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How to address the changing reality of cybersecurity

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The issues and challenges around cybersecurity are changing. In the past, cybersecurity models centered on placing a firewall around an enterprise and assuming everything inside that firewall was trustworthy and secure while everything outside of it was part of a malevolent world. With IP technology, the Internet of Things, and…

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You can’t keep changing men, so ……….

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Changing Technology Leads Evolving Cybersecurity Strategy

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Changing Technology Leads Evolving Cybersecurity Strategy

Dr. Jacob Shively, assistant professor of government at the University of West Florida, recently received a GROW Institute grant from the UWF Office of Research and Sponsored Programs to begin to look at the implications of technology and security policy. “My larger area of interest is national security and foreign…

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Adultery: New survey sheds light on changing attitudes in the digital age

Three-quarters of Americans believe that having sexual relations with someone other than their partner is “always” cheating, according to a new survey commissioned by the Deseret News and designed by Y2 Analytics and conducted by YouGov. The team polled approximately 1,000 Americans between March 17 and 19 examining attitudes about adultery. Questions ranged from following your ex on Facebook to having a one-night stand. Included in the survey, Adultery in the Digital Age, are attitudes about public figures and particularly a presidential candidate’s extramarital affair and its influence on how one would vote. Read More….

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Wife Catches Husband Cheating Over Tinder, So She Gets Her Revenge By Changing His Profile

This wife took a look at her beloved husband’s phone one day, only to find a Tinder logo in his notifications. She then realized that he had been using the dating app to cheat… So, naturally, the angry wife decided to make some changes on his profile and let the single ladies of the world know just who he really is! The husband has been identified as Mike, 29 years old, and boy did he get a surprise. Read More….

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Federal officials say their cybersecurity paradigm is changing

Federal officials say their cybersecurity paradigm is changingSource: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Technologies like cloud computing are changing the way federal agencies think about cybersecurity, with more emphasis on network resilience over perimeter security and an overriding need for automation, officials said Thursday. Cybersecurity today “comes down to automating your response. If … The post Federal officials say […]

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The Changing Role of the White Hat Hacker

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The Changing Role of the White Hat Hacker

The word “hacker” existed long before it entered the public consciousness as a reason to practice good cybersecurity habits. It goes back to the 1960s, where computer culture was developing at MIT. The Jargon File, a glossary for computer programmers …

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How APIs are Changing the Face of Enterprise Cybersecurity

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

How APIs are Changing the Face of Enterprise Cybersecurity

Cyber threats today are more sophisticated than ever. They are specifically engineered to avoid traditional detection methods while silently siphoning data and assets from an organization or, even worse, disrupting the business. In fact, according to a 2015 study from

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State education officials weigh changing anti-bullying law – Education Week

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Sophisticated cyber crime methods are changing the definition of hacking

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa — More than 100 banks in 30 countries have joined the ranks of Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield and Sony Pictures. As targets of unprecedented, and likely some of the most costly, cyber attacks in history, the financial institutions, insurance company and film studio are reeling after record-setting amounts of data, money, internal emails and more were stolen by hacker groups, which in some instances are believed to have been sanctioned by nation-states. Just last year, thieves behind the Target and Home Depot breaches made off with customer credit card numbers and cost the corporations millions of dollars. But most data breaches don’t make headline news, and sometimes companies don’t know they’ve been hacked until it’s too late. In 2014 alone, there were more than 740 breaches in the financial, business, health care, education and government sectors, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center. That figure is expected to climb in 2015. Penn State’s own intrusion detection and prevention system operated by Security Operations and Services, the University’s cyber security team, identifies and blocks approximately 157,000 hostile systems from accessing 200,000 computers on the University network on any given day. And within the next year, areas across […] View full post on National Cyber Security