Planning for 2020? Here are 3 cybersecurity trends to look out for

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It’s almost 2020, which means teams are finalizing cyber budgets, strategies and goals. However, as you’re preparing for the new year, it’s important to keep an eye out for how the cybersecurity landscape might shift in 2020. From the rise in investor focus on cybersecurity issues to diversifying of cyber insurance, there are three […]

The Coolest Hacks of 2019

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A FaceTime fail, weaponized sound, a ‘Prying Eye,’ and a wearable fingerprint ring, were among the more novel and odd hacks this year. In a year punctuated by endless reports of leaky cloud storage buckets, firmware flaws, and the resurgence of ransomware into a full-blown epidemic, security researchers still found […]

Online Privacy: What to Expect in 2020

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Cybersecurity today is an increasingly vital issue in the wake of several high profile hacks. After all, who can forget the recent CPDoS attack that affected millions of websites using CDNs? The majority of people spend most of their time online, either browsing random websites, working in the cloud, surfing social media […]

20 tips for 2020: Be smarter with your smartphone

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Yesterday, we discussed bad cybersecurity habits you should avoid in 2020, especially where computers are involved. We’re not done yet. Some of the recommendations apply to both computers and smartphones, such as being especially wary when connecting to a public Wi-Fi network. Our upcoming cybersecurity tips are more smartphone-centric. Authentication You’d […]

Russian Hackers Target U.S. Power, Water Facilities

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WASHINGTON, DC, March 16, 2018 (ENS) – Russian government hackers have been targeting U.S. government entities as well as organizations in the energy, nuclear, commercial facilities, water, aviation, and critical manufacturing sectors for the past two years, according to a joint Technical Alert  issued by the Department of Homeland Security and […]