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Hacker typing on a backlit computer keyboard Cybersecurity Consciousness during COVID-19

As we all deal with COVID-19 across the globe—medically, economically, and professionally—there are plenty of lessons to discover. There is also a lot to learn when it comes to cybersecurity. More people moving toward working from home means more opportunities for hackers to strike, so we must be smart and vigilant.

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Rajini Padmanaban
Red lit-up keyboard 4 Reasons Cybersecurity Is More Important Than Ever

Ignoring cybersecurity risks can be disastrous. And as recent hacks and scams have shown, it is not only large organizations or corporations that are being targeted, but also the personal data of everyday people. Here are four reasons cybersecurity is more important than ever, as well as ways you can protect yourself.

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Ryan Bronson
hacker using computer Security Testers Should Think like Hackers

It is a common belief that testers should think like end-users by going beyond the defined requirements, seeing if the application under test addresses end-user expectations, and evaluating how it fares against competition. But with security testing, testers have to think not only like end-users, but also like hackers.

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Rajini Padmanaban
The Potential for DevOps in Fighting Cyber Warfare

Government hacking incidents have put cyber warfare in the news. DevOps actually presents an interesting arsenal. With DevOps, your systems have excellent environment monitoring and are cryptographically verifiable such that the slightest penetration or unauthorized change is immediately detected.

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Bob Aiello
US Military’s Social Media Accounts Hacked

The US military command’s Twitter and YouTube accounts were hacked recently. Though the episode essentially amounted to little more than an annoyance, it should lead to an investigation into whether there are any more vulnerabilities in the administration's online accounts and profiles.

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Beth Romanik
Online Identify Theft Is Only Getting Easier

An expanding reliance on digital services requiring the input of personal information has increased the risk of data theft, and it only takes a few common pieces of information for the best thieves to steal your identity. More than ever, we need strong security systems to be developed.

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Josiah Renaudin
The Latest Software News

In this roundup of software-related news that matters to you, read about hackers who are attempting to disrupt GitHub and how a software glitch may have been responsible for delaying emergency help during the summer crash of an Asiana Airlines Boeing 777.

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Jonathan Vanian
September Hacking News Roundup

In this hacking roundup for September, read about two companies that are both specializing in hacking software, albeit from two different angles. One company is selling hacking tools to law enforcement agencies worldwide; the other company is building a software platform that prevents attacks.

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Jonathan Vanian