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Grammar Undercuts Cyber Security When Using Long Computer Passwords

Certain long computer passwords may not provide as much cyber security as previously thought. A new study reports that passwords based on grammatical structure give away vital clues that make them more vulnerable to being cracked. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon … Continue reading

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Did “Russian speaking operatives” create the Red October malware to invade specific organizations’ computers, networks and smartphones?

Last October, a world-name in IT anit-virus security and research, Kaspersky, revealed the workings of five-year old malware program hitting on networks throughout “diplomatic, governmental and scientific research organizations,” according to a post on SecureList.org, “The Red October Campaign…An Advanced … Continue reading

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IT Security Jobs — High Demand, Low Supply

Recent reports show that supply for the high demand IT Cyber security jobs needed for business today is simply not there. We explore this in our latest blog. Continue reading

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What Color is Your Cyber Hat?

People associate the term “hacker” with an individual who has malicious and/or criminal intent, has enough knowledge about computers to make them very dangerous, and are not to be trusted. Sometimes, they might be right. Sometimes, they couldn’t be farther from the truth. Continue reading

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