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| |Why Military Veterans Might Be Key To Closing The Cybersecurity Jobs Gap Discover why it might be prudent to hire veterans who are already trained in cybersecurity and understand the concepts of militarization.
| |How IoT Medical Devices Save Your Life And Threaten Your Privacy Consumers increasingly depend upon IoT devices to help them do everything from improving sleep to monitoring blood sugar levels. In the process, they may be giving up more privacy than expected.
| |500K Android Users Hit With Malware, And What To Do If Youre Infected 13 malicious apps ended up on the Google Play store. Heres how to stay protected.
| |Why E-commerce Is Winning: Most Americans Now Trust Online Retailers With Their Data Despite conflicting opinions about online privacy, customers choose to shop with companies that take reasonable security precautions.
| |To Stockpile Or Not To Stockpile Zero-Days? As the debate rages on, there is still no simple answer to the question of whether the government should stockpile or publicly disclose zero-day vulnerabilities.
| |How To Install Fail2ban On Ubuntu Server 18.04 Your Ubuntu Server might be vulnerable to attacks. To prevent unwanted logins, Jack Wallen shows you how to install intrusion detection system, fail2ban.
| |Cybersecurity At The Core For too long, cybersecurity has been looked at as one teams responsibility. If we maintain that mentality, we will fail.
| |How To Restore Windows Server Backups From Corrupt Catalogs Check out these six ways to mitigate against corruption and bounce back from a server failure.
| |8 Security Buzzwords That Are Too Good To Be True If you cant get straight answers about popular industry catchphrases, maybe its time to ask your vendor: How do you actually use the technology?
| |85% Of Enterprises Allow Employees To Access Data From Personal Devices, Security Risks Abound As consumerization becomes the norm in most industries, devices attached to your organization require proper security protocols.
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