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    7 New Meltdown and Spectre-type CPU Flaws Affect Intel, AMD, ARM CPUs

    Disclosed earlier this year, potentially dangerous Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities that affected a large family of modern processors proven that speculative execution attacks can be exploited in a trivial way to access highly sensitive information. Since then, several more variants of speculative execution attacks have been discovered, including Spectre-NG, SpectreRSB, Spectre 1.1, Spectre1.2, TLBleed, Lazy […] More

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    63 New Flaws (Including 0-Days) Windows Users Need to Patch Now

    It’s Patch Tuesday once again…time for another round of security updates for the Windows operating system and other Microsoft products. This month Windows users and system administrators need to immediately take care of a total of 63 security vulnerabilities, of which 12 are rated critical, 49 important and one moderate and one low in severity. […] More

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    Did IBM overhype Watson Health’s AI promise?

    In recent weeks, IBM has changed leadership at its Watson Health division and  announced a new business strategy for deployment that relies on a hybrid cloud, not a  public- or private-cloud only model. Over the past year, Watson Health – particularly Watson for Oncology – has come in for criticism that it has underperformed expectations. […] More

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    Another Facebook Bug Could Have Exposed Your Private Information

    Another security vulnerability has been reported in Facebook that could have allowed attackers to obtain certain personal information about users and their friends, potentially putting the privacy of users of the world’s most popular social network at risk. Discovered by cybersecurity researchers from Imperva, the vulnerability resides in the way Facebook search feature displays results […] More

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    Cynet Review: Simplify Security with a True Security Platform

    In 1999, Bruce Schneier wrote, “Complexity is the worst enemy of security.” That was 19 years ago (!) and since then, cyber security has only become more complex. Today, controls dramatically outnumber staff available to support them. The Bank of America has a $400-million cyber budget to hire security staff and implement a broad array […] More

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    Blockchain 2019: How crypto will convert cash, property into digital assets

    In 2019, the most innovative work involving distributed ledger technology (DLT) – blockchain – will focus on the tokenization of assets, or the ability to represent digital or physical assets and fiat currencies as tokens that can be sold or traded on a network. DLT has the ability to take anything, from a piece of […] More

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    Fix your data before you move it to the cloud

    Data seems to be a forgotten component of a good system architecture. In cloud migrations, I’m often taken back how the data that was bad on-premises is worse in the cloud. What does bad data look like? Poor data structures, redundant data, no single source of truth, and security and compliance issues all top the […] More

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    New APIs Suggest WPA3 Wi-Fi Security Support Coming Soon to Windows 10

    Windows 10 users don’t have to wait much longer for the support of latest WPA3 Wi-Fi security standard, a new blog post from Microsoft apparently revealed. The third version of Wi-Fi Protected Access, in-short WPA3, is the next generation of the wireless security protocol that has been designed to make it harder for attackers to […] More

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    Top 5 Factors That Increase Cyber Security Salary The Most

    Our partner Springboard, which provides online courses to help you advance your cybersecurity career with personalized mentorship from industry experts, recently researched current cybersecurity salaries and future earning potential in order to trace a path to how much money you can make. Here’s what they found were the most important factors for making sure you […] More

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    12 ways Azure beats AWS

    Amazon Web Services is an amazing constellation of products, but it’s far from the only game in the cloud world. Microsoft realized long ago that the future of enterprise computing lies in the cloud and it has been investing heavily in owning a piece of this market. The number of products sitting under the Azure […] More

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    How to use your iPad Pro to replace your laptop (Part 4)

    I’m trying to show how Apple’s iPad Pro sets new boundaries for mobile computing and offers a real alternative to a laptop for many of us. Today we’re taking a look at the Files app and how to use it effectively with an iPad. Episode guide: Part One: iPad Equipment Part Two: Keyboard, Typing, Shortcuts, and Dictation […] More

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    Don’t make your cloud migration a house of cards

    I’m often taken aback by the number of mistakes IT made with on-premises traditional systems that it’s now replicating in the cloud. If you have a cruddy applications design or overall architecture and relocate it the cloud, you end up with cruddy IT assets that are now in the cloud. Fact: The cloud is not […] More

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