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Coro is one of the fastest growing security solutions for the mid-market, providing all-in-one protection that empowers organizations to defend against malware, ransomware, phishing, bots, account takeover, and malicious behavior across devices, users, and cloud applications. More than 5,000 businesses depend on Coro for holistic security protection, unrivaled ease of use, and unmatched affordability. Coro employs innovative AI technology to identify and remediate the many security threats that today's distributed businesses face, without IT teams having to worry, investigate, or fix issues themselves.

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Security Magazine | March 20, 2020

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Facial recognition companies are seeing opportunity in their services with the Coronavirus in identifying individuals without the risk of close contact, according to OneZero. DERMALOG, a biometrics company that makes fingerprint, iris, and facial recognition hardware, has adapted its technology to determine temperature and is pitching the update as a safety feature, says the news report. Telpo is launching temperature-sensing terminals with facial recognition, which allegedly work even if a pers...

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CYBER ATTACK HITS US HEALTH DEPARTMENT AS IT TRIES TO FIGHT CORONAVIRUS

Pymnts | March 17, 2020

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A cyber attack was leveled at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on Sunday amid that department’s continued vital role in the coronavirus mitigation. The attack didn’t have any dire effects like a data breach, officials said, and HHS networks were functioning like normal by Monday. Officials were investigating the matter on Monday as well. Not many details were given on what happened exactly, but the attack was noticed because of a “significant increase” in ...

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HACKERS ARE USING CORONAVIRUS MAPS TO SPREAD MALWARE

Beingcrypto | March 17, 2020

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Hackers have been using the fear of the coronavirus to spread an infection of their own in the form of malware that has been discovered within coronavirus tracking maps. [TechRadar] This marks yet another way that bad actors have taken advantage of the fears of the current virus outbreak, which is already disrupting businesses around the world on its own. As usual, cybercriminals are using any confusion, fear, resulting in chaos to capitalize on people’s fears. This is not even the first t...

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CYBER SECURITY FIRM FINDS 'MULTIPLE VULNERABILITIES' IN TIK TOK SECURITY

abc6onyourside | January 15, 2020

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A cybersecurity firm tested the security of Tik Tok and found "multiple vulnerabilities" in the app's code, allowing for security loopholes and hacking accounts. Check Point Research published their findings on the app, showing the security concerns. The firm's research shows they were able to manipulate code to mess with accounts' contents, delete and upload videos without the account owner's consent, make previously "hidden" videos public, and access persona...

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SHOULD FACIAL RECOGNITION BE USED TO IDENTIFY INDIVIDUALS WITH CORONAVIRUS?

Security Magazine | March 20, 2020

Facial recognition companies are seeing opportunity in their services with the Coronavirus in identifying individuals without the risk of close contact, according to OneZero. DERMALOG, a biometrics company that makes fingerprint, iris, and facial recognition hardware, has adapted its technology to determine temperature and is pitching the update as a safety feature, says the news report. Telpo is launching temperature-sensing terminals with facial recognition, which allegedly work even if a pers...

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CYBER ATTACK HITS US HEALTH DEPARTMENT AS IT TRIES TO FIGHT CORONAVIRUS

Pymnts | March 17, 2020

A cyber attack was leveled at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on Sunday amid that department’s continued vital role in the coronavirus mitigation. The attack didn’t have any dire effects like a data breach, officials said, and HHS networks were functioning like normal by Monday. Officials were investigating the matter on Monday as well. Not many details were given on what happened exactly, but the attack was noticed because of a “significant increase” in ...

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HACKERS ARE USING CORONAVIRUS MAPS TO SPREAD MALWARE

Beingcrypto | March 17, 2020

Hackers have been using the fear of the coronavirus to spread an infection of their own in the form of malware that has been discovered within coronavirus tracking maps. [TechRadar] This marks yet another way that bad actors have taken advantage of the fears of the current virus outbreak, which is already disrupting businesses around the world on its own. As usual, cybercriminals are using any confusion, fear, resulting in chaos to capitalize on people’s fears. This is not even the first t...

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CYBER SECURITY FIRM FINDS 'MULTIPLE VULNERABILITIES' IN TIK TOK SECURITY

abc6onyourside | January 15, 2020

A cybersecurity firm tested the security of Tik Tok and found "multiple vulnerabilities" in the app's code, allowing for security loopholes and hacking accounts. Check Point Research published their findings on the app, showing the security concerns. The firm's research shows they were able to manipulate code to mess with accounts' contents, delete and upload videos without the account owner's consent, make previously "hidden" videos public, and access persona...

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