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| |Why Security Is The Top Barrier In Enterprise Cloud Adoption At RSA 2019, Richard Bird of Ping Identity discussed identity-related security issues and solutions for enterprises.
| |Why The NYCx Cybersecurity Moonshot Challenge Is Relatable To Small Businesses And Entrepreneurs The deputy CTO for the New York City mayors office explains why a people-centered approach is key to smart cities, STEM programs, and any technology, and ultimately to a better society.
| |How Digital Transformation Affects The People Of New York City Dan Patterson spoke with the deputy CTO for the NYC mayors office about taking a community-centered approach to digital transformation and cybersecurity, as well as its Moonshot Challenge.
| |Disclosing Vulnerabilities To Protect Users Across Platforms Posted by Clement Lecigne, Threat Analysis GroupOn Wednesday, February 27th, we reported two 0-day vulnerabilities — previously publicly-unknown vulnerabilities — one affecting Google Chrome and another in Microsoft Windows that were...
| |IoT Anomaly Detection 101: Data Science To Predict The Unexpected Yes! You can predict the chance of a mechanical failure or security breach before it happens . Heres how.
| |5G Cybersecurity Concerns And Physical Challenges: What You Need To Know Dan Patterson discusses how 5G will enable IoT, AR, VR, 3D renderings, and more. He also talks about the numerous cybersecurity concerns with 5G.
| |Debunking 5 Myths About Zero Trust Security
| |How To Enable And Configure Auditd On CentOS 7 Learn how to install Auditd on CentOS 7 and how to add a new rule to watch for file system changes.
| |4 Ways At-Work Apps Are Vulnerable To Attack Collaboration applications make users and IT teams more efficient. But they come with an added cost: security.
| |Termite And EarthWorm Testing Tool Weaponized To Create Multi-platform Botnet Hacker groups in Asia have weaponized the networking and pentesting tools in a series of attacks first identified in March 2018, as well as the high-profile SingHealth attack.
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