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Get Out! The FUD Is Coming from the Inside GET OUT! THE FUD IS COMING FROM THE INSIDE

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Nov 05, 2019

On LinkedIn, Ron C. of CoreSolutions Software said, “Cybersecurity is no longer just a technical problem. It’s now more of a people problem! So why aren’t businesses prioritizing security awareness training for their staff?” There was a massive response and mixed agreement. R...

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Say It Loud! I Didn’t Read the Privacy Policy and I’m Proud! SAY IT LOUD! I DIDN’T READ THE PRIVACY POLICY AND I’M PROUD!

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Oct 29, 2019

We’re blowing it with general cybersecurity education. According to a study by the Pew Internet Research Center, most Americans don’t understand or can’t identify basic cybersecurity concepts such as two-factor authentication, private browsing, or the purpose of a privacy policy. W...

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Defense in Depth: User-Centric Security DEFENSE IN DEPTH: USER-CENTRIC SECURITY

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Oct 10, 2019

It’s impossible to create a security system that removes the user from the equation. They are integral and they have to be part of your security program. Security is defined by the individual. The minimum expectation you can have of your users is that they’ll operate in good faith. Avoid...

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Wait… What? Good News in Cybersecurity? WAIT… WHAT? GOOD NEWS IN CYBERSECURITY?

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Sep 24, 2019

We simply don’t hear enough good news cybersecurity stories that make those involved proud. What are the cybersecurity stories that aren’t being told publicly that should be? Michael Farnum, Set Solutions, said, “If you come into the job and aren’t willing to critically revie...

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David Spark is the Ira Glass of the Cybersecurity Industry DAVID SPARK IS THE IRA GLASS OF THE CYBERSECURITY INDUSTRY

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Aug 26, 2019

Take a few minutes with us as our Man on the Street Matt Stephenson checks in with Cybersecurity Media legend David Spark. We catch up on what David has been up to with his podcast series CISO/Vendor Relationship and Defense in Depth.

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SPOTLIGHT

In terms of malware, 2015 will go down as the year that ransomware got big, and the organized criminals behind it got bolder. IBM's Limor Kessem discusses what to expect from advanced malware variants in 2016.

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