ISSUE 70(November, 2021)

  • How to develop a skilled cybersecurity team
  • Securing your WordPress website against ransomware attacks
  • How to prevent corporate credentials ending up on the dark web
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ISSUE 69(July, 2021)

  • Why threat hunting is obsolete without context
  • Defending against Windows RDP attacks
  • Navigating the waters of maritime cybersecurity
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ISSUE 68(March, 2021)

  • Physical cyber threats: What do criminals leave when they break in?
  • Review: Group-IB Fraud Hunting Platform
  • Tips for boosting the “Sec” part of DevSecOps
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ISSUE 67(November, 2020)

  • Hardware security: Emerging attacks and protection mechanisms
  • Justifying your 2021 cybersecurity budget
  • Cooking up secure code: A foolproof recipe for open source
  • Mapping the motives of insider threats
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ISSUE 66(June, 2020)

  • Let’s be realistic about our expectations of AI
  • Full-time bug hunting: Pros and cons of an emerging career
  • Crowdsourced pentesting is not without its issues
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ISSUE 65.5(March, 2020)

More than 36,000 attendees, 704 speakers and 658 exhibitors gathered at the Moscone Center in San Francisco to explore the Human Element in cybersecurity through hundreds of keynote presentations, track sessions, tutorials, seminars and special events.

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ISSUE 65(February, 2020)

  • A case for establishing a common weakness enumeration for hardware security
  • Things to keep in mind when raising capital for your cybersecurity venture
  • Hardware hacks: The next generation of cybercrime
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    ISSUE 64(December, 2019)

    • Could audio warnings augment your ability to fight off cyberattacks?
    • Your supplier’s BEC problem is your BEC problem
    • Unmask cybercriminals through identity attribution
    • Want to build a SOC? Here is what you need to know beforehand
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    ISSUE 63(September, 2019)

    • Identifying evasive threats hiding inside the network
    • Inside the NIST team working to make cybersecurity more user-friendly
    • Report: Black Hat USA 2019
    • Healthcare’s blind spot: Unmanaged IoT and medical devices
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    ISSUE 62(June, 2019)

    • What’s your company’s risk exposure?
    • The modern threat landscape and expanding CISO challenges
    • Product showcase: Veriato Cerebral user & entity behavior analytics software
    • Building a modern data registry: Go beyond data classification
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    ISSUE 61.5(March, 2019)

    RSA Conference, the world’s leading information security conferences and expositions, concluded its 28th annual event in San Francisco.

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    ISSUE 61(February, 2019)

    • How to know when you’re ready for a fractional CISO
    • Debunking conventional wisdom to get out of the security and privacy rut
    • How accepting that your network will get hacked will help you develop a plan to recover faster
    • Four differences between the GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act
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