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The "Typical" Security Engineer: Hiring Myths & Stereotypes
Last Message: 11/30/2018
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Massive Starwood Hotels Breach Hits 500 Million Guests
Last Message: 11/30/2018
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To Stockpile or Not to Stockpile Zero-Days?
Last Message: 11/30/2018
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'Shift Left' & the Connected Car
Last Message: 11/30/2018
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Learn How to Better Protect your Network at Black Hat Europe
Last Message: 11/30/2018
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Ohio Man Sentenced To 15 Years For BEC Scam
Last Message: 11/29/2018
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Machine Identities Need Protection, Too
Last Message: 11/29/2018
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Calculating Cloud Cost: 8 Factors to Watch
Last Message: 11/28/2018
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WhatsApp: Mobile Phishing's Newest Attack Target
Last Message: 11/28/2018
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Instagram Privacy Tool Exposed Passwords
Last Message: 11/28/2018
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Microsoft Enables Account Sign-In via Security Key
Last Message: 11/28/2018
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7 Real-Life Dangers That Threaten Cybersecurity
Last Message: 11/28/2018
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Who's the Weakest Link in Your Supply Chain?
Last Message: 11/28/2018
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26M Texts Exposed in Poorly Secured Vovox Database
Last Message: 11/26/2018
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Cybersecurity at the Core
Last Message: 11/26/2018
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Vulnerabilities Dip 7%, but Researchers Are Cautious
Last Message: 11/23/2018
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Securing Retail Networks for an Omnichannel Future
Last Message: 11/22/2018
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Black Hat Europe: Stock Up On New Security Tools and Training
Last Message: 11/21/2018
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USB-Based Incident Response Tools
Last Message: 11/21/2018
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RIP, 'IT Security'
Last Message: 11/19/2018
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Veterans Find New Roles in Enterprise Cybersecurity
Last Message: 11/19/2018
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How to Keep Up Security in a Bug-Infested World
Last Message: 11/19/2018
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10 Ways to Protect Protocols That Aren't DNS
Last Message: 11/18/2018
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7 Free (or Cheap) Ways to Increase Your Cybersecurity Knowledge
Last Message: 11/17/2018
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95% of Organizations Have Cultural Issues Around Cybersecurity
Last Message: 11/16/2018
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Understanding Evil Twin AP Attacks and How to Prevent Them
Last Message: 11/15/2018
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2018 on Track to Be One of the Worst Ever for Data Breaches
Last Message: 11/15/2018
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To Click or Not to Click: The Answer Is Easy
Last Message: 11/14/2018
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6 Tips for Preventing Laptop Data Theft
Last Message: 11/14/2018
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The New Secure Operating System
Last Message: 11/14/2018
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What Happens When You Hold Robots for Ransom?
Last Message: 11/14/2018
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The Morris Worm Turns 30
Last Message: 11/13/2018
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Microsoft President: Governments Must Cooperate on Cybersecurity
Last Message: 11/12/2018
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5 Reasons Why Threat Intelligence Doesn't Work
Last Message: 11/10/2018
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2018 State of Cyber Workforce
Last Message: 11/10/2018
 |  Comments: 9
Why the CISSP Remains Relevant to Cybersecurity After 28 Years
Last Message: 11/9/2018
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Cartoon: Body Metrics
Last Message: 11/9/2018
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Worst Malware and Threat Actors of 2018
Last Message: 11/8/2018
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Why Password Management and Security Strategies Fall Short
Last Message: 11/8/2018
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Darknet: Where Your Stolen Identity Goes to Live
Last Message: 11/8/2018
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A code injection vulnerability in backup/plugin.php of Bludit 3.13.1 allows attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted ZIP file.