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5 critical capabilities for 2019

5 critical capabilities for 2019 BY ROBERT JOHNSTON We can add NASA to the list of recent federal cyber breach victims. The space agency disclosed in late ...
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Healthcare IT: How to Take Control of Disparate Data Sources

December 13, 2018 by Healthcare Business Today Team Here’s what we know. The number of healthcare data breaches has trended steadily higher over the past decade, in part because ...
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Dynamic Anomaly Detection Using Machine Learning

Dynamic Anomaly Detection Using Machine Learning by:  Dr. Tim Stacey, Ph.D. User Behavior Analytics is an incredibly hot field right now – software engineers and cybersecurity experts ...
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Running Linux Systems in the Enterprise is Just Good Business

Running Linux Systems in the Enterprise is Just Good Business By Milind Gangwani The prevalence for running Linux systems in the enterprise is increasing, typically depended on ...
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Adlumin SIEM Platform Checklist

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Adlumin Secure Device Data Collector Application

Adlumin Secure Data Collector Application August 28, 2018 By: Dan McQuade One of the challenges we face as a cloud-based SIEM platform is the process of collecting ...
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Enterprise-Level Data Science with a Skeleton Crew

Enterprise-Level Data Science with a Skeleton Crew Originally published on datascience.com “Data science is a team sport.” As early as 2013, this axiom has been repeated to ...
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ACTIVE DEFENSE AND “HACKING BACK”: A PRIMER

ACTIVE DEFENSE AND “HACKING BACK”: A PRIMER SCOTT BERINATO MAY 21 2018 In the lead piece in this package, Idaho National Lab’s Andy Bochman puts forth a ...
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Protect Credit Union Assets from Sophisticated Hackers

Protect Credit Union Assets from Sophisticated Hackers Today’s criminals have moved beyond ransomware and malware. From left: Tim Evans, chief of strategy; Don McLamb, Director of Engineering; ...
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Password Safety and Complexity to Protect Your Accounts

Password Safety and Complexity to Protect Your Accounts By James Warnken “The most used password in the world is 123456” A simple password like this is cracked ...
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U.S. More Vulnerable To Weaponized Cyberattacks Than You Think

U.S. More Vulnerable To Weaponized Cyberattacks Than You Think Experts on a panel at SXSW warn major hacking onslaughts of our infrastructure, personal data, and businesses are ...
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Responding to the Rise of Fileless Attacks

Kelly Sheridan Fileless attacks, easier to conduct and more effective than traditional malware-based threats, pose a growing challenge to enterprise targets. Cybercriminals take the path of least ...
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FBI Software For Analyzing Fingerprints Contains Russian-Made Code, Whistleblowers Say

FBI Software For Analyzing Fingerprints Contains Russian-Made Code, Whistleblowers Say In a secret deal, a French company purchased code from a Kremlin-connected firm, incorporated it into its ...
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New N.S.A. Breach Linked to Popular Russian Antivirus Software

Published New York Times By SCOTT SHANE, DAVID E. SANGER and NICOLE PERLROTHOCT. 5, 2017 WASHINGTON — In the latest case of an insider removing sensitive data from the nation’s largest ...
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Your Social Media Is the Weakest Link for Cyber Criminals

BY Tishin Donkersley @TishinD According to a recent survey by Norton, 94 percent of users on the internet think they can spot phishing emails. Unfortunately, they couldn’t be more ...
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The Most Difficult Business Cybersecurity Challenge

by Kim Zetter. Rob Joyce, NSA Hacker Chief said “In the world of advanced persistent threat actors (APT) like the National Security Agency (NSA), credentials are king ...
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