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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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Cyber Security: Make a Midyear Assessment

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We are halfway through 2016, making right now the perfect time for your organization to reassess, regroup and readjust to finish the year strong. No, we’re not talking about a new marketing plan or an organizational redo — we’re talking about putting in a solid cyber defense plan that will put you in good standing for the rest of 2016 ...

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Combating the Latest Advanced Malware Attacks

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Malware is a persistent cyber security problem that continues to grow, both in the sophistication of exploits and in the breadth of their application. In 2014, advanced malware programs targeting mobile platforms, and particularly the android operating system, grew exponentially. And combined statistics for mobile and desktop platforms show that Malware hackers have made a considerable push forward, with an ...

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Stuxnet – A Lesson in Combating Modern Cyber Warfare

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The threat of cyber attacks is more prevalent today than ever before. Criminals and government organizations are in a fierce battle that many don’t notice until the aftermath. Credit cards and personal information are leaked from large companies and the breaches are widely publicized by the media. However, there’s another, less publicized type of cyber warfare occurring…and these strategic attacks often ...

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