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Why the Education Industry May Be a Hacker's #1 Target

Most readers of the news are no strangers to the cyberattacks…
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The Women Running the Cybersecurity Industry

In 2013, Frost & Sullivan published a report that stated…
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SEO and Security: Exploring the Overlaps

When it comes to a company’s website, it’s a no-brainer that…
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GDPR: Keeping the Value Exchange Alive

The informational world is an economy, and the content that…
Digital Waves

Uncovering Threats to Data Integrity Embedded in AI

AI and IoT integrations in intelligent transport systems, smart…
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No Passwords Required? The Trends of Non-Password Authentication

In the past we’ve talked quite a bit about authentication and…
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What Smart Grid Security Vulnerabilities Could Mean for the Energy Sector

Five years ago, Ofer Shezaf, founder of OWASP Israel, shared…

SSL-Ready? How to check your SSL settings, step by step

We all know how important SSL is, and in the slew of security…

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