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Increase Your Cyber Security Savvy & Outpace Hackers

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Without a thorough understanding of their cyber security posture, organizations put themselves at risk for preventable, potentially catastrophic data breaches. Even some of the largest companies have had to learn this lesson the hard way, and the news headlines about their plight should serve as a warning. The recent theft of payment card information for approximately 350,000 Neiman Marcus customers ...

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Lunarline’s School of Cyber Security Offers NEW Malware Analysis Course

Another gripping Lunarline cyber security press release

ARLINGTON, VA – July 1st 2014 – We at Lunarline are thrilled to announce that the Lunarline School of Cyber Security (SCS) is now offering a new Malware Analysis Course. This 4-day hands-on course provides students with insight into advanced static analysis methodologies, techniques for researching active malware, and real-life examples of malware capabilities and characteristics. While we initially developed ...

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Lunarline Announces New Training Program to Help DoD Adapt to the new RMF for DoD IT

Another gripping Lunarline cyber security press release

Lunarline’s Rebecca Onuskanich: “We make this easy. Well, almost.” Arlington, VA, April 21 – After many long years and a few false starts, The DoDI 8510.01, Department of Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) has been officially superseded. As of March 12, 2014, DoDI 8510.01 has been re-issued. The process is now referred to as the Risk Management Framework ...

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Lunarline: Your Partner in Security Compliance

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On paper, the work of a cyber-security team sounds like one nonstop adventure! Stopping the attacks of cybercriminals around the world who are continually developing more sophisticated and more frightening exploit methods – it’s not a bad starting premise for a techno-thriller, right? Sure, staying a step ahead of malicious hackers has the potential to get interesting. However, the more ...

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