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As trade tensions between the US and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) escalate, PRC-sponsored hacking and spying on US businesses is also on the rise. How worried should you be about state-sponsored hackers targeting your organization?

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How easy is it to hack an ATM? Probably easier than you think, according to cybersecurity expert Fred Mastrippolito and Peter Quach, project manager at Polito Inc., a cybersecurity company that recently tested new ATM machines for a banking client. The Polito team discussed that experience during a recent AppGuard webinar and revealed some surprising […]

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Anyone who hoped 2019 would bring a break in the pattern of rising data breach risks will be disappointed to learn that the first quarter of this year set new records in the worst way. A recent TechRepublic article notes “a record-breaking number of data breaches that exposed billions of documents to theft”  — the […]

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By Maitland Muse, Vice President of Channels & Strategic Alliances There’s a saying in politics: never let a crisis go to waste. It’s true in business too, and the current cybersecurity crisis presents an opportunity for every company that provides connected services. High-profile data breaches are affecting businesses across all industries, including automakers, hospitality brands, […]

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Cybersecurity costs keep going up as threats proliferate and companies spend more on endpoint detection and response (EDR) and security information and event management (SIEM) solutions. CISOs add new solutions in response to emerging threats, creating complex, layered defenses. But despite a huge investment of time and money, breaches keep happening. Last month, a threat […]

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Russian hacker collective known as Fxmsp claimed to have breached three major U.S.-based antivirus companies. MeriTalk sat down with Maitland Muse to better understand the ramifications this news on Federal agencies and everyday end-users:

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Cyber defenders for cities are stuck between a rock and a ticking time bomb. One city after another falls prey to a growing number of attackers. Those not yet struck await what seems inevitable. Let’s see what we can learn from baltimore’s recent attack:

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Enterprise Government & Military

Posted on Jan 14, 2019

If you want better and easier server protection than what you have now or have read about elsewhere, then you need something very different. You’ve come to the right place for a brief introduction to the application of zero-trust principles WITHIN the endpoint. If you’re not receptive to change and different paradigms, read no further. […]

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