud Services Are The New Critical Infrastructure. Can We Rely On Them? If cloud services vendors successfully asked themselves these three questions, wed all be better off.
| |How To Prevent Unattended SSH Connections From Remaining Connected Preventing idle SSH sessions from remaining connected is an easy way to add a bit more security to secure shell. Find out how.
| |How To Use The New Vivaldi Tracking Feature The latest release of the Vivaldi web browser includes one of the easiest to use tracker blockers on the market.
| |How To Secure Sensitive Data And Technology When A Remote Employee Leaves If an employee decides to pursue another job during the coronavirus pandemic, organizations must be prepared to keep proprietary data and company technology safe.
| |Container Security Meets Kubernetes: What IT Pros Need To Know Docker brought containers into the enterprise; static scanning makes sure they are secure when the images are created. Who watches them when they run?
| |COVID-19 Quarantine: A Unique Learning Opportunity For Defenders Use these spare moments at home to master new skills that will help protect your organization and enhance your career.
| |Adult Dating Site Attacks Targeted Colleges With Remote Access Trojan Aimed at students and faculty at colleges in the US, this phishing campaign tried to infect machines with the Hupigon remote access trojan, says security provider Proofpoint.
| |Kapersky Offers Free Cybersecurity Training To Assist Teams Working Remotely Telecommuting comes with its own set of cybersecurity risks. Kaspersky has announced a free training module to help remote teams make more informed cybersecurity decisions.
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