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Biometrics in 2019: Increased Security or New Attack Vector?

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The Promise and Peril of 5G

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Why Zero Tolerance Is the Future for Phishing

Our Testing Data Shows You’re Letting Me Hack You Every Time Phishing just doesn’t get the love it deserves in the security community. It doesn’t get the headlines, security staff time, or dedicated attention that other, more flashy threat vectors get. Certainly, high-impact malware variants that sweep the globe, get their own cool logos and […]

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Intel Patches High-Severity Privilege-Escalation Bugs

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Patch Tuesday, January 2019 Edition

Microsoft on Tuesday released updates to fix roughly four dozen security issues with its Windows operating systems and related software. All things considered, this first Patch Tuesday of 2019 is fairly mild, bereft as it is of any new Adobe Flash updates or zero-day exploits. But there are a few spicy bits to keep in […]

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