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Online Safety Tips from Penta Security, 2017 Data Privacy Day Champion

A Data Privacy Day Champion this year, Penta Security believes…
money

3 Devastating Cyber Attacks on Banks That Show How Vulnerable Our Money Is

When it comes to online banking, there’s no room for tolerating…
cloudbric website protection

Your Guide to the 3 Layers of Website Protection

Of course, it’s difficult to talk about completeness when it…
Connected car security
startup CEOs

3 Web Security Services for Startup CEOs

In 2013, Target, a massive retailer in the US, suffered a…
dark web

Which Industry Is Most Vulnerable To Hacks?

Previously, we discussed the different industries that are…
error

Reflection Attacks and Amplification Attacks

Here are two types of attacks that are intended to monopolize…
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Holiday Cyber Security Tips - Santa, Sales... but what about Security?

From Black Friday to New Year’s Eve... It’s that time of…
botnet

Attack Agents and Bots

One of the critical parts of a successful DDoS attack relies…

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