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The Cyber World War: Is It Already Here?


Analysts have watched the international stage closely for years as nation-states compete in an ever-intensifying arms race. Unlike in the past, however, it’s not nuclear weapons or missile caches at the center of the contest. Instead, world superpowers and a number of developing nations have been fortifying their hacking capabilities and targeting one another for multiple ends: intelligence gathering, sabotage, ...

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Cyber Security: You Get What You Pay For

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Sometimes it pays to shop for the absolute lowest price, such as airline tickets, or brand-name consumer products you can get at several locations. Other times — like in houses, cars or healthcare — going too far in the bargain hunt can bite you in the butt. Cyber security is one area in which you simply do not want to ...

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Resistance is Futile; You Must Comply

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No threat actor ever avoided attacking your system because you marked a control as compliant. Yet organizations today are spending ever increasing resources to remain compliant with a myriad of frameworks, including the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) Risk Management Framework (RMF), International Standards Organization (ISO) frameworks, such as ISO 27001, and ISACA’s Control Objectives for Information and ...

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Hacking the Heartland (Part 3): Safeguarding Farming Data


Drive through any stretch of American farmland, and you’ll see miles of reinforced fencing that protects crops and keeps out unauthorized visitors. It’s clear that security is a high priority at these critical purveyors of the U.S. food supply — and, of course, that’s for good reason. However, in an increasingly data-centered world, U.S. farms and agricultural companies have rapidly ...

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