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What the NSA Leak Means for Your Cyber Security

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Who has their hands on the most advanced exploits around? U.S. agencies? Professional hackers working for nation-states like Russia? Established black-hat groups targeting Fortune 500 companies? All of those make the list. But after the recent leak of advanced cyber weapons at the National Security Agency (NSA) last month, you can add a new contingent to that list: Just about ...

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Cyber Security and the 2016 Campaign Trail

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If anyone thought the 2016 presidential campaign would shift media attention away from cyber security headlines, think again. In fact, as the candidates jockey for position, a number of cyber events have turned into major talking points for each of the hopefuls and brought the topic to center stage. The controversy regarding Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server ...

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Cisco’s 2016 Annual Security Report: What You Should Know

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Technology giant Cisco Systems releases a report each year that details the current state of affairs in cyber security, explains the latest challenges and trends in hacking, and recommends actions to minimize risks in the coming year. The 2016 Annual Security Report is now in circulation, and we at Lunarline would like to take the opportunity to call out a ...

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What the New Cyber Incident Policy Directive Means for Your Organization

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What exactly is the difference between a run-of-the-mill cyber incident and a “significant” cyber incident? Your organization may or may not have had to ponder this question in the past, but the federal government certainly has — and it’s an important question to boot. The distinction among severity levels will weigh heavily in the government’s response to cyber threats, and ...

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