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Cyber Security Business Operations Core Services Analyst

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Primary Location: United States,New York,New York Education: Bachelor’s Degree Job Function: Technology Schedule: Full-time Shift: Day Job Employee Status: Regular Travel Time: No Job ID: 17018112   Description   The Cyber Security Business Operations Core Services Team aims at allowing … The post Cyber Security Business […]

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Discovery Services Technician

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Discovery Services Technician

Description Discovery Services Technician is an entry level position that performs tasks in support of Reveal Data’s electronic discovery services division. Tasks include forensic acquisition of data, data processing, data production, and providing assistance in resolving client related issues. The …

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Manager Information Services

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Manager Information Services

Manager of Systems Integration
 
Join the Information Technology team at New York’s #1-ranked hospital.
 
This is your opportunity to provide world class technology solutions that will directly impact the quality of a patient’s life.  At New York Presbyterian

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Category Specialist – IT Services

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Category Specialist – IT Services

Job Description
About SUEZ
We are at the dawn of the resource revolution. In a world facing high demographic growth, runaway urbanization and the shortage of natural resources, securing, optimizing and renewing resources is essential to our future. SUEZ (Paris: SEV,

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Forensic Technology and Discovery Services – E-Discovery Manager

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Forensic Technology and Discovery Services – E-Discovery Manager

US-NY-New York

Our Assurance group is one of the most trusted, respected and influential organizations in the industry. As part of our team, you will provide peace of mind to clients by using your skills and experience

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Lane Crawford Selects Orange Business Services’ Cloud to Improve Digital Shopping Experience

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Lane Crawford Selects Orange Business Services’ Cloud to Improve Digital Shopping Experience

Orange Business Services has been selected by Lane Crawford, a multi-brand designer label luxury retailer, to provide a cloud-based platform to extend, secure and manage its IT resources in Hong Kong and China. This deployment will enable Lane Crawford to

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IT Services Analyst

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IT Services Analyst

Salary
$65,400.00 – $79,572.00 Annually$65,400.00 – $79,572.00 Annually

Location
CA, CACoast Colleges District Office, Costa Mesa, CA, CA

Job Type
Classified Staff

Department
District


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IT warned to act now or risk losing access to vital online payment services.

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IT warned to act now or risk losing access to vital online payment services.

Online businesses in the UK are being warned by Bacs Payment Schemes Limited (Bacs) that they could be locked out of secure websites including those used to make salary payments, if they don’t act to update their systems. From 13 June, Bacs is adopting the new security, called SHA-2- SSL. At the same time as this change is being made, Bacs will withdraw support for older connection protocols to beef up security between connections. After 13 June 2016, only TLS 1.1 and 1.2 will be supported, meaning that IT departments professionals who want to access Bacs via Bacstel-IP or the Payment Services website to make or collect payments will need to have a web browser, operating system, and – if used – a Bacs Approved Software Solution that support these changes. It’s a significant shakeup that could have serious implications for UK businesses which use Bacs to make salary payments, and IT departments which manage back office supplier payments or payment collection by Direct Debit will be affected. This security update will affect everyone using Bacs to pay their staff and suppliers, or collect payments from customers using Direct Debits. In short, it adds stronger security to the way in […]

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OPM hack fallout: feds pay $133 million for (largely useless) ID theft monitoring services

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Last year, hackers believed to have Chinese government connections managed to breach the database of the federalOffice of Personnel Management (the agency that oversees security clearances for government employees and contractors), and stole sensitive and often blackmail-worthy information about 21.5 million people, mainly security clearance holders but also friends or family members thereof. The stolen information included Social Security numbers and what the OPM called “findings from interviews” — in other words, all the sensitive and potentially embarrassing personal information uncovered in the course of an intensive national-security background check. Last week, the Defense Department announced that it had awarded a $133 million contract to a company called ID Experts, to provide credit-monitoring services to the 21.5 million victims of the OPM hack. At first glance that looks like a bargain, at least by federal-budget standards: $133 million divided by 21.5 million clients comes out to just under $6.19 per OPM hacking victim. Granted, the Washington Post did report that, according to officials, the $133 million award is only the first piece of a larger government-wide contract expected to cost a total of $500 million over the next five years. Even so, 500 divided by 21.5 still averages out to […]

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Match Must Use Size To Overcome Challenges Facing Public Dating Services

MERGERMARKET – Aug 24 – OPW – Aug 24 – As The Match Group moves toward an IPO, it must use its size advantage to overcome the difficulties that have plagued other dating companies that have gone public. Read More….

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