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Personal Cyber Security Has Now Become More Personalized

Cyber-attacks are amplifying across the globe.  Personal cyber security is important as not only have they becoming more frequent, but they are also impacting a wider band of digital terrain. A single worm, like WannaCry is capable of infecting countless systems in numerous ways, from email accounts to personal data to service disruptions and other […]

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A Proactive Ransomware Mitigation Strategy for Electronic Health Records

Ransomware is distributed as a social engineering ploy via email, malicious links and malvertizing, among other techniques. A proactive ransomware mitigation strategy is needed as once a user falls prey to these human exploits, ransomware is downloaded to the victim’s computer to begin the malicious process.  The virus attempts to connect with encryption-key servers, takes […]

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IoT Security Chipset in Embedded Devices

Embedded Devices with IoT Security and Vulnerabilities

Embedded Devices, once thought to be too small to include their own security, undergo a more thorough analysis beginning with firmware testing. The software inside the chip is just as important as the application controlling it. Both need to be tested for security and quality. Some of the early IoT botnets have leveraged vulnerabilities and […]

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Facing New Cyber Warfare Tactics – Implement CCI Methods for IoT / Infrastructure

Cyberspace is an official battlefield for almost a decade in many states. According to a series of data breach investigations report (2013-2016) of Verizon facing new cyber warfare tactics, despite cyber criminals remain a major actor category in causing data breaches, the significant participation of nation-states and state-affiliated groups in cyber-operations is not to be […]

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Healthcare Industry Unprepared Technology Adoption, And Here’s Why…

The cybercrime threat landscape for the healthcare industry vertical is evolving at unprecedented rates. The healthcare industry unprepared technology adoption, has remained on the sidelines of the cyber war. The malicious intent of financially motivated or state-sponsored cyber-criminals was best served by victimizing financial institutions, power infrastructure and the business sector. The sheer wealth of […]

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