A rapid, disorganized shift to the cloud can open the door to data theft, ransomware, malware, and other cyberattacks, says IBM X-Force.
Restaurants Opening in COVID-19 Era Need New Security Solutions As New England restaurants begin reopening to the new normal, their owners and managers are discovering new uncertainties and risks. New regulations and policies for hygiene add complexity to an already difficult business. As noted in a prior blog, some patrons are impatient or unwilling to […]
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(If You Think Multi-Factor Authentication Prevents Credential Stuffing, Think Again!) Financial services firms around the world are experiencing credential stuffing attacks at an alarming rate. Cybercriminals are using readily available automation tools, botnets, and compromised account credentials to mount increasingly…
I’m looking to set up a security system for my house at some point in the near future, and the recommendations on this sub seem to be all over the place when it comes to “what budget camera should I get?”.
A lot of the good quality looking POE cameras I’ve seen are over $200 CAD per camera which seems a bit expensive, and I don’t know what companies I should look at when it comes to budget-tier cameras.
Also, I’d rather buy the cameras individually as I already have a DIY NVR ready to use.
An obscure Indian company operated a scheme targeting banks, non-profits, politicians and journalists all over the world, a report says
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Gen. Frank McKenzie, head of U.S. Central Command, said the U.S. is ahead of schedule for an initial drawdown by July to 8,600 troops.
Activists say the Toronto police chief helped maintain the status quo.