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aep (advanced endpoint protection)

What is AEP (Advanced Endpoint Protection)?

Although they were once considered reliable and accessible,…
session replay attacks-2

What Are Session Replay Attacks?

According to Bleeping Computer, 483 of Alexa’s top 50,000…
update to privacy policy

Notice of Privacy Policy Updates (November 2017)

Penta Security recently updated its privacy policy. Our concern…
encryption bypassed security

Bypassing Encryption Measures: The Security Implications

Law enforcement and security experts are once again at battle…
cryptocurrencies and cybercrimes

How Cryptocurrencies Fuel Cybercrimes

There are many benefits to cryptocurrencies — they’re…
hacker data breaches alarm

4 Big Data Breaches That Are Only Now Being Revealed in 2017

Many were shocked to find out that major consumer credit…
critical infrastructure and IoT

Critical Infrastructure, IoT, and Security

Thanks to the rapid growth and evolution of the Internet…
cybersecurity job shortage hiring

Today's Cybersecurity Job Challenges: Talent Shortage

This week during National Cyber Security Awareness Month,…
machine learning cyber attacks

Could Machine Learning Have a Role in Preventing Web Attacks?

In the cyber security community, there has been much debate…

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