Just the Facts Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance

| June 5, 2018

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A groundbreaking data protection solution that’s developed by the Oracle Database team as an extension to the database. It’s completely integrated with Oracle Database to eliminate loss exposure without impacting production database environments.

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Data Privacy Problem: Are Home Genealogy Kits a Security Threat?

Article | March 2, 2020

Surprising news recently emerged from the personal genetics business. The two leading direct-to-consumer companies in North America, 23andMe and Ancestry.com, announced within a week of each other that they were laying off a significant proportion of their workforce as a result of a steep drop in sales. This past Christmas, the sales of testing kits were expected to take a sharp hike — nothing says family like a gift that says prove it. But sales plummeted instead. According to Second Measure, a company that analyzes website sales, 23andMe’s business plummeted 54 per cent and Ancestry kits sales declined 38 per cent. Industry executives, market watchers and genealogists have all speculated about the causes of the drop in consumer interest. Market saturation? Early adopters tapped out? Limited usefulness? Recession fears? Whatever the theory, everyone seems to agree on one factor: privacy concerns.

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Security News This Week: A Tiny Piece of Tape Tricked Teslas Into Speeding Up 50 MPH

Article | February 22, 2020

This week was filled with wide-scale calamity. Hundreds of millions of PCs have components whose firmware is vulnerable to hacking which is to say, pretty much all of them. It's a problem that's been known about for years, but doesn't seem to get any better. Likewise, Bluetooth implementation mistakes in seven SoC—system on chips—have exposed at least 480 internet-of-things devices to a range of attacks. IoT manufacturers will often outsource components, so a mistake in one SoC can impact a wide range of connected doodads. The most troubling part, though, is that medical devices like pacemakers and blood glucose monitors are among the affected tech. YouTube Gaming, meanwhile, wants to take Twitch's crown as the king of videogame streaming. But its most-viewed channels are almost all scams and cheats, a moderation challenge that it'll have to take more seriously if it wants the legitimacy it's spending big money to attain. In another corner of Alphabet's world, hundreds of Chrome extensions were caught siphoning data from people who installed them, part of a sprawling adware scheme.

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DOCUMENT PROOFREADING AND EDITING SERVICES FOR YOUR CYBERSECURITY POLICY

Article | June 14, 2021

Recent data breaches, ransomware, and malware trends have increased the need to protect customer privacy. Regardless of company size or industry, you need a cybersecurity policy to ensure cybersecurity best practices in your organization. A cybersecurity policy contains preventive measures that protect your network from cybercriminals. To ensure that your cybersecurity policy is easy to read, understand, and implement, you need cybersecurity policy document proofreading and editing services. Your cybersecurity policy spells out cybersecurity dos and don’ts drafted from industry and state regulations that your employees should follow. It states the instructions your employees should follow to prevent cyberattacks and how they should react when they notice a network security breach. This protects data, promotes customer privacy, and prevents cyber-attacks. In this article, we spell out why you need cybersecurity proofreading and editing services.

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Cybersecurity in the Time of COVID-19

Article | March 30, 2020

A decade ago, Stuxnet pulled me into the accelerating, widening gyre of cybersecurity. I began to devote less time to global health, a topic on which I spent the previous decade developing familiarity and producing a large carbon footprint. I would frown when cybersecurity analysis borrowed concepts from public health, thinking, “if they only knew the life-and-death troubles that health practitioners face implementing those concepts.” Cybersecurity and public health are different challenges. Yet, the COVID-19 pandemic has cybersecurity relevance because it has generated sobering reminders of long-standing problems, unresolved controversies, and unheeded warnings that continue to characterize U.S. cybersecurity.

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