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Infrared AI Cameras At Polling Places Could Spot Voters With A Fever To Detect Potential Coronavirus Carriers
19th Mar 2020 [9 days ago] from TechRepublic
Security company is using thermal imaging and AI to identify people with a temperature of 100 degrees.
Bring Sanity And Security To Infection Outbreaks With A Malware Response Plan
19th Mar 2020 [9 days ago] from TechRepublic
Find out how to deal with a security breach and protect your data and your network from another attack using this 37-step incident response checklist.
Cybercriminals Exploiting Coronavirus Outbreak With Virus-themed Sales On The Dark Web
19th Mar 2020 [9 days ago] from TechRepublic
Malicious COVID-19 domains and special virus-themed sales on the dark web are two ways criminals are using the outbreak to ramp up business, said security provider Check Point.
COVID-19 Demonstrates The Need For Disaster Recovery And Business Continuity Plans
19th Mar 2020 [9 days ago] from TechRepublic
The coronavirus may put organizations at risk through short staffing or unavailable workers and services, but disaster recovery and business continuity plans can help sustain business operations.
How To Listen To Port Traffic On A Linux Server
19th Mar 2020 [9 days ago] from TechRepublic
Every network administrator needs to know how to listen to port traffic on a server. Heres one way to do it on Linux.
Cyber Resilience Benchmarks 2020
19th Mar 2020 [9 days ago] from DarkReading
Here are four things that separate the leaders from the laggards when fighting cyber threats.
Achieving DevSecOps Requires Cutting Through The Jargon
19th Mar 2020 [9 days ago] from DarkReading
Establishing a culture where security can work easily with developers starts with making sure they can at least speak the same language.
Healthcare Devices At Higher Cybersecurity Risk Now Due To COVID-19
19th Mar 2020 [9 days ago] from TechRepublic
Much of the US healthcare system is running on outdated software and unsupported operating systems, such as Windows 7, leaving devices vulnerable to hackers who are actively exploiting the coronavirus.
IT Security Report Finds 97% Have Suspicious Network Activity
19th Mar 2020 [9 days ago] from TechRepublic
The suspicious network activities revealed in the research by Positive Technologies are traffic hiding, VPN tunneling, connections to the Tor anonymous network, and network proxying.
Libya-based Hackers Using Coronavirus Pandemic To Spread Mobile Surveillance Malware
18th Mar 2020 [10 days ago] from TechRepublic
The drastic spread of coronavirus across the world has not stopped cybercriminals from exploiting fear to hack into devices.
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