The digital skills gap, especially in cybersecurity, is not a new phenomenon. This problematic is now exacerbate by the prevalence of burnout, which was presented at Black Hat USA 2022
Windows used to be the big talking point when it came to exploits resulting in mass casualties. Nowadays, talks turned to other massive attack platforms like #cloud and cars
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The NHS was victim of a potential cyberattack, which raises the question of the impact of those data breach for the public.
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Our Security evangelist's take on this first day of Black Hat 2022, where cyberdefense was on every mind.
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Tinder, Bumble or Grindr - popular dating apps depend heavily on your location, personal data, and loose privacy settings. Find out how to put yourself out there safely by following our suggested settings tweaks.
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Has your PC been hacked? Whatever happens, don’t panic. Read on for ten signs your PC has been hacked and handy tips on how to fix it.
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Learn the basics of zero-trust, and how building a zero-trust environment can protect your organization.
Are you on Tinder? With 75 million monthly active users, you might be able to find the right one. However there are also traps you need to look out for. Read more about catfishing, sextortion, phishing and other practices used by scammers.
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Whether you are getting ready for back-to-school season, getting new work laptop or fancying a new gamer's pc, learn the steps to protect your new PC from cyberthreats.
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Cybercriminals exploited a vulnerability to steal the equivalent of 18M$ from the NFT music streaming platform Audius, while other cyberthreats related to crypto makes the news.
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Learn to spot some of the threats that you can face while browsing online, and the best tips to stay safe on the web.
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I’ve created an NFT so you don’t have to – here's the good, the bad and the intangible of the hot-ticket tokens
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ESET research shows yet again that macOS is not immune to malware and why some users can benefit from Apple’s Lockdown Mode
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Listen to Cameron Camp, Juraj Jánošík, and Filip Mazán discuss the use of machine learning in cybersecurity, followed by Cameron’s insights into the security of medical devices
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Previously unknown macOS malware uses cloud storage as its C&C channel and to exfiltrate documents, keystrokes, and screen captures from compromised Macs
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Why downloading pirated video games may ultimately cost you dearly and how to stay safe while gaming online
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