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How the Government Shutdown Has Affected Cybersecurity

Getting back in the groove after the longest government shutdown in United States history was only the beginning for those affected by the work stoppage of late 2018. Upon return 35 days later, furloughed cybersecurity personnel were met with expired software licenses and weeks of unanalyzed network activity logs. Not to mention colleagues suffering from …

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Black Mirror: The Future it Paints for Cyber Security

Netflix’s Black Mirror takes us to brilliant alternate realities where advanced technology poses dramatic consequences and blurs ethical lines. While some of these technologies seem futuristic and outlandish, some Black Mirror concepts aren’t a far stretch from today’s technological capabilities. It’s no secret that advances in tech can come with cyber security complications. Here are …

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6 of the Worst Cybersecurity Breaches since Equifax

On September 7, 2017, credit-monitoring giant Equifax revealed that unauthorized access to its credit-report databases had led to the breach of sensitive personal information of more than 143 million people. By March of 2018, that number had grown to an estimated 148 million affected. In the post-Equifax age, cybersecurity breaches continue to mount and cause …

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