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Majority Of Employees Unsure How To Deal With Sensitive Information

What percentage of your employees know how to properly handle sensitive information? The answer is “probably a lot less than you think.” In a recent survey conducted by MediaPro, it was discovered ...

Information Sharing Rules Change Affects Internet Service Providers

A new FCC ruling changes the game for Internet Service Providers around the country, which limits their ability to share or sell the information they have on the people who use their ...

AtomBombing Attack Could Be Huge Threat To Windows PCs

Researchers at a cyber security company called EnSilo have found a new vulnerability in Windows PCs, and it’s about as bad as it could possibly get. The new attack vector does not ...

Sad Day For Vine Video Users: Service To Shut Down

Vine, one of the many properties owned by Twitter, is dead, after the company tried unsuccessfully to find a buyer for the struggling service. If you’re a Vine regular, you’ve probably sensed ...

Cybercrime Has Affected 45% of Consumers: Are You Next?

It has been widely reported that cybercrime is one of the fastest growing types of crime on the planet today, but new statistics published by MarkMonitor’s Online Fraud Barometer indicate that it’s ...

New DSL Type May See Faster Speeds In Near Future

If you’re a VDSL user, there’s good news on the horizon. Recently, Nokia has announced some amazing increases in its XG.fast speeds, achieving up to 5Gbps (about 625MB per second) over 70 ...

More Medical Devices Under Attack, Some PaceMakers May Be Vulnerable

The Internet of Things has been getting a lot of bad press in recent weeks. Not long ago, an army of enslaved smart devices was used to bring much of the internet ...

How Denial Of Service Attack Took Down Part Of The Internet

You probably noticed that at various points during a day not long ago, you couldn’t get on the internet. If you could, a lot of the sites you’re used to visiting were ...

HIPAA Hits Hard, Health Company Receives 2 Million Dollar Fine

Yet more evidence that the federal government’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is cracking down on HIPPA violations, the agency recently levied a hefty $2.14 million dollar fine against St. ...

Android Users Should Be Aware Of New Drammer Hack

The Linux exploit called Rowhammer is back in the news. This time, it’s targeting Android devices. If you missed the news about Rowhammer, or need a refresher, the exploit basically works like ...

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