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Chinese hacking group expands its target list

A hacking group with suspected ties to the Chinese government has been recently hitting government and other organizations in Asia, Europe, and Africa with malware that takes over the targeted computer.

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Partner Training Makes All the Difference

Partner Training Makes All the Difference “While initiating and building training programs mostly lies with the vendors, this doesn’t absolve partners or distributors of responsibility in ensuring their employees are up-to-date with new technological improvements and training,” says Michael Dalgleish,…

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Millions impacted in major health breach

Shields Health Care Group suffered a data breach affecting two million patients. Sally Vincent shares how this attack affects the organization and patients and what companies can do to prevent future attacks.

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How to Build a Targeted and Sustainable Cybersecurity Budget

How Much is Enough? How to Build a Targeted and Sustainable Cybersecurity Budget Ensuring cybersecurity investments align with the business’ goals is a key element of success, however, managing the two simultaneously can be extremely challenging. Kev Eley, Vice President…

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The Need for Predictive Tools is Greater than Ever

The Need for Predictive Tools is Greater than Ever Cybersecurity is undergoing massive shifts in technology and ML can play a vital role in this by capturing insights through its predictive capabilities. Predictive analytics brings a new level of visibility…

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How to Keep Crooks From Enjoying Your Holiday

LogRhythm’s CSO, James Carder, shares important cybersecurity measures to take when traveling.

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