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Security Tips To Keep Your Summer Vacation Fun

Summer is finally here and many of us are taking advantage of the nice weather to take some time off! Before you head out on your much needed summer vacation, don’t let your guard down when it comes to your ... »

#SecurityTipTuesday: Be cautious about unsolicited emails

You see an email in your inbox that reads,”Your DHL package has arrived!” Oh fantastic, my package arrived! Wait, did I order anything that’s being shipped by DHL? Let me just click and open the attachment to make sure this is ... »

Brute Force: Anatomy of a Cyber Attack, Varonis

The media coverage of NotPetya has hidden what might have been a more significant cyber attack: a brute force attack on the UK Parliament. While for many it was simply fertile ground for Twitter Brexit jokes, a cyber attack like this that ... »

Addressing the increasing risk of web applications

According to Verizon’s recent security report, attacks on web applications are now the leading source of data enterprise breaches, up 500% since 2014. The spike in attacks has caused cyber security professionals to be most concerned about customer facing web ... »

Ten Practical Steps to Protect Your Online Privacy via Cylance

Two things happened recently which should raise an alarm for anyone concerned about their online privacy. The first was a major release by WikiLeaks on March 7, 2017 of a trove of hacks and hacking techniques allegedly employed by the CIA ... »