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Two Years Into GDPR, a Flashback of the Seven Biggest Fines

May 25 marked the 2nd anniversary since the world’s strictest…
data transmission

More than Just Data: The 4th Industrial Revolution

Prior to the US presidential election back in 2016, most of the…
SW Ransomware

[Security Weekly] Ragnar Locker Ransomware Attacks From Virtual Machines

5th Week of May 2020   1. Ragnar Locker ransomware attacks…
SW Trump Tower
Anonymous

What Is Personal Data? Differences Between Pseudonymization, Anonymization, and Data Encryption

Despite the silent yet aggressive spread of COVID-19, most countries…
SaaS
SECaaS

Best SECaaS Solution for SME Websites

Whenever you hear the word ‘security’’, you might imagine…
wordpress

How Safe is WordPress? Top 4 WordPress Security Tips for Your Website

A website is a combination of pages with unique addresses and…

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