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  • This Week in Security News: Banks and Botnets

    Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, the FBI warned U.S. banks of a wide-scale cybercrime campaign called “ATM cash-out,” in which hackers use cloned ATM cards for fraudulent withdrawals. Also, a

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  • AV-Comparatives: Trend Micro Mobile Security for Android Provides 100% Malware Protection for Mobile Users

    With the introduction of Android v8.0 (Android Oreo) in August of 2017, among other OS improvements Google introduced its built-in malware protection for Android call Play Protect (dependent on Google Play Services 11 or later). Play Protect checks apps and APK files downloaded from Google Play or third-party sources,

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  • Carrier Grade Security Means … Using Carrier Grade Security

    It’s a common mistake in enterprises to copy-paste security solutions from a peer. Strategies can be recycled, but sadly with even very similar businesses almost always have radically different IT and security requirements. I recall one hospital that looked at a nearly identical peer hospital that was only a few miles

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  • AV-Comparatives: Trend Micro Antivirus for Mac Provides 100% Malware Protection for Mac Users

    Despite popular opinion otherwise, the days have long since passed when Mac users can venture forth on the Internet without having to worry about viruses or ransomware, phishing attacks or dangerous URLs. Though the number of attacks on the Mac are fewer than those on Windows machines (because there are fewer Macs, of

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  • How Do I Make My Windows 10 Computer Run Faster? (Part 1)

    We’ve all been there. You get your shiny home PC or laptop back from the store and unboxed and everything is perfect. It runs like a dream: starting up quickly, speeding you through internet searches and web browsing, and applications open in the blink of an eye. But then over the following months, gradually

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  • This Week in Security News: Hijacks and Healthcare

    Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, Singapore looks into the effectiveness of virtual browsers in an attempt to reduce cyberattacks on healthcare systems. Also, cybercriminals have hijacked the

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  • Fighting the Skills Gap Via Industry Leading Research and Inspiring Events

    By Kevin Simzer Among the headline-grabbing reports of election hacking, nation-state raids on utilities firms, and mega-data breaches, few outside the industry ask the question: Did the cybersecurity skills shortage play a part? It’s impossible to say for sure. However, what we do know is that chronic industry skills

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  • How to Restore Your Mac to Factory Settings

    Restoring your Mac to the factory settings can help fix problems if nothing else has worked. You should also restore your Mac to the factory settings before giving away or selling it to get rid of all your personal files and information. Because following the instructions below will wipe out all of the data

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  • How to Fix a Mac Stuck on a White Screen

    If a plain white screen appears when your Mac starts, then some of its hardware or software may have failed. Follow the steps below to solve the problem. 1. Check your Mac’s hardware systematically. To find a malfunctioning device attached to your Mac, start by disconnecting everything from it, including peripherals

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  • This Week in Security News: Facebook and Feds

    Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, Facebook’s chief security officer resigned as Facebook steps up its cybersecurity efforts. Also, Feds indicted three Ukrainians charged with stealing data on 15

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