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  1. Not All E-Signatures Are Created Equal – Don't Get Caught Out

    EU eIDAS regulation sets out three distinct types of e-signatures. Each of them has unique traits that affect their legality and enforceability. This article examines how they differ.

    1. Francesco Basso

      Product Manager, Actalis

  2. ChatGPT: A New Wave of Cybersecurity Concerns?

    Javvad Malik discusses the cyber threats that will emanate from ChatGPT and how these risks can be mitigated

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      Javvad Malik

      Security Awareness Advocate, KnowBe4

  3. It’s Time to Put Your Users at The Centre of Your Security Universe

    Ensure your users are security-aware in the face of today's evolving threats

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      Aaron Webb

      Senior Product Marketing Manager, Security, Jamf

  4. Template Injection Attacks: Nefarious Actors Lie in Wait in North Korea

    Brett Raybould discusses how TTPs used by North Korean threat actors are similar to previous malicious campaigns

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      Brett Raybould

      EMEA SE Manager, Menlo Security

  5. Prioritize the Prevention Part of Security Programs in 2023

    Rob Clyde argues that with savvy leadership, 2023 can be a great year for security teams despite tightening budgets

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      Robert Clyde

      Past ISACA Board Chair, Crypto Quantique Board Chair and Cybral Board Director

  6. How to Erase Data Securely From Hard Drives and SSDs, Including NVMe

    In this blog, Stellar will look at the different methods of data erasure and explore how to erase data securely from hard drives and SSDs, including NVMe

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      Namrata Sengupta

      Vice President, Stellar Data Recovery Inc., Stellar

  7. How to Find Out if Your Data is Being Sold to a Third Party

    Find out how you can tell if you data is being sold by a third party and what to do about it

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      Federico Morelli

      Content Manager, Incogni

  8. How Restrictive Laws Are Pushing Chinese Cyber-Criminals Towards Novel Monetization Techniques

    Jason Steer highlights novel techniques being used by Chinese cyber-criminals in the face of a cybercrime crackdown by the CCP

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      Jason Steer

      CISO, Recorded Future

  9. Are Business Logic Flaws Leaving Your APIs at Risk?

    Attackers don't need to hack the API. They discover inherent business logic issues and exploit vulnerabilities like Broken Object Level Authorization (BOLA)

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      Vinugayathri Chinnasamy

      Senior Content Writer, Indusface

  10. Repair and Recover Data from Corrupt Outlook PST Files with Outlook PST Recovery Software

    Understand the steps to repair and recover data from corrupt Outlook PST files using SCANPST and a third-party Outlook PST repair software.

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      Bharat Bhushan

      Technical Marketer, Stellar Data Recovery

  11. The Issue of Overreliance on Detection Solutions in the Security Stack

    Relying solely on detection puts you on the back foot, forcing you to react to threat actors once they’re already on the network

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      Brett Raybould

      EMEA SE Manager, Menlo Security

  12. Infosecurity Magazine’s Top Stories 2022

    Take a look at Infosecurity’s most-read stories of 2022 in this top 10 run-down

  13. The Top Security Vulnerabilities of 2022 and Their Workarounds

    Harman Singh outlines the top security vulnerabilities organizations should be aware of from 2022

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      Harman Singh

      Security Expert and Consultant

  14. New Year, New Problems: Why 2023 Could be Another Turbulent Time for Cybersecurity

    Adenike Cosgrove sets out her cybersecurity predictions for 2023

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      Adenike Cosgrove

      Cybersecurity Strategist at Proofpoint, Proofpoint

  15. Cybersecurity: Trends From 2022 and Predictions For 2023

    This review of 2022 examines remote working, supply chain security and regulations

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      Joel Burleson-Davis

      SVP Worldwide Engineering, Cyber, Imprivata

  16. DDoS Activity Intensifies in Asia Pacific

    As DDoS attacks rise in the region, StormWall opens a point of presence in Singapore

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      Ramil Khantimirov

      CEO and co-founder of StormWall

  17. How to Recover Exchange Server After Total Failure

    Find out how a proactive approach can help you overcome an Exchange Server failure

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      Bharat Bhushan

      Technical Marketer, Stellar Data Recovery

  18. Why the Holidays are the Most Wonderful Time of the Year for Fraudsters

    Just like manufacturers and e-commerce stores, threat actors ready themselves for the busiest time of the year

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      Jason Steer

      CISO, Recorded Future

  19. Top Three Things Organizations Need to Stay Secure in 2023

    In this article, Jamf lists three important aspects of solving the security puzzle

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      Aaron Webb

      Senior Product Marketing Manager, Security, Jamf

  20. DDoS Attacks in 2022: Trends and Obstacles Amid Worldwide Political Crisis

    Ramil Khantimirov, CEO and co-founder StormWall, shared his views on the global trends affecting DDoS attacks

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