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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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5 Things You Need to Know About BYOD and Cyber Security


Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies can be a boon for organizations that implement them. Employees can use the same device for both personal and business uses to work from anywhere, which can result in increased productivity. Tasks that employees once had to leave in limbo once they left the office can now be finished outside the workplace and completed without delay. By ...

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Who’s Protecting Your Data From the Government?


Do you ride Uber around town, rent from Airbnb or hire assistance for various tasks from TaskRabbit? If so, you’ve experienced a new and rapidly growing way of doing business, known as the “gig economy.” By connecting potential buyers to those who can provide services, companies within the gig economy have been disruptive to the old guard. They’ve attracted millions ...

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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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