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Cybersecurity Trends

Attack Surface Management is Here to Stay

With new buzzwords being generated on a seemingly constant basis, it can be difficult to distinguish between passing fads and emerging trends.
                                      
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Cybersecurity News

Are the JBS and Colonial attacks just the beginning?

While the recent attacks on the JBS plants and the Colonial Pipeline are far from unique, the tangible nature of the damage hits close to home.    

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Cybersecurity Trends

Top Four Benefits of Attack Surface Management

As Attack Surface Management (ASM) begins to gain traction, here are the top four reasons why it may be the right fit for your organization.     
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Cybersecurity News

SmileDirect Becomes Latest Victim in String of Cyberattacks

SmileDirectClub, a celebrated tele-dentistry company, just lost over 15% of their market value in under 15 minutes. The cause? A cyber security breach from two weeks ago.

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Guest Post

Introduction to Vishing

When you receive a call on your phone from an unknown number, it's nearly impossible to guess who's calling. Increasingly, it could be someone vishing you.   

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Cybersecurity News

Inside Biden's Plan to Protect the Power Grid from Hackers

The Biden Administration has announced plans to launch a '100-day sprint' to shore up the US power grid against cyber-attacks.  
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Cybersecurity News

UN Passes Critical Cybersecurity Resolution

In the wake of the SolarWinds and Microsoft attacks, the UN has released a landmark cybersecurity report that's been two years in the making. Here's what you need to know.

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Cybersecurity Alert

How To Tell If The Microsoft Hack Affects You

Since January '21, hackers have been exploiting multiple vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server to infiltrate a broad range of systems. Here's what you need to know.

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Cybersecurity Trends

What is Attack Surface Management?

Unfortunately, organizations across nearly every sector are still struggling to secure their public-facing applications.
        

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Cybersecurity News

How Hackers Briefly Poisoned Florida Water Supply

On Friday, February 5, a hacker breached the water plant serving Oldsmar, Florida and instructed it to increase the amount of lye in the water to extremely dangerous levels.

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Cybersecurity News

WhatsApp Alternatives: Signal vs Telegram

Beyond media sensationalism and corporate marketing, what are the actual differences between Signal, Telegram, and WhatsApp? Here's our app-by-app breakdown and ranking.
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Cybersecurity Trends

US Companies Struggle To Notice When They've Been Hacked

197. That's how many days it takes an average company to detect a security breach. Hackers have over 6 months before their victim is even aware that they've been hacked.
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Cybersecurity Trends

Top Five Challenges Facing CISOs in 2021

It's fair to say that 2020 held some unique challenges, but 2021 will have its own hurdles. These are the top five challenges facing CISOs as we move into the new year.

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Cybersecurity News

How To Tell If The SolarWinds Hack Affects You

A highly sophisticated actor has taken advantage of SolarWinds security flaws to infiltrate governments and businesses around the world. Here's what you need to know. 

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Never Trust, Always Verify

A Non-Partisan Cybersecurity Analysis of Election Irregularities

Chris Krebs, the former Director of CISA, was fired on November 17th after repeatedly affirming that the 2020 election was the "most secure in American history."
 

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Cybersecurity News

Are the Russians Hacking the Tokyo Olympics?

Following repeated penalties for state-sponsored doping, Russia was finally banned from all Olympic sports for 4 years. Have they retaliated by hacking the games themselves?

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2020 Space and Cybersecurity Symposium

Why the US Space Force is Hiring Hundreds of Hackers

As NASA struggles to fend off a fresh wave of cyber-attacks, the US Space Force is quickly ramping up its cybersecurity capabilities to counter foreign interference.

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Cybersecurity News

How Hackers Are Targeting NASA

During a recent Senate hearing, top NASA officials admitted that it is "incredibly difficult to keep NASA's defenses up." Here's why.      

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3 Lessons Learned

Inside the Million Dollar Plot to Hack Tesla

Tesla had a rough week, but it could have been a whole lot worse. According to FBI reports, Russian actors spent the summer planning a cyber-attack against Tesla's systems.

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