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Look beyond job boards to fill cybersecurity jobs

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The cybersecurity talent shortage keeps getting worse. According to Cybersecurity Ventures, the cost of cybercrime will double from $3 trillion globally in 2015 to $6 trillion by 2021. Meanwhile, the number of open cybersecurity jobs will increase from 1 million in 2016 to 1.5 million by 2019. Meanwhile, the scale…

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Google Gmail Restrictions May Force Hackers To Look For New Method Of Malware Distribution

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Google Gmail Restrictions May Force Hackers To Look For New Method Of Malware Distribution

Google Gmail is getting more serious about cybersecurity matters. Starting next month, Gmail will start blocking Javascript attachments in emails for security reasons. The search engine company made the big announcement on the G Suite Updates Blog. Reduce Malicious Attacks, …

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Why is there so much cyber ‘hacking’ going on right now? Computer Digital Forensics Expert says ‘look closer’.

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Why is there so much cyber ‘hacking’ going on right now? Computer Digital Forensics Expert says ‘look closer’.

Upon reading the attributed link labelled, “The evolution of hacking” – written by “The Guardian” and listed at the end of this article, Simon Smith, a real practicing certified expert White Hat Ethical Hacker and successful Senior forensic Private Investigator,

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Dating website reveals Newfoundlanders look to attract a mate with two key words

They may not immediately come across as the sexiest of words to include in your online dating profile, but hear Kimberly Moffit out: Newfoundlanders are making sense when they include “cabin” and “Horton’s” in their attempts to attract a partner online. Moffit is a psychotherapist and a relationship expert with Match, a dating website which recently compiled data on the most popular words used by Canadians in their profiles, by province. Newfoundlanders’ love of coffee was displayed in the spring of 2015 with “Horton’s” (as in the coffee shop chain) topping the list, but that changed to “cabin” last fall. Read More….

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Schools look to fix social media struggles

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Schools look to fix social media struggles

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram — Ridgefield Public Schools is having a more difficult time combating bullying on these social media platforms than in school hallways.
That was the main takeaway from the district’s Comprehensive School Climate Inventory (CSCI) survey that was

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Inside look at the race to outsmart hackers

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Inside look at the race to outsmart hackers

Russian hackers released Wednesday night another batch of Olympians’ medical records stolen from the World Anti-Doping Agency, including information on 10 American athletes.
That and other breaches at the DNC, state election systems and an alleged NSA hack raise concerns

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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Hackers Who Get Paid to Find Bugs

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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Hackers Who Get Paid to Find Bugs

Earlier this month, Apple announced it would start offering up to $200,000 to hackers who can find software flaws in its products, joining the ranks of hundreds of companies who offer financial compensation for bug-busting. The first program of this

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Car and Truck Manufacturers Look to Confront Cybersecurity Issues

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Car and Truck Manufacturers Look to Confront Cybersecurity Issues

As manufacturers pack cars and trucks with electronics and wireless connections, security experts are increasingly worried about the potential for hackers to take control of vehicles. Already, hackers have demonstrated how they can take control of a Jeep Cherokee and drive it into a ditch. Police in Houston are investigating a series of unsolved vehicle […]

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A Second Look: Media Coverage of the 7th Workers’ Party of Korea Congress

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With a few exceptions, the Western press and broadcast corps that trooped into Pyongyang to cover the recent 7th Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) deserves praise and our thanks. It was not an easy assignment. But let’s face it, we don’t just hand out bouquets here. There were gaps and shortfalls, and […] A Second Look: Media Coverage of the 7th Workers’ Party of Korea Congress is an article from 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, published by the US-Korea Institute at SAIS. View full post on 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

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TalkTalk’s longer-term prospects look less certain after cyber hack

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TalkTalk’s longer-term prospects look less certain after cyber hack

TalkTalk was a company born out of the need for diversification in a market operated largely by a monopoly. In late 2002, Sir Charles Dunstone’s Carphone Warehouse bought a small telecoms business to give it access to BT’s switching network. That access meant that Carphone, through a new brand, could offer a landline service to customers. A trial in Manchester in early 2003 was a success, and the company was soon promising it could deliver the service nationally, offering cheaper calls than BT. Within a year, broadband was on offer, and by April 2006, it was offering a combined high-speed broadband and landline package to cut bills by 60pc. As a challenger brand in a market that had been dominated by an incumbent, TalkTalk rapidly grew its customer base. And, despite early problems with service levels and questions over customer service, by the time Carphone demerged the business in March 2010, it had more than 4m broadband customers. Since then, the company has grown, under the leadership of Dido Harding, becoming more grown-up and a distinct entity in its own right. Despite Sir Charles remaining non-executive chairman and being the largest single shareholder – with a stake of just under […]

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