Month: September 2018

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Employee monitoring to protect against data loss and misuse is becoming mandatory in more industries, but insider security is harder than ever to enforce. As more regulations around data privacy and missteps at high-profile companies generate ongoing headlines, security teams attempt to monitor insider threats without stepping into the quagmire.  Teramind, a startup in Miami
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A call for new cybersecurity leadership came from Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker at yesterday’s 2018 Massachusetts Cybersecurity Forum. Hosted by Gov. Baker, the forum brought together more than 200 of the state’s foremost practitioners from the public and private sectors. The forum included thought leaders from cybersecurity companies, universities and research and development centers to
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by John E Dunn Researchers have discovered that several leading Android-based password managers can be fooled into entering login credentials into fake phishing apps. Password managers can be used to create, store, enter and autofill passwords into apps and websites. As well as allowing users to maintain scores of strong passwords, password managers can also
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An Active Directory deployment may seem straightforward, but it takes a bit of groundwork to set up a Windows Server 2016 domain controller. Active Directory Domain Services needs to be installed and managed by an IT administrator with a background in Windows Server 2016 and Windows environments. They should research the Active Directory (AD) domain
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For hobbyist photographers like myself, Hasselblad has always been the untouchable luxury brand reserved for high-end professionals. To fill the gap between casual and intended photography, they released the X1D — a compact, mirrorless medium format. Last summer when Stefan Etienne reviewed the newly released camera, I asked to take a picture. After importing the raw file
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by Anna Brading Facebook has suffered a data breach affecting almost 50 million accounts. Another 40 million have been reset as a “precautionary step”. What’s happened? In a post on the site earlier today, Facebook’s VP of Product Management, Guy Rosen, said that the breach was discovered on Tuesday 25 September 2018. Attackers exploited a
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ESET CTO Juraj Malcho outlines some of the ways in which organizations can reduce their cybersecurity risk Given our growing digital dependency, cybersecurity incidents and the exploitation of security soft spots can have serious and cascading ramifications for businesses and their customers. Recent history has seen no shortage of high-profile cyberattacks and data breaches, giving
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The timing of the attacks suggests that many attempts to take the networks offline may not necessarily be perpetrated by organized cybercriminal gangs Students and staff are suspected to be behind many distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks at colleges and universities in the United Kingdom, recent research suggests. The non-profit Jisc – which among other things
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Julian Assange, the founder of popular whistleblower website WikiLeaks, is stepping down from the position of editor-in-chief of the organisation under “extraordinary circumstances.” Assange, the 47-year-old Australian hacker, founded WikiLeaks in 2006 and has since made many high-profile leaks, exposing ‘dirty’ secrets of several individuals, political parties as well as government organisations across the world.
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Urban-X, the urban-tech startup accelerator backed by BMW MINI and early-stage urban-tech fund Urban.Us, hosted a demo day today for its fourth cohort of companies at its Brooklyn HQ.  The seven presenting companies offered solutions to issues plaguing modern cities, including toll-road pricing, energy and construction management, and even the inefficiencies of modern cycling helmets. In
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Cargo, the startup that helps ridesharing drivers earn money by bringing the convenience store into their vehicles, has raised $22 million in a Series A round led by Founders Fund . Additional investment came from Coatue Management, Aquiline Technology Growth as well as a number of  high-profile entertainment, gaming, and technology executives who include Zynga founder
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Joshua Franklin and his father created an election website security research tool, called Election Buster, to study common security failures among congressional websites, as well as fake sites designed to confuse voters. After investigating election website security in 50 states, five territories and Washington, D.C., Franklin discovered malicious activity and poor website security practices. He
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Six months after completing Y Combinator’s 12-week accelerator program, The Lobby is announcing a $1.2 million investment. The startup connects job seekers to Wall Street bankers, venture capitalists and other finance “insiders” for advice and personalized career coaching. Founder and former investment banker Deepak Chhugani wants to help people who don’t come from elite backgrounds or have