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Wanted: Employees Willing to Steal Data

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Insider threats are hardly a new problem. As companies increasingly rely on data connected to complex networks, they also rely on their employees to make sure that data stays out of the wrong hands. The trouble is, unlike the hackers lurking outside the corporate network, insiders can directly access sensitive information and critical systems without having to bypass security controls. ...

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Lunarline’s Top 5 Blog Posts of 2016

Another gripping Lunarline cyber security press release

We can all agree that 2016 was a big year marked by some big surprises. In several countries, voters ushered in unexpected changes, enacting dramatic sea changes in their nations’ politics. America’s election resulted in an upset victory for Donald Trump. In sports, the Chicago Cubs won their first World Series since 1908, and the Cleveland Cavaliers brought home the ...

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The Cyber World War: Is It Already Here?

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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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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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