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How Big Data is Transforming the Healthcare Industry

The evolution of healthcare  What comes to mind when…
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How Can Hackers Break into Cloud-Locked Phones?

In recent years, both individuals and businesses have been using…
Security Weekly - Israel

[Security Weekly] Personal Information of All 6.5 Million Israeli Voters Exposed

2nd Week of February 2020   1. Personal information of…
Hacking

The Inexorable Rise of Website Forgery and Tampering Attacks

There were numerous incidents over the past few years where personal…
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To Pay or Not to Pay: A Look at the Economic Impacts of Ransomware

Bitcoin and the rise of ransomware  The birth of Bitcoin…
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So Long, Windows 7!

Microsoft has ended its official support for Windows 7 on 14th…
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Infographic: Security Trends and Risks in the 4th Quarter of 2019

Latest report on web security trend is available! Have a look…

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