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| |20 Questions To Ask During A Real (or Manufactured) Security Crisis There are important lessons to be learned from a crisis, even the ones that are more fiction than fact.
| |Tech News Roundup: Amazon Prime Day, EA Gaming Services Vulnerabilities, And The Basics Of Multicloud This weeks TechRepublic and ZDNet news stories include the brand battle between Apple and Microsoft, Word documents containing malicious links, and the future of on-premises databases.
| |Amazon Prime Day, EA Gaming Services Vulnerabilities, And The Basics Of Multicloud This weeks TechRepublic and ZDNet news stories include the brand battle between Apple and Microsoft, Word documents containing malicious links, and the future of on-premises databases.
| |DevOps Will Fail Unless Security And Developer Teams Communicate Better DevOps initiatives have become important for 74% of organizations over the past year, but communication must improve for DevOps to be successful, according to Trend Micro.
| |Disarming Employee Weaponization Human vulnerability presents a real threat for organizations. But its also a remarkable opportunity to turn employees into our strongest cyber warriors.
| |Top 5 Things To Know About Europes SCA Rules Europes Strong Customer Authentication compliance regulations go into effect in September 2019. Tom Merritt explains five things you need to know to get ready for SCA.
| |In Cybercrimes Evolution, Active, Automated Attacks Are The Latest Fad Staying ahead can feel impossible, but understanding that perfection is impossible can free you to make decisions about managing risk.
| |How Organizations Can Better Protect Themselves Against Supply Chain Security Threats Running regular anti-malware scans and blocking malicious IP addresses are two strategies. But organizations need to do more to defend themselves against security risks from supply chain partners, according to (ISC)2.
| |Cyberwar Risk: Utilities Fail To Patch Critical Security Vulnerabilities Often Enough The potential risks associated with compromised systems are severe. Given the prospects of a potential cyberwar, utilities should place a greater emphasis on security.
| |The Case For Encryption: Fact Vs. Fiction The common belief that encryption enables bad behavior primarily used by thieves, international terrorists, and other villainous characters is simply not true. Heres why.
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