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Larry Loeb Author, | 3/21/2018
A significant majority of oil and gas companies have reported a serious security breach or incident in the past year, according to a new report. This comes at a time when the safety of critical infrastructure facilities is under renewed scrutiny following a series of attacks and government warnings.
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Simon Marshall Technology Journalist, | 3/19/2018
Securing the expanding universe of billions of Internet of Things devices is anything but straightforward. But in the healthcare sector, it presents unique threats to human safety and operational efficiency.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 3/9/2018
Six out of ten companies are using some type of Internet of Things device within their enterprise network, and these same organizations have had to deal with at least one security incident related to these connected sensors, according to the new IoT Cybersecurity Readiness Report issued by Trustwave.
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Dawn Kawamoto Technology Journalist, | 3/6/2018
A staggering 70% of healthcare organizations across the globe have encountered a security breach at some point in their past, according to the 2018 Thales Healthcare Data Threat Report released Monday.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 3/1/2018
A new kind of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) has hit the Internet, with amplification parameters that have never been seen before by security experts.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 2/28/2018
The Mirai botnet -- used for so many Distributed Denial of Services (DDoS) attacks -- has a new variant that security company Fortinet has seen in the wild.
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Naim Falandino Chief Scientist, Nokia Deepfield, | 2/19/2018
In the last 18 months, we have seen numerous DDoS attacks on Internet providers, hospitals, national transport links, communication companies and political movements. In addition, recent reports have also revealed new, more powerful botnets are being assembled that pose an even greater threat.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 2/16/2018
Ankit Anubhav, a principal researcher at NewSky Security, has written about the firm's discovery of a new Internet of Things (IoT) botnet that will -- for the first time -- bypass enterprise firewalls by bundling two exploits together.
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Dawn Kawamoto Technology Journalist, | 2/12/2018
Easy access to sophisticated hacking tools and a wide availability of data fueled a surge in fourth-quarter cyberattacks over the previous year, according to a recently released report from ThreatMetrix.
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Ariella, 3/21/2018 12:34:27 PM
How to Access the Voter Information Dirt Cambridge Analytica Has on You
@Michelle I agree with you. It doesn't seem right that they should profit off of this. It's almost like extortion.

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