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  • Exploiting Windows Vulnerabilities Shows No Sign Of Slowing: The 6 Major Threats To Watch

    Recently, I wrote about the continuing threat Windows users face. Despite the major advances Microsoft has made in terms of increased security safeguards available in the latest release, Windows 10, there are millions of PCs still running older versions of the popular operating system which are highly vulnerable and susceptible to external threats. Of the many flavors of Windows still widely used, Windows 7 remains the most popular version of the operating system and where cyber criminals continue to focus much of their efforts.

  • 4 Ways To Deal With Cybersecurity Risks

    Web application security is a very hot topic these days. So what do CISOs need to know in order to deal with related risks?

  • Life Imitating Art: Understanding The Dangers Of XSS Attacks Cross-site scripting, or XSS, is a vulnerability so common that not only is it number three on the OWASP top 10, but it also just become a real-life storyline related to the popular hacking TV drama Mr. Robot. When the USA Network launched the website promoting season two of Mr. Robot, a white hat hacker also immediately uncovered an XSS vulnerability that would have allowed an attacker to gather users’ Facebook information.
  • Reducing The Threat Of Stolen And Compromised Credentials

    Compromised and stolen credentials continue to be a thorn in the life of the health IT security professional. A recent Cloud Security Alliance survey found more than 65 percent of respondents believed compromised credentials would be the root cause of a security breach.

  • The Network Is Your Headphone Cord

    Music is rapidly completing its astonishing transformation from a physical thing you have and hold to an ephemeral service experience. Streaming music revenue increased 45 percent in 2015 and now makes up nearly half of the world’s digital music revenue, according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry’s annual report.

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