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| |More Than 99% Of Attacks In The Past Year Relied On Human Error To Gain Access Experiencing a data breach purely from being internet-connected is quite rare. Hackers rely on users to open or install a malicious payload, according to Proofpoint.
| |From Spyware To Ninja Cable Attackers dont need sophisticated James Bondian hardware to break into your company. Sometimes a $99 device will do.
| |Google Hopes To Protect Users With Open Source Differential Privacy Library Googles differential privacy library will give organizations a way to study their data while protecting peoples information.
| |Trust But Verify Attestation With Revocation Posted by Rob Barnes Shawn Willden, Android Security Privacy Team [Cross-posted from the Android Developers Blog]Billions of people rely on their Android-powered devices to securely store their sensitive information. A vital component...
| |HiddenWall – Create Hidden Kernel Modules 6th Sep 2019 [13 days ago] from DarkNet HiddenWall is a Linux kernel module generator used to create hidden kernel modules to protect your server from attackers. It supports custom rules with netfilter (block ports, hidden mode, rootkit functions etc).The motivation is basically...
| |Why Businesses Fail To Address DNS Security Exposures Increasing awareness about the critical importance of DNS security is the first step in improving the risk of being attacked. Its time to get proactive.
| |How To Manage Your Windows Computers And Devices Learn how to add, remove, and otherwise manage your Windows 10 devices at your Microsoft Account site.
| |How To Sign Into Your Microsoft Account Website Without A Password Learn how to sign in to your Microsoft Account site using your fingerprint, face, or a physical security key via Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge.
| |Automation: Friend Of The SOC Analyst Faced by increasingly sophisticated threats, organizations are realizing the benefits of automation in their cybersecurity programs.
| |Its Not Healthy To Confuse Compliance With Security Healthcare organizations should be alarmed by the frequency and severity of cyberattacks. Dont assume youre safe from them just because youre compliant with regulations.
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