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Information Security Training Should Be Top Priority

The pressures of being a CISO are capacious and extend well past concerns of incident response time. There are pressures of maintaining budgets, reporting improved performance to stock-holders, and during a time when the breadth and number of cyberattacks are increasing, the challenges to find qualified prospects to fill a considerable number of unfilled positions. […]

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Developers Be Aware of Open Source Attacks

Open source is systematically being attacked on the infrastructure used to distribute code. In a few years, we’ve experienced attacks on pre-existing vulnerabilities occurring months after a disclosure down to a few days.   Attackers now directly hijack the publisher’s credentials and distribute malicious components.This worrisome trend requires enterprises to have in-depth knowledge of what open […]

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Cyber Attacks Can Kill Your SMB

Cybersecurity should not only concern large organizations; the size of a company does not matter in today’s cyberspace. No matter their size, companies are at risk of cyberattacks. Many SMBs are unaware that they are at risk of cyberattacks since they do not have the necessary resources to keep up with the latest information on […]

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The Four Laws of Cybersecurity

(Image: Wk1003mike via Shutterstock) 4.57 Billion humans are on-line, communicating with each other and multiple institutions daily. This ties us together through a common language that we all share, which is networking protocols, which are rules for communication between network devices and how those devices can connect to each other.   Social Media platforms that tie […]

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Airline Supply-Chain Attacks on The Rise

SITA, a communications and IT vendor for 90% of the world’s airlines, has been breached. Passenger data stored on the company’s U.S. servers has been compromised.  Malaysia Airlines sent out an email to their frequent flyer members informing them that there’s “no evidence” their personal data has been misused but that is highly unlikely. It […]

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Huge Wave Of Vishing attacks Targeting Teleworkers According to FBI

The FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) have issued a joint security advisory that cybercriminals started a vishing campaign specifically targeting employees working from home for US companies in July of 2020. The attackers have been collecting login credentials for corporate networks and then selling the access to corporate resources to other […]

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Woman In Cybersecurity

In today’s world, women in business is a hot topic in conversations and on blog posts. More women in the workplace is said to be good for business. We are a diverse group. And Diversity is being hammered into our subconscious as something all companies must strive for. But Why? Why is it important for […]