Who’s DDoSing Anti-Racism Groups?

In the days after George Floyd’s death, the websites of several black-rights groups have seen huge DDoS attacks ...
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High-Profile Data Thefts Shine Spotlight on Dark Web

Recent ransomware threats leveled at President Trump, Lady Gaga and Madonna have raised awareness of the need to not only better secure data but also devoting more resources to determine what data ...
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After the Pandemic: What the IT World May Look Like

For the last few months, most IT departments have been struggling just to get through various pandemic-related fire drills such as overnight work-from-home infrastructures that need to be put into place and ...
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An Open Letter From MediaOps

On behalf of all of us at MediaOps, we are so deeply troubled by what is going on in the world around us. As we continue to battle a deadly pandemic and the ...
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Data Breach Litigation Waivers: Be Careful What You Wish For

Companies with data breach litigation waivers may find those waivers used against them by savvy law firms In her 1969 book, “On Death and Dying,” Elisabeth Kübler-Ross described the five stages of ...
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Identity Theft, Fraud Exploding in 2020 

Identity theft and fraud are on the rise, increasing the costs to both consumers and the businesses they deal with, according to a recent study from Javelin Strategy & Research, which showed ...
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Assessing Security Protocols During Remote Work

Now that businesses are beginning to reopen and there is a slow migration back to the workplace, organizations can take a closer look at how the transition to remote work and security ...
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Zoom’s New Model is Making Heads Hurt

Zoom will be introducing end-to-end encryption. But if you were expecting it in the free tier, think again ...
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TechStrong Con Speaker Focus: Chenxi Wang, Rain Capital

The TechStrong Con virtual summit is less than a week away, and we’ve got a stellar lineup of speakers sure to hit the mark whether you’re into security, DevOps, DevSecOps, cloud-native … ...
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NSA: Russia Hacking U.S. Firms, via Old Exim Flaw

NSA: Russia Hacking U.S. Firms, via Old Exim Flaw

The Russian state is breaking into companies, exploiting a vulnerability in an open-source email server ...
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