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October 19, 2017

IT Security News Blast 10-19-2017

TONIGHT! Don’t miss FUD Light at 4-6PM, Owl ‘n Thistle, Seattle https://criticalinformatics.com/cybersecurity-happy-hour-october-19th/ Financial services to boost security investment on account of breach risks Almost all (92 […]
October 18, 2017

IT Security News Blast 10-18-2017

FUD Light, 10/19, 4PM, Owl and Thistle, Seattle. https://criticalinformatics.com/cybersecurity-happy-hour-october-19th/ Cyber Wars: How The U.S. Stock Market Could Get Hacked DARPA has been conducting brainstorming sessions with […]
October 17, 2017

IT Security News Blast 10-17-2017

Choosing a cybersecurity vendor after the Equifax and Yahoo breaches Security and day-to-day information technology operations, such as network maintenance, should be treated as separate functions, […]
October 16, 2017

IT Security News Blast 10-16-2017

US banks to introduce new anti-fraud measures after Equifax hack US banks are stepping up anti-fraud controls after the data breach at credit checking group Equifax […]
October 13, 2017

IT Security News Blast 10-13-2017

Join Us For Fud Light, 10/19, Owl and Thistle Join us this upcoming Thursday, 10/19, for FUD Light: a happy hour to discuss the world’s favorite […]
October 12, 2017

IT Security News Blast 10-12-2017

How Today’s Cyber Risks Affect Corporate Resilience And Revenue Security and business continuity must go hand-in-hand in order to achieve the necessary resilience to match the […]
October 11, 2017

IT Security News Blast 10-11-2017

Western Washington University is building a cyber range, to be accessible to students statewide. If you are currently CISO of a private sector company and interested […]
October 10, 2017

IT Security News Blast 10-10-2017

SiteLock: Website Attacks Surged 186% in Q2 Websites belonging to small- to midsized (SMB) businesses experienced an astonishing 63 attacks per day in the second quarter […]
October 9, 2017

IT Security News Blast 10-9-2017

Your Secrets Are Wearing Emperor’s Clothes Institutions which rely on customer identify-proofing and authentication need to shift their thinking on what constitutes identity – and you, […]

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