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UK’s Labour Party Successfully Defeated a Cyber-Attack

The Labour Party in the United Kingdom stated that it effectively sustained a cyber-attack that targeted its digital platforms. Describing it as a "sophisticated...

Microsoft Rolls Out the Red Carpet for CCPA in U.S.

In an age where data traffic volumes are higher than the road traffic, the lack of a comprehensive privacy law has long been a...

Appdome, VMware Partnership to Help Customers to Deliver Workspace ONE Security,...

One of the mobile industry’s first no-code mobile solutions platforms Appdome has partnered Vmware. With this partnership, Appdome will be available for VMware Workspace...

OpenText Venturing into Cloud Security with Carbonite Acquisition

Canada based OpenText, is a leading content services provider and has announced the acquisition of Carbonite, a cloud-based data protection and cybersecurity solutions provider....

Payment Security Compliance Declines – 1 in 3 Companies Make the...

Payment security compliance has declined for the second year in a row, with organizations based in the Americas lagging behind worldwide counterparts, Verizon’s 2019...

“Certifications validate the knowledge and skills acquired in a cybersecurity course”

Julien Legrand, Operation Security Manager, Société Générale, is an experienced cybersecurity specialist, application security leader, technology writer and international speaker with a strong combination...

Researchers Uncover Mass Malware Attack

Security experts discovered a Mass Malware Distribution campaign that using popular political personalities in the U.S. including President Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton with a...

Multiple Security Flaws Detected (and fixed) in Cisco Small Business Routers

  Potential vulnerabilities in Cisco’s small business routers could allow a remote attacker to exploit the devices to get sensitive data. Cisco, the networking hardware...

Thwarting Graboid and Protecting Containers with Zero Trust

By Dan Perkins, director of product management, Edgewise Networks Recently, security researchers discovered a new worm that targets unsecured Docker daemons that are exposed to...

Failure in HIPAA Compliance Costs URMC $3 million fine

The University of Rochester Medical Center’s (URMCs) ignorance towards HIPAA compliance has costed them a $3 million fine. Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at...

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