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posted in July 2018
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4 Basic Principles to Help Keep Hackers Out
Commentary  |  7/5/2018  | 
The most effective hackers keep things simple, something organizations must take into account.
How Quantum Physics Will Protect Against Quantum-Busting Encryption
Jeffrey Burt  |  7/5/2018  | 
The CEO of the startup Quantum Xchange envisions a nationwide dark fiber quantum network that protects encrypted data in transit with an on-demand Quantum Key Distribution service.
How the Cloud Is Changing the Identity & Access Management Game
Simon Marshall  |  7/5/2018  | 
Fresh off a $17.5M funding round, startup Preempt is one of several companies that is looking to change the identity and access management game as the enterprise shifts to the cloud.
Researchers Show How Attackers Can Crack LTE Data Link Layer
Larry Loeb  |  7/4/2018  | 
In a paper, researchers show how an attacker with the right equipment can crack the data link layer of an LTE network. It's mostly theoretical, but it shows why upcoming 5G security standards need to be tougher.
Ransomware vs. Cryptojacking
Commentary  |  7/3/2018  | 
Cybercriminals are increasingly turning to cryptojacking over ransomware for a bigger payday. Here's what enterprises need to know in order to protect their digital assets and bank accounts.
Cybercriminals Start Looking Beyond the Dark Web
Simon Marshall  |  7/3/2018  | 
For years, the Dark Web was seen as a safe haven for cybercrime. Now, a new report finds that cybercriminals are turning toward newer technologies, such as Blockchain DNS, to shield their activities.
Preparing for Transport Layer Security 1.3
Commentary  |  7/2/2018  | 
The long-awaited encryption standard update is almost here. Get ready while you can to ensure security, interoperability, and performance.
Seamless Cloud Security Depends on Encryption Done Right
Joe Stanganelli  |  7/2/2018  | 
As the enterprise shift to the cloud, there's a debate about what's best for securing data as it moves from one platform to another. A Boston startup is looking to encrypt data in motion and at rest, and this could be the next big trend.
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