Don't worry, elections are safe. Our Security Researcher Cameron Camp provide us highlights from the DEF CON 30 conference.
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The Sender Policy Framework can’t help prevent spam and phishing if you allow billions of IP addresses to send as your domain
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The digital skills gap, especially in cybersecurity, is not a new phenomenon. This problematic is now exacerbate by the prevalence of burnout, which was presented at Black Hat USA 2022
Windows used to be the big talking point when it came to exploits resulting in mass casualties. Nowadays, talks turned to other massive attack platforms like #cloud and cars
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The NHS was victim of a potential cyberattack, which raises the question of the impact of those data breach for the public.
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Our Security evangelist's take on this first day of Black Hat 2022, where cyberdefense was on every mind.
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Tinder, Bumble or Grindr - popular dating apps depend heavily on your location, personal data, and loose privacy settings. Find out how to put yourself out there safely by following our suggested settings tweaks.
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A deep-dive in Zero-trust, to help you navigate in a zero-trust world and further secure your organization.