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Major Lessons to be Learned from 2020 Security Mishaps

Major Lessons to be Learned from 2020 Security Mishaps

Attacks have caused damage and presented several key lessons moving forward

Securing IT During the Pandemic: Report Reveals Cyber-Readiness Challenges

Securing IT During the Pandemic: Report Reveals Cyber-Readiness Challenges

Organizations must focus on strategies and solutions that are highly adaptable, integrated and proactively protective

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How COVID-19 Forced Forex Software Providers to Improve Security

How COVID-19 Forced Forex Software Providers to Improve Security

Financial authorities have been warning forex traders about the heightened threat of security breaches

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ISO 27001: Recognizing the Importance of Operational Security

ISO 27001: Recognizing the Importance of Operational Security

Good operational security is crucial, but it’s not always appreciated and is often challenging to execute consistently

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Defending U.S. Voting Processes Now and into the Future

Defending U.S. Voting Processes Now and into the Future

2020 has created the perfect storm of challenges for the democratic process this year.

The Changing Cyber-Landscape and How Organizations Can Reduce the Risks

The Changing Cyber-Landscape and How Organizations Can Reduce the Risks

IT teams need to adapt and become more agile to keep nefarious actors at bay

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Why 10,000 Years of Disinformation Will Not Suddenly Go Away

Why 10,000 Years of Disinformation Will Not Suddenly Go Away

Today misinformation can be spread in the blink of an eye (or the tap of a keystroke

COVID-19 and Cybersecurity Staffing Shortages

COVID-19 and Cybersecurity Staffing Shortages

Why staffing shortages are getting worse and how to address the issue

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Time to Pardon Edward Snowden?

Time to Pardon Edward Snowden?

Edward Snowden, in the end, did the right thing by notifying the public of illegal privacy violations, and it’s time he came home

Three Reasons Why Password Self-Service Enrollment Fails, and What to Do About it!

Three Reasons Why Password Self-Service Enrollment Fails, and What to Do About it!

Password self-service enrollment needs to be a process that is intuitive, simple and non-invasive

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Repairing SQL Database Corruption with CHECKDB Repair? You Can Lose Your Data Forever

Repairing SQL Database Corruption with CHECKDB Repair? You Can Lose Your Data Forever

An enterprise database repair tool can plug gaps in your SQL database maintenance and restoration strategy

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Credential Stuffing: the Culprit of Recent Attacks

Credential Stuffing: the Culprit of Recent Attacks

Credential stuffing attacks use stolen usernames and password combinations

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