security detection

IT Security: Detection Doesn’t Equal Protection

For too long, the sole emphasis of security vendors in the cybersecurity industry has been on detection. Once the attack has been reported to the end user, it seems the job is ...
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WhiteHat

WhiteHat Provides Free Vulnerability Discovery Services to Gov’t Agencies

As part of an effort to help chronically underfunded government agencies combat state-sponsored cyberattacks, WhiteHat Security, a unit of NTT, has decided to offer free of charge two services it provides for ...
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Leveraging Machine Learning for Cross-Channel Fraud Detection

Financial fraud occurs every day, accumulating in trillions of dollars in losses each year. In some... The post Leveraging Machine Learning for Cross-Channel Fraud Detection appeared first on Gurucul ...
patch

Patch Tuesday Panic: ‘Extraordinarily Serious’ Bug in CryptoAPI

Today’s Windows patch batch will contain a fix for a big, huge, nasty, critical encryption bug ...
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Yesterday’s SIEM Solutions Can’t Combat Today’s Cyberthreats

While it’s true that having a SIEM is better than forgoing network monitoring all together, a standalone SIEM solution is simply insufficient in today’s cybersecurity landscape. Hackers and other bad actors have ...
6 Things Every Big Data Security Solution Needs

6 Things Every Big Data Security Solution Needs

As data-centric security gain mainstream recognition for its ability to protect sensitive data from theft and malicious use, enterprises are faced with choosing a solution from an increasing array of options. However, ...
Leonardo Torres y Quevedo’s  fascinating Chess Automata, via  History of Computers

Artificial Intelligence, The True Beginning Occurred In 1912

Leonardo Torres y Quevedo’s fascinating Chess Automata, via History of Computers Well crafted blog entry authored by Professor Herbert Bruderer at the Communication of the ACM blog, detailing the true start of ...
London Stock Exchange cyberattack

London Stock Exchange Outage: A Cyberattack? By Iran?

Secret sources say stock exchange failure might have been caused by a security breach. GCHQ, the "Brisish NSA" are said to be investigating a possible inside job, involving a bogus software update ...
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2020 tax scams

2020 Tax Season Scams Already Underway

2020 tax scams are already underway. Here’s what you need to know to stay safe in the new year The 2019 tax year just ended, which means scammers are now working harder ...
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Top 10 Cybersecurity Blog Posts of 2019

How serious was cybercrime in 2019? According to research firm Risk Based Security, 2019 was... The post Top 10 Cybersecurity Blog Posts of 2019 appeared first on Gurucul ...