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Sep 05, 2016
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Why your smartphone is sicker than a room full of snotty toddlers

New report says mobile device malware is surging, getting more sophisticated. Read More

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Detection and response, where to begin
Regular password changes make things worse
The Dropbox data breach is a warning to update passwords
Iris scans as ID grow in use
Why these victims decided not to pay the ransom
Report: Smartphone infection rate doubled in first half of 2016

Video/Webcast: Armor

Is your Enterprise Data Secure From the Inside Out?

Protecting your organization's critical private data has become increasingly difficult as hackers create more clever and technically advanced threats. As a result, it's time to think about new ways to structure your organization's security response. Read More

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Detection and response, where to begin

Diverse group of security experts weigh in on strategies and best practices for making security everybody's job at MASSTLC Read More

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Regular password changes make things worse

Changing passwords is supposed to make things more difficult for attackers. Unfortunately, research shows that human nature means it makes it easier. Read More

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The Dropbox data breach is a warning to update passwords

Recent data breaches underline the need for Internet users to regularly update the passwords for all their Internet accounts. Read More

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Iris scans as ID grow in use

Iris scanner technology is emerging in smartphones, including the new Samsung Note 7, but is expected to come soon to cars and ATM machines to verify a user’s identity. Read More

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Why these victims decided not to pay the ransom

6 reasons why ransomware victims said enough is enough. Read More

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Report: Smartphone infection rate doubled in first half of 2016

Smartphone infection rates nearly doubled during the first half of this year, from 0.25 percent to 0.49 percent compared to the second half of 2015, according to a report released today by Nokia. Read More

White Paper: CenturyLink

Mitigating Branch Office Risks with Software-Defined Security

Branch office and remote site networks can be vulnerable to security threats due to complex security requirements and variables that make it challenging for enterprises to manage. That's the bad news. The good news is that software-defined technology now available with SD-WAN can significantly improve the deployment and management of security at the branch. Get the deep dive on how. Read More

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