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“Cyber Sabotage” Could Be the Next Big Crime Wave

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“Cyber Sabotage” Could Be the Next Big Crime Wave

A new report by security researchers is sending chills down the spines of power industry executives. While investigating a power outage in Ukraine from last December, they found a new type of malware that appears to have been custom-made for infecting electric utilities. The malware, called CrashOverride, is fairly significant…

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Fishtech To Build New Cloud Security Operations Center, The Next Step In A Managed Security Evolution

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Fishtech To Build New Cloud Security Operations Center, The Next Step In A Managed Security Evolution

As more companies move to the cloud, current methods of managed security just aren’t good enough. That’s what the Fishtech Group believes, and the Kansas City, Mo.-based security solution provider is ready to help as it announced on Thursday that it would launch a new Cloud Security Operations Center (CSOC). “Our vision is that you have to think differently,” CEO …

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The Next Wave for Cybersecurity Awareness

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The Next Wave for Cybersecurity Awareness

The annual RSA Conference is a lot of things to a lot of people (43,000 this year!). For me, it’s become an annual opportunity to step out of the stream and to look back at what has happened in the …

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These Girls Busted a Cheating Wife Sexting While Sitting Next to Her Husband at a Baseball Game

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These Girls Busted a Cheating Wife Sexting While Sitting Next to Her Husband at a Baseball Game

During an Atlanta Braves Match, two ladies witnessed something that they couldn’t keep quiet about so they did what they had to do. A lady sitting in front of them was very casually sexting another man whilst her poor unsuspecting …

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What You Need to Do About Cheating Wife Beginning in the Next 5 Minutes

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What You Need to Do About Cheating Wife Beginning in the Next 5 Minutes

Cheating Wife – the Story For different men though it’s just an issue of not opening up with different men this way. It’s great to appear as beautiful as possible, I tell her. Read More….

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Going Global: SUU Will Train Vietnam’s Next Cyber Security Experts

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Going Global: SUU Will Train Vietnam’s Next Cyber Security Experts

Information technology students in southeast Asia will soon be taking graduate-level cybersecurity courses from Southern Utah University.
It’s all part of a partnership between SUU and FPT Corporation, which is the largest Vietnamese telecommunication company in southeast Asia and on

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Preparing Teachers for Next Generation Science Standards – Education Week

The Next Generation Science Standards require a different approach to teaching, but they embrace ideas long considered best practices in science instruction, writes Lauren Madden.

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Half of Americans Expect They Will Lose Money to Identity Theft Next Year

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There are few things Americans can agree on. Even the most lopsided presidential elections, for example, left 4 of 10 voters unconvinced that the winner was the right person for the job. Despite our variety of opinion, however, half of Americans agree that they are at risk of losing money to identity theft over the […]

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Hacking terrorist’s iPhone was easy compared to next FBI hurdle

231The next frontier in the battle between the FBI and technology companies over encrypted communications will be more legally complicated — and messy — than trying to get into the iPhone of a dead terrorist. Messaging tools like Facebook’s WhatsApp and Internet services that automatically encrypt the content of texts, phone calls and other data […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

Hackers’ Next Big Target Are EHR Vendors

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Over the course of 2015, countless data breaches occurred within hospital networks, health insurers, physicians’ offices, and other organizations in the healthcare industry. In fact, Community Health Systems, Premera and Anthem were just a few of the most notable names who made cybersecurity headlines last year. More than 94 million records were exposed as the result of attacks varying in sophistication, which ranged from standard, employee-targeted breaches, to more complex methods carried out by scheming hackers. It’s widely agreed upon that hackers target industries that hold valuable, sensitive and extremely personal data. It follows, then, that the healthcare industry is one of those targeted sectors, and has been for quite some time, due to its treasure trove of private information including mailing addresses, family histories, medical conditions, social security numbers and much more. But with attacks increasing in both size and complexity, it’s time to more closely examine the healthcare industry, in particular electronic health record (EHR) providers. A Recent EHR Scare Last June, Medical Informatics Engineering informed customers that it suffered a cyber-attack that resulted in the theft of data. The medical firm is the creator of NoMoreClipboard, a web-based EHR platform that enables physicians’ offices to manage patient […]

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