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Clearview AI Source Code, Facial Recognition Apps, Data Exposed

“Clearview AI’s cloud data buckets were left vulnerable, and unfortunately, these oversights caused their facial recognition apps and private data to be left open on the internet for anyone to access,” said James Carder, chief security officer and vice president, who…

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PINs Can Beat Tax Payment Fraud

Tax payments are just as prone to fraud as any other payment. The IRS states there were 649,000 confirmed fraudulent tax returns attempted to obtain $3.1 billion in refunds in 2018. With more than eight billion records exposed in 2019, cybercriminals already have the…

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The Scalability Dilemma: How Security Budgets are Failing to Account for Business Growth

When CEOs gleefully anticipate business growth, it would be wise to spare a thought for their CISO, who may regard the same growth as more challenge than opportunity. Growth may mean expanded risk, and companies must ensure their security teams…

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IPSec Scores $14.8M MSSP Gig with Vic Health

The state’s Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) awarded a $14.8 million contract to IPSec to roll out a virtual security operations centre (VSoc) using LogRhythm’s technology. IPSec will deploy and manage the VSoc platform over a three-year period,…

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How to Keep Your Data Secure While Working From Home

“During times like this, attackers know that this [the pandemic] is something that’s interesting to everyone,” said James Carder, chief security officer of LogRhythm. “People are searching for ‘COVID,’ ‘pandemic,’ ‘coronavirus.’” Attackers will buy up tons of domain names and…

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‘A Staggering Problem’: Working From Home Could Lead to Massive Data Leaks

The chances that a business had a continuity plan for something like COVID-19 is unlikely. “No disaster recovery plan considered a pandemic at this scale,” said [James Carder]. “I’m fairly sure no one had that binder on their shelves.”

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San Francisco International Airport in Data Breach

According to [James Carder], this latest data breach continues to show just how vulnerable many companies are, despite the recent cases. Carder says: “The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) data breach is yet another example of the importance of IT…

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LogRhythm Expands Leadership Team with New CRO

Mitchell Rowe has been named as the new chief revenue officer (CRO) for LogRhythm. Rowe joins the company from Ivanti, where he held the role of chief revenue officer for the past three years, and brings more than 20 years’…

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Pandemic Sends Enterprises Racing to the Cloud

“We’re seeing a lot of phishing attacks masking as COVID sites or people trying to portray themselves as the Centers for Disease Control of the World Health Organization,” said James Carder, chief security officer at LogRhythm Inc., developer of a…

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15 Tech Leaders Share Their Favorite Apps And How They Impact Their Daily Lives

I have all my financial data in one spot. I check Mint daily to ensure that I can see anomalies in spending, my current cash amount and net worth, how my investments are doing and my credit score. I can set budgets,…

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15 Vital Steps To Take Before Closing A Deal With A New Software Vendor

Organizations need to fully understand the business problem they are trying to solve when making technology decisions and before selecting vendors for that technology. There is often not just one vendor they’ll need to partner with to solve the problem,…

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Marriott Hotels Breached, Data of 5.2M Believed to Have Been Accessed

Commenting on the incident, Andrew Hollister, senior director of security intelligence company LogRhythm, said: “A global company like Marriott, which holds a massive amount of personal information about its guests, will always be an attractive target for bad actors.

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