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Zero Trust Networks – A Cybersecurity Trend to Prepare For in 2020

January 6, 2020

Via: Michael Boyd

As cybersecurity attacks accelerate and tactics become more complex, modern organizations need a new security model that protects people, devices, apps, and data wherever they are located. In the following years, the traditional VPN will be replaced by Zero Trust, […]


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Let the Hunt Begin! All You Need to Know About Bug Bounty Programs

December 6, 2019

Via: James Hughes

Google has recently revealed increased payouts to its Android Security Rewards. The company is willing to award up to $1.5 million to hackers who can successfully hack its Titan M security chip, which is used on Pixel devices. Google has […]


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The Best VPN Services for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses in 2020

November 20, 2019

Via: William Palmer

Keeping your data safe has never been more crucial than now. Whether it’s a large enterprise or a small business, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are a must for employees who travel frequently or work often on public Wi-Fi and need […]


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The New Cold Boot Attack Leaves Most Systems Vulnerable

November 4, 2019

Via: William Palmer

Security researchers have recently found that almost “all modern computers” are vulnerable to a modified version of the old cold boot attacks.  This new version, discovered by a Finnish company last year, can interfere with a machine’s firmware in order […]


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iPadOS: A New Level of Mobile Productivity

October 17, 2019

Via: James Hughes

It’s undeniable that Apple’s iPad has become the go-to tablet for both home users and professionals. According to IDC, as of Q2 2019, Apple made up 38.1 percent of the global tablet market and saw increased growth over the same quarter of the […]


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5 File-Sharing Services for Your Organization

September 22, 2019

Via: Kelly Redmond

The way we work has changed. As of 2019, the number of companies allowing remote work has increased up to 66%, with 16% of them being fully remote—according to recent research. Because this is a growing trend, one that can yield […]


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Google’s Major iPhone Security Flaw Actually Affects More Operating Systems

September 6, 2019

Via: William Palmer

Google’s Project Zero security task force reported that it uncovered an “indiscriminate” hacking operation that targeted iPhones for at least two years to gain access to personal files, messages, and real-time location data. According to Motherboard, it could be one […]


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How to Choose the Right Data Recovery Software

August 10, 2019

Via: William Palmer

Data loss is one of the most damaging things that can happen to a business. Losing crucial files and sensitive business information can be costly, whether it’s through human error, cyber-attacks, natural disasters, or faulty equipment. Data backup is the […]


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Ethical Hacking: A Critical Cog in the Future of Cybersecurity

July 20, 2019

Via: Kelly Redmond

Every headline-grabbing cyberattack unveils new sophisticated hacking techniques, but the attacker’s portrait remains the same: a modern-day professional with a strong sense of curiosity, patience, and social skills that thoroughly examines a company’s systems, takes note of every vulnerability, then […]


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The Dangers of Using Facial Recognition Technology to Secure Your Business

June 19, 2019

Via: William Palmer

Facial recognition technology is the new gold standard for the modern business world. Although these face-detecting systems have been around for decades, their use has expanded tremendously in a rather short period of time. So much, in fact, that they […]