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| |Americans Overestimate Their Online Safety, Despite Putting Forward Little Effort A survey of 10,000 Americans found that 90% believe they are doing enough to protect themselves online, though less than half are even doing the bare minimum.
| |The Fine Line Of Feedback: 6 Tips For Talking To Security Pros Feedback is a two-way street in terms of giving, receiving, and knowing how to give and receive.
| |Quantifying Measurable Security Posted by Eugene Liderman, Android Security Privacy Team With Google I/O this week you are going to hear about a lot of new features in Android that are coming in Q. One thing that you will also hear about is how every new Android release...
| |How To Enable BitLocker On Non-TPM Macs Its easy to add Microsofts drive encrypting BitLocker protection to your non-TPM enabled Mac computers hosting Windows via Boot Camp or third-party VM.
| |Not All Heroes Wear Capes: Introducing Our Superstar Executive Assistant Nev Dooley As most people know, there are a lot of moving parts that go into running a cybersecurity company. With products and solutions constantly being updated and delivered to end users, employees have to stay up to date with the latest cyberthreats...
| |The Big E-Crime Pivot Criminals have begun to recognize that enterprise ransomware offers tremendous financial advantage over the more traditional tactics of wire fraud and account takeover.
| |90% Of Data Breaches In US Occur In New York And California Half a billion records have been exposed in total, with over 86 breaches affecting the two states since January, according to Risk Based Security.
| |Better Behavior, Better Biometrics? Behavioral biometrics is a building block to be used in conjunction with other security measures, but it shows promise.
| |The Dark Web Is Smaller, And May Be Less Dangerous, Than We Think Another Dark Web market has been closed, its leaders arrested. Law enforcement seems to be getting a handle on the Dark Web--is it really as big of a threat as it is made out to be?
| |Certificate Issue Disabling Add-ons In Firefox And Tor Browser Finally Fixed Mozilla forces third party add-ons to be digitally signed, though an expired certificate disabled these, causing confusion among users of Firefox and the Tor Browser over the weekend.
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