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How to Choose the Best Vulnerability Scanning Tool for Your Business

Galido

Information Technology Blog - - How to Choose the Best Vulnerability Scanning Tool for Your Business - Information Technology Blog. For any business today, scanning its systems and network for vulnerabilities is of critical importance. We now have all kinds of new, improved vulnerability scanners that make it all easy for entrepreneurs and network admins. After all, it’s all for the security of your business! Networking Security

Timeline: How a Hacker Tried to Poison a City

SecureWorld News

A computer workstation lit up with someone gaining remote access to the water treatment plant, and workers assumed it was a boss who often monitored the systems remotely. was brief and not cause for concern due to supervisors regularly accessing the system remotely to monitor the system.".

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How Microsoft Word “Protected View” Stops Information Leaks

Perficient

Microsoft Word has long offered support for loading images and templates over the network. Unfortunately, these features can be abused by bad actors to obtain operational intelligence on individuals, or even to steal credentials. Someone engaging in spear phishing could employ Word-based web trackers to learn more about the type of desktop computer and operating system a target is using, helping the spear phisher tune his or her strategy for further attack.

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Mobile Security should be your top concern

Doctor Chaos

However, as users have become more mobile and carry more information on their devices, the security risks and potential vulnerabilities this introduces to an organization have increased dramatically. In the past, organizations had a clear security perimeter.

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Mobile Security should be your top concern

Doctor Chaos

However, as users have become more mobile and carry more information on their devices, the security risks and potential vulnerabilities this introduces to an organization have increased dramatically. In the past, organizations had a clear security perimeter.

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Mobile Security should be your top concern

Doctor Chaos

However, as users have become more mobile and carry more information on their devices, the security risks and potential vulnerabilities this introduces to an organization have increased dramatically. In the past, organizations had a clear security perimeter.

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Top 5 Tips to Improve Your Linux Desktop Security 2017

Galido

Having Linux as your operating system is one of the better decisions you can make concerning your computer’s security. Having this OS on your desktop allows you to relax a little bit when it comes to many forms of security breaches, which would probably inflict serious damage to less security-oriented systems. This is why we decided to talk about 5 tips to improve your Linux desktop security in 2017 that are easy to follow and will give great results.

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Top Ten Ways Not To Sink the Kubernetes Ship

Linux Academy

To ensure ongoing security site reliability engineers must work hand-in-hand with the CISO’s (Chief Information Security Officer) office to implement Kubernetes security. It is important to use security tooling such as OpenSCAP, the open source version of the Security Content Automation Protocol, to harden virtual machine images prior to their deployment in virtual private clouds. Implement Pod Security Policy. Implement Network Policies.

The Hacker Mind Podcast: Hacking Healthcare

ForAllSecure

I suppose such things happen, but what I remember was her telling her surprise when the system booted up and the Windows 95 splash screen came up … wait, what? Here we were in the 21st century, and the lab was using an operating system that was no longer supported by Microsoft.

The Hacker Mind Podcast: Hacking Healthcare

ForAllSecure

I suppose such things happen, but what I remember was her telling her surprise when the system booted up and the Windows 95 splash screen came up … wait, what? Here we were in the 21st century, and the lab was using an operating system that was no longer supported by Microsoft.