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| |3 Ways To Flatten The Health Data Hacking Curve With more people working from home, health data security is more challenging but vitally important. These tips can help safeguard healthcare data.
| |Botnet Encyclopedia Helps Security Teams Analyze Suspicious Activity In Data Centers New resource lists source IPs, connect-back servers, and attack flows for established campaigns and emerging threats.
| |Why Everyone Should Care About Disinformation Campaigns Fortalice CEO and former White House CIO Theresa Payton explains why disinformation is such a potent threat.
| |2020 Sees Rise In Invoice And Payment Fraud BEC Attacks Abnormal Security found a 75% increase in this type of campaign in the first three months of the year and a spike of 200% from April to May.
| |ID Theft: Fake Google Alerts Are Now Delivering Malware E-mails telling you that your data has been compromised are now sometimes fake. Be careful what you click on.
| |11 Weeks Of Android: Privacy And Security Posted by Charmaine DSilva, Product Lead, Android Privacy and Framework, Narayan Kamath, Engineering Lead, Android Privacy and Framework, Stephan Somogyi, Product Lead, Android Security and Sudhi Herle, Engineering Lead, Android Security...
| |Tall Order For Small Businesses: 3 Tips To Find Tailored Security Solutions SMBs are responsible for nearly 44% of US economic activity, but given the current climate, it can be difficult for them to find available and/or affordable resources.
| |IBM Research Releases Differential Privacy Library That Works With Machine Learning The open-source repository is unique in that most tasks can be run with only a single line of code, according to the company.
| |Non-profit Launches New Programs To Increase Diversity In Cybersecurity Industry Cybersecurity group pivots from speaking engagements and scholarships to analyzing skill gaps and connecting candidates with employers.
| |Microsoft Edge Browser: This New Password Monitor Helps Keep Your Data Safe The new Edge browser will soon warn you if one of your passwords shows up in a data breach -- a feature based on an Azure service that enterprises can already use to protect user passwords.
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