Cybersecurity

Idaho National Laboratory: A Covert Anti-Cybercrime Lab

The United States as a nation knows how to maximize its resources, that is one of the main advantages she has compared to other industrialized nations. The ‘double duty’ of a government agency or installation is usually done covertly in order not to attract attention, both internal and external. As cybersecurity defense needs grew not

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Iranian Government Accused of Phishing-Based Cyber Espionage

State-sponsors hackers have been in the news for quite a while. With former NSA contractor, Edward Snowden exposed NSA’s Prism operation in 2012, basically a global espionage. The Lazarus group allegedly connected with North Korean regime, accused of being responsible for the Sony Pictures of America data breach of 2014 and WannaCry ransomware attacks of

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Saipem after the Unauthorized Remote Access Incident

Saipem, the contractor of two big oil refineries, Duqm (based in UAE) and Saudi Aramco (headquartered in Saudi Arabia) has publicly announced that it was a victim of a cyber attack last December 10, 2018. Unauthorized users were able to penetrate the servers, but fortunately, failed to get a hold of the data stored on

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Is Zero-Trust Security Actually A Game Changer?

The big buzzword in the industry today is “zero-trust security.” It’s getting a lot of ink—but is it real? Is it practical? And for starters, what the heck is it, exactly? How Enterprises Protect Their Digital Stuff in an Evolving World Long ago, back in far simpler days, enterprises protected their networks by surrounding them

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Protecting The Best Machine Of All: The Human Brain

With each passing day, mental health in the workplace is being talked about more freely, more honestly, and with way less stigma than ever before. People know that shortages in staffing often mean employees are overworked and underappreciated, a primary cause for stress, anxiety, and depression. And no sector is more likely to run short

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How To Keep Employees Alert Through A Phishing Simulation

As a business owner, you can teach employees all day long with tech guides or links to YouTube videos, but nothing educates an individual quite like submerging them in the reality of a dangerous situation. That’s the aim of a phishing simulation, to expose employees to a realistic scenario where they can learn from their

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Fake Fingerprints Prove To Be A Biometric Security Risk

The one thing we thought was more unique than a snowflake—our fingerprints—can now be hacked. Straight out of a science fiction movie, you can’t make this stuff up. The advent of biometric technology, which is the technical term for body measurements and calculations, has made fingerprint and facial recognition the method of the moment for

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This Company Found Three Big Security Problems In Macs

iPhones are probably Apple’s most popular product, but a lot of people also use Mac computers, especially if they work in a creative industry like video production 0r just want to look cool at the local coffee shop. But the truth is, those pricey MacBooks aren’t perfect—and even though seem to get thinner and lighter

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Why Launching A Cyber Attack On An Airplane Is Way Too Easy

Sometimes just the thought of a vacation or even leaving town for a few days is enough to help you forget your cybersecurity troubles—especially when you step onto a comfortable, modern jumbo jet. But it may surprise you to learn that the airplanes we often regard as safe are actually riddled with their own digital

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Not a Good Year for Healthcare Industry Data Security

The year 2018 has not been a healthy one for the healthcare industry, specifically when it comes to disastrous data breaches. Unfortunately, this is part of a larger trend, which does not show signs of letting up and has been affecting digital health records for years. Despite the push for better awareness among healthcare organizations at

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