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CCPA - Penta Security

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA): Your Last Chance to Get Ready

It’s 2020! At the fresh start of this new decade, where 5G…
Web application firewall

Web Security, Almost the Entire Cybersecurity in the World

Most of the systems operate via applications and web applications…
APAC map

3 Cyber Attack Trends to Hit Asia-Pacific in 2020

As we head into a new decade, there’s no doubt that there will…
EV charging

IoT, Connected Car, and ‘Transport Security’

As the IoT technology advances, we start to wonder if the security…
IoT Security Breaches

Top 5 Shocking IoT Security Breaches of 2019

With the continued growth of technologies and IoT devices, the…

Is Your Data on the Cloud Secure?

A Thorough Analysis of Risks and Security Measures  Cloud…

What We Can Learn from Georgia’s Massive Cyberattack and Do Better

 It was just last week, on the 28th of October,…
crypto wallet

3 Facts You Must Know Before Using Cryptocurrency Wallets

 Whether we like it or not - sooner or later, our future…
Cryptocurrency Wallet

There’s No ‘Currency’ in Your Cryptocurrency Wallet: Part 1

What is a Cryptocurrency Wallet?  In our day to day…

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