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Office printers: The ticking IT time bomb hiding in plain sight

Office printers don’t have to be security threats: with foresight and maintenance they’re very easily threat-proofed. The problem is that system administrators rarely give the …

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On my mind: Transitioning to third-party cloud services

During this extended period of social distancing filled with increased online activity, I can’t help but reflect on all the user data that has been created, stored, hacked, …

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Information security goes non-binary

Finding security holes in information systems is as old as the first commercially available computer. Back when a “computer” was something that sat in a computer room, users …

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Application security: Getting it right, from the start

Security testing data is “the unsung hero” of securing application development. It’s the backbone of application development quality, compliance and risk management, and rests …

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Cybersecurity in a remote workplace: A joint effort

The reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted every aspect of life across the globe and many companies now find themselves with fully remote workforces. With so many …

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Are we doing enough to protect connected cars?

Even though connected cars should meet the highest level of security, safety, and performance, we know this is not always the case. In this interview, Moshe Shlisel, CEO at …

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Zoom in crisis: How to respond and manage product security incidents

Zoom is in crisis mode, facing grave and very public concerns regarding the trust in management’s commitment for secure products, the respect for user privacy, the honesty of …

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The dangers of assumptions in security

Assuming things is bad for your security posture. You are leaving yourself vulnerable when you assume what you have is what you need, or what you have is working as …

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When your laptop is your workspace, the real office never closes

With the COVID-19 pandemic, working from home has moved from a company perk to a hard requirement. Social distancing government mandates have forced complete office closures …

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Know thy enemy: The evolving behaviors of today’s cybercriminals

Organizations in the energy/utilities, government, manufacturing, and healthcare sectors have witnessed an increase in cyberattacks over the past year. In fact, recent …

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Radio frequency: An invisible espionage threat to enterprises

You can’t see it, but corporate airspaces are under attack via radio frequencies. Foreign governments, competitors and cyber criminals are all conducting radio-based attacks …

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5 questions about website and brand security every business owner should ask

Your website is the primary way your customers interact with your enterprise. You envision and create a website to: Enhance customer engagement and conversion of visitors to …

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