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3 Ways to Protect Yourself from a Ransomware Disaster
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3 Ways to Protect Yourself from a Ransomware Disaster

U.S. small businesses are losing $75 billion per year due to this cyber menace.
Austin Mcchord
Security Awareness Training is Essential for Small Businesses
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Security Awareness Training is Essential for Small Businesses

Educate your staff in the ways of cybersecurity to avoid any potential data breaches.
Robert Siciliano
Microsoft: Security Industry Must Be 'Neutral Digital Switzerland'
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Microsoft: Security Industry Must Be 'Neutral Digital Switzerland'

Brad Smith says the security industry must become a check against nation-state cyber attacks.
The Worst Data Breaches in the U.S., Ranked State by State
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The Worst Data Breaches in the U.S., Ranked State by State

New data reveals insider errors as the primary cause of data breaches that affected 15.2 million Americans last year.
Luke Walling
This Tech Certification Can Keep Your Business Competitive
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This Tech Certification Can Keep Your Business Competitive

Get your employees up to speed on IT security practices.
StackCommerce
How You Can Protect Your Business From Online Threats
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How You Can Protect Your Business From Online Threats

A VPN is your best bet for shielding your venture from hackers and malware.
StackCommerce
5 Fundamental Best Practices for Enterprise Security
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5 Fundamental Best Practices for Enterprise Security

The importance of data integrity can't be overstated. Complacency risks the downfall.
Felix Tarcomnicu
3 Reasons Why You Should Install Your Own Private Cloud
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3 Reasons Why You Should Install Your Own Private Cloud

This tech tool puts cloud computing under your control.
Before You Use the Public Wi-Fi, Read This
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Before You Use the Public Wi-Fi, Read This

Is public Wi-Fi safe? Hell, no. But there are steps you can take.
MIT Is Growing Bomb-Sniffing Spinach Plants
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MIT Is Growing Bomb-Sniffing Spinach Plants

The Department of Homeland Security is about to get a green thumb.
Dan Bova
Worried About Security, Millennials Shun Mobile Payments
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Worried About Security, Millennials Shun Mobile Payments

One in four have abandoned the practice due to security concerns, according to a survey from VocaLink.
7 Ways to Keep Hackers From Destroying Your Startup
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7 Ways to Keep Hackers From Destroying Your Startup

Startups have a lot on its plates, but that doesn't mean cybersecurity should take a back seat.
Ethan Schmertzler
Yahoo Secretly Scanned Customer Emails for U.S. Intelligence
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Yahoo Secretly Scanned Customer Emails for U.S. Intelligence

The company complied with a classified U.S. government demand to look through millions of accounts at the behest of the National Security Agency or FBI, sources say.
Apple Logs Your iMessage Contacts and Could Share Them With Police
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Apple Logs Your iMessage Contacts and Could Share Them With Police

Phone numbers, time of contact and IP address are all game.