Cyber Attack

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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You Need To Know Why Dharma Is Bad Karma For Your Computer

Dharma is a concept in eastern religions such as Buddhism, Hinduism, and Sikhism that has no direct English language translation. This Sanskrit word can be interpreted as the right way of living or the the path or righteousness and signifies that the universe is in accord with with “cosmic law and order.” But ironically enough,

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A Cyber Attack On 911 Services Is The Most Terrifying Thing Ever

In 1968, the U.S. introduced the emergency number 911 which replaced the traditional dialing numbers for the police, fire, and ambulance. Today, North Carolina alone receives 8 million annual calls to 911, that’s more than 23,000 a day delivered across 188 call centers, and they all rely on the technology of 20 routers to service

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Is The Department Of Labor Exposing Your Employee Benefits To Attack?

In the U.S. and Canada, the first Monday of September is dedicated to Labor Day, a public holiday established to honor the social and economic achievements of hard working Americans throughout history. According to the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), the event recognizes how the average employee has directly contributed to the current strength and prosperity

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Ponemon Institute And IBM Reveal The Disturbing Cost Of A Data Breach

Ponemon Institute in partnership with IBM has recently launched the 2018 Cost of Data Breach report. It comes with a corresponding calculator to give companies a close estimate of the possible business cost if they become a victim of a data breach or security attack. Cost of Data Breach is a yearly report released publicly,

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McAfee Now Warns The Sale Of RDP Credentials On The Darknet Is A Thing

When reviewing their networks and PC installations for unchecked/overlooked attack surfaces, system administrators should always be alert. By definition, an attack surface is the area of a computer installation where an attacker can breach the system. For this reason, it is a critical job for system admins to maintain a computing environment with minimal attack

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These Simple Lessons Could Prevent The Loss Of Your Data

The recent implementation of GDPR and the race for increased corporate compliance with issues of privacy has generated a lot of noise in the cybersecurity industry, most of which stems from a lack of overall understanding about the new measures—and what they mean for the future of online business. An article recently published by Motherboard suggests

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