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Scott Ferguson Managing Editor, Light Reading, | 9/20/2018
Within the last year, nearly half of all hackers found ways to bypass the security features of Microsoft Windows 10 and Windows 8, typically using social engineering techniques to compromise the operating system, according to a recent industry survey.
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Scott Ferguson Managing Editor, Light Reading, | 9/17/2018
As more data breaches make headlines each week, those executives seated in the C-Suite are starting to feel the pinch when it comes to these compromises in security. Specifically, more CIOs, CISOs and even CEOs are being shown the door after an incident, a new industry survey finds.
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Scott Ferguson Managing Editor, Light Reading, | 9/13/2018
Finding databases loaded with personal data and exposed to the wider public Internet is an ongoing occurrence, and this week is proving no exception with a new report about an incident at disaster recovery specialist Veeam.
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Carol Wilson Editor-at-large, | 9/12/2018
Want to go behind the scenes of a data breach investigation? Verizon is giving you that chance.
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Pablo Valerio Technology Writer, | 9/3/2018
In 2015, Morrisons, Britain's No. 4 supermarket group, suffered a data breach, caused by a senior employee.
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Carol Wilson Editor-at-large, | 8/20/2018
An IT training expert is sounding the alarm on attitudes toward the security of open source software, saying too many developers are assuming open source is inherently secure and that could produce major security problems.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 8/20/2018
In early January, the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities were disclosed to the computer world, which promptly lost its shirt for a period. This was a new class of attacks that depended on the way that modern processors shoved data in and out of the CPU, a process that was never thought to be problematic.
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Joe Stanganelli Principal, Beacon Hill Law, | 8/16/2018
Johan Lidros, the president of the Eminere Group, gave a recent presentation concerning how inappropriate access and shared accounts top the very long list of common findings of identity and access management (IAM) audits.
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Alan Zeichick Principal Analyst, Camden Associates, | 8/13/2018
LAS VEGAS -- The cybersecurity industry has embraced artificial intelligence and machine learning. Seemingly every exhibitor at this year's Black Hat conference is touting AI, whether it's for scanning email attachments for malware, detecting patterns in network access patterns, filtering alerts for rapid incident triage or finding anomalies in user ...
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Ariella, 9/20/2018 1:06:39 PM
Fuji's Electric V-Server Susceptible to Numerous Vulnerabilities
@Larrry and that's why nothign is ever truly hack-proof. 

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Ariella, 9/20/2018 1:05:49 PM
Data Breach Can Affect Company's Long-Term Stock Price
Yes, then it can be recognized as something with ROI.

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Ariella, 9/20/2018 11:36:55 AM
Ransomware Developers Embrace Politics, Targeting Obama, Trump & Merkel
I think it would be fascinating to compare the stats on these to see which political group is most drawn in. 

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