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12 famous (and infamous) IT security disasters

Arrogance and excessive pride may be the deadly sins of IT security

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15 real-world phishing examples — and how to recognize them

How well do you know these crafty cons?

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8 free Wi-Fi stumbling and surveying tools

Here are 8 free Wi-Fi stumbling and surveying tools to reveal important details about Wi-Fi networks.

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Information security, 2018: What we have here is a failure to plan

Information security increasingly has a place in corporate leadership, but plenty of companies are still failing to make the plans they need to keep up.

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6 DoS attacks that made headlines

As times have changed, so have these venerable attacks.

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The current state of cybercrime

CSO’s 2017 U.S. State of Cybercrime report reveals what IT and security pros fear, how they protect their data, what worked, and what they spend on cyber security.

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The 10 sneakiest hacker attacks

Malware capable of sneaking past your defenses is the Holy Grail of the criminal world. Know your enemy. Here are the 10 sneakiest ways hackers breach your stronghold.

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10 things threat hunters watch for

Pursuing cyber threats is much like conventional hunting in that it requires patience, persistence and a keen eye, and when done correctly, it can be both exhilarating and rewarding. Threat actors do everything in their power to blend...

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5 common ways businesses lose valuable data

David Zimmerman, CEO and Founder of LC Technology, lists five ways individual employees and IT are causing companies to lose data, and some best practices for preventing a crippling data loss.

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The most common errors identified in professional DNS audits

Chris Roosenraad, director of DNS Services at Neustar, shares some of the most common errors observed during audits of its customer’s DNS infrastructure and the best practices you can take to ensure you are maximizing your DNS...

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How to maintain data oversight to avoid ‘shadow data’

As more companies take a liberal approach to cloud app provisioning, they need to make sure that all apps – including vetted ones – are carefully secured, optimized and monitored. Al Sargent, senior director at OneLogin, offers the...

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Incident response is like tracking down a perpetrator

What is incident response? Larry Zulch, President & CEO, Savvius, walks us through the crime scene.

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How to counteract another ‘Dyn-like’ attack

Jim Hurley, a Distinguished Analyst at technology research and advisory firm ISG, shares his insights on what enterprises using cloud-based as-a-services can do to work with their providers and reduce risks to their business from...

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Six things you need to know about IoT security

It’s in every company’s best interest to “do” IoT correctly, which will mean ratcheting up security measures to capture and ensure a good customer experience. Jack Nichols, director of product management at Genesys, proivdes six ways...

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Teenagers who became hackers

There is of course a very long history of young people getting involved in hacking—it's become almost something of a cliché. We'll take a look at the trouble teens have managed to get into online since almost the beginning of "online"...

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Pitfalls of identity access management

Whether dealing with a third parties access or tracking an insider through your network, action needs to be taken to see who goes where. Too few organizations treat IAM as the crucial, secure connective tissue between businesses'...

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How to strike ransomware out

Carbonite created this list of 10 important ransomware prevention tips and best practices.

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How can CSOs protect their CEO?

CEOs have a high level of visibility outside the organization and attackers can leverage the data they collect as a way to target them for cybersecurity attacks. Organizations can help protect your CEO from cybersecurity attacks by...

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