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Raytheon Dec 17
See why our Next-Generation Operational Control System has achieved the highest level of protections of any Department of Defense space system.
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john davis 8h
The padlock sign next to website address mean secure to many, But the truth is .... They are misused by phishing sites
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Raj Samani Dec 18
Drumroll.......and the most commonly used password for this year are.....sigh!
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AndyBlackAssoc 🇬🇧 ⭐️ 14h
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Cyber Security 21h
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Computacenter UK & Ireland 21h
2019 must be the year of secure & confident digital transformation for UK public sector success. Our future talent security specialists talk about why they want to help the UK Government give confidence to UK citizens that data is secure.
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EBS UK 5m
The double-edged sword of compiling mobility data. A great source of data and a risk to your cyber security.
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AJ_CyberSN Dec 17
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Corrata 22h
Are gateways really still suitable for today's mobile world? Our VP of Sales has the answer!
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CyberStars.pro Dec 17
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Taras Korostylov 2h
I am incredibly excited that Tokenomx will be on the 27 - 28 February 2019 in Bangkok, powered by Yellow! Tickets sales is live now) TokenomX - Battle of the Blockchains is going to be the TOP event in 2019
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Damini Soni 17h
For Open Redirects you can bypass a lot of WAF using a special character which a lot of browsers (such as FireFox) convert into a '.' which will complete your URL. The character is: 。 Usage: redirecthere。com
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Perimeter 81 9h
Rogue - Today, is something businesses can't take lightly. And when your start to spew out messages by hackers, it might be time to take matters more seriously. Read more in this article by Link:
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tresca b jakins Dec 17
Facial recognition technology on smartphones is supposed to protect your digital life from snoops. Or does it... Thomas Brewster from broke into a bunch of android phones with a 3D-printed head!
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Ṁirko Ṛoss 23m
⏱️ Soon there will be 43 megacitites, with populations of up to 33 million each. What's the challenge of for ? Read my article @CSObsevatory: CC
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AJ_CyberSN Dec 17
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Cybersecurity Concepts, LLC 5h
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AJ_CyberSN Dec 17
Director level network security opportunity
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HackIT Conference Dec 17
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The Hacker News 33m
Mayday, Mayday, Mayday! Someone hacked into one of the servers and may have stolen personal information of some of its current and former employees.
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