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The Top 10 Resources for Cyber Security News and Knowledge

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Cyber security threats never rest. Every day, rain or shine, major news sources break stories about new breaches, hackers go to work on more powerful exploits and analysts weigh in on best practices and threat intelligence concerns. Taking in everything can become overwhelming, even if it’s your full-time job. Because you can’t realistically read through every piece of cyber security ...

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Is Your Flashlight Spying on You? Android Malware Extraordinaire.

Recently a major news outlet brought on a “security expert” to scare monger inform users about a potential privacy issue with their apps. The security company evaluated the top 10 apps on the Google Play Store (Android app store for you iOS users). They determined that because the apps required too many permission they were, in fact, malware. Let’s back ...

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The Latest Victim of Cybercrime: America’s Favorite Pastime


Any true baseball fan knows that data is a big deal in Major League Baseball. Numbers and statistics play a sizable role in how managers strategize and how fans appreciate the game. Keeping up on ERAs, batting averages, and RBIs is what the sport is all about. Late last month, however, data became the focus of the MLB for a ...

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What to Make of Retail Industry Data Breaches

When you made your New Year’s resolutions for 2014, “carry more cash” probably wasn’t one of them. Yet in the past five months, we’ve seen a number of enormous retail industry data breaches that have compromised more than 100 million consumers’ information. And according to analysts, it’s likely there will be more to come. So, it’s understandable if you choose to ...

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