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Many businesspeople put their firms’ data at risk because they fail to understand several important concepts about encryption. Simply understanding that data can be protected from unauthorized parties by encrypting it is insufficient to deliver security; in order to secure information people must know when needs to be secured, and must actually encrypt accordingly. Many […]
If you use CCleaner for Windows by Avast (as I do) you should check what version you are running and immediately update or remove the software; researchers at Cisco’s Talos unit have discovered that criminals managed to install a backdoor in the popular clean-up-your-computer tool, that, according to its maker, has been downloaded 2 billion […]
As has been widely publicized in the media, and as the firm noted on a special website, Equifax, one of the “big three” American credit bureaus, suffered a serious cybersecurity breach that may have jeopardized significant personal information about 143-million Americans, in addition to the credit card information and dispute records of hundreds of thousands of […]