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  • Facebook Is Following Us And We Don’t Care
    by Di Freeze on 04/05/2021 at 9:08 PM

    A college student speaks out on privacy – Amanda Glassner Northport, N.Y. – May 4, 2021 If you call for an Uber ride, or a DoorDash delivery, then someone at Facebook could be watching. Zamaan Qureshi says Facebook is following him — even when he’s The post Facebook Is Following Us And We Don’t Care appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.

  • Do CISOs Get Amnesia? We Hope So.
    by Di Freeze on 03/05/2021 at 2:42 PM

    Vulnerabilities are impacting millions of smart and industrial IoT devices – Eli Kirtman Northport, N.Y. – May 3, 2021 The multi-billion-dollar Internet of Things (IoT) market has manufacturers pining for a competitive edge and their risky shortcuts to lead the race have security leaders on The post Do CISOs Get Amnesia? We Hope So. appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.

  • 11 Hot XDR Companies To Watch In 2021
    by Di Freeze on 30/04/2021 at 4:43 PM

    Helping SOC teams get on top of cybersecurity’s big data problem – David Braue Melbourne, Australia – Apr. 30, 2021 When big data techniques were popularized a decade ago, it didn’t take long before the security industry cottoned on to the opportunities posed by large-scale The post 11 Hot XDR Companies To Watch In 2021 appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.

  • Cybersecurity: Zoom, Collab Tools Are Critical Infrastructure
    by Di Freeze on 29/04/2021 at 3:22 PM

    Another balancing act for CISOs – David Braue Melbourne, Australia – Apr. 29, 2021 Despite the value of security features like multi-factor authentication (MFA), “exhausted” CISOs are still struggling to convince stakeholders to accept the level of security necessary to keep cybercriminals at bay, a The post Cybersecurity: Zoom, Collab Tools Are Critical Infrastructure appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.

  • Cybercrime To Cost The World $10.5 Trillion Annually By 2025
    by Di Freeze on 27/04/2021 at 7:15 PM

    Special Report: Cyberwarfare In The C-Suite. Sponsored by INTRUSION, Inc. – Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief Sausalito, Calif. – Nov. 13, 2020 /Download Report/ If it were measured as a country, then cybercrime — which is predicted to inflict damages totaling $6 trillion USD globally in 2021 — The post Cybercrime To Cost The World $10.5 Trillion Annually By 2025 appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.

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