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Shifting Towards the Cloud

Shifting Towards the Cloud

Video surveillance has dramatically changed in recent decades. Open, IP-based network technology has largely replaced the closed, proprietary world that long dominated the security industry.

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Dunkin' Donuts Reward Program Users' Data Made Vulnerable

The coffee chain says hackers might have accessed customer info through a data breach.

The Evolution of Endpoint Security Demands Detection and Response

The Evolution of Endpoint Security Demands Detection and Response

Legacy endpoint prevention and protection solutions are limited when faced with advanced and sophisticated threats

New Zealand Bars Chinese Firm’s 5G Rollout Due to Security Concerns

New Zealand Bars Chinese Firm’s 5G Rollout Due to Security Concerns

Huawei, the world’s biggest producer of telecoms equipment, has faced pushback from governments due to concerns that its technology could be used for unsavory purposes such as spying.

Security by Default: 5 Principles for Building More Secure Apps

Security by Default: 5 Principles for Building More Secure Apps

Here are five principles that developers should keep in mind to create more secure apps

Three Cybersecurity Must-Haves for Small Businesses

Three Cybersecurity Must-Haves for Small Businesses

Tips and tactics for ensuring your small business is safe from the threat of cyberattacks.

USPS Security Flaw Exposes Personal Data of 60 Million People

USPS Security Flaw Exposes Personal Data of 60 Million People

A security hole in a mail preview program may have made the data of 60 million customers vulnerable.

Learning from a $150 Billion Compliance Failure

Learning from a $150 Billion Compliance Failure

How a 10-minute survey cost Facebook $150 billion



Employee Cybersecurity Habits Worsen

Employee Cybersecurity Habits Worsen

According to the survey, three of every four respondents admitted that they reuse passwords across accounts, an increase from the 56 percent of respondents who admitted the same in the survey’s 2014 edition.

Security Vulnerabilities in Top Christmas Gifts

Security Vulnerabilities in Top Christmas Gifts

Internet connected devices might be the hot item for Christmas this year, but are they secure?

Cybersecurity Tips for Holiday Shoppers

Cybersecurity Tips for Holiday Shoppers

Recommendations for safe online holiday shopping - a cybersecurity perspective.

Fraud Attempts Expected to Spike During Holiday Shopping Season

Fraud Attempts Expected to Spike During Holiday Shopping Season

Beware holiday shoppers. Attempts at fraud will peak on Thanksgiving Day this year.

NY Hospital Security Breach Shows Vulnerabilities in Healthcare Cybersecurity

NY Hospital Security Breach Shows Vulnerabilities in Healthcare Cybersecurity

SUNY Upstate Hospital announced a former employee inappropriately accessed more than 1,200 patient records.

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U.S. Doesn't Sign Macron's Cybersecurity Pact

A new cyberspace pact was signed by 51 other countries, 224 companies and 92 non-profits and advocacy groups.

25 Worst Passwords of All Time

25 Worst Passwords of All Time

To help you rule out the worst password ideas, FrontNet has put together a list of the 25 words passwords on the internet for 2018.

Cybersecurity, AI Skills to Dominate IT Staff Hires in 2019

Cybersecurity, AI Skills to Dominate IT Staff Hires in 2019

The company said Wednesday that large, enterprise firms were most likely to focus on cybersecurity and AI. Small and midsize firms are more likely to prioritize DevOps skills, experience with end-user hardware and IT infrastructure proficiency.

Microsoft Wants to Work with Trump Administration on Cybersecurity

Microsoft Wants to Work with Trump Administration on Cybersecurity

At the 2018 Web Summit this week in Lisbon, Portugal, Microsoft president Brad Smith said the company wanted to work on a solution to protect civilians against cyber threats. According to Smith, concerns include the role of AI in the future of work and cyber threats to democracy.

Researchers Find Security Flaws in Popular Data Storage Devices

Researchers Find Security Flaws in Popular Data Storage Devices

Researchers found a malicious expert can bypass existing protection mechanisms and access the data without knowing the user-chosen password.

Facebook Fallout: Private Messages from 81,000 Accounts for Sale

Facebook Fallout: Private Messages from 81,000 Accounts for Sale

It’s thought that the private message data was obtained via a malicious browser extension that scraped the data from users’ accounts. The hackers claimed to sell access to the information for 10 cents per account.

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  • Security Today Magazine - April 2019

    April 2019

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