Get Back to Basics Before You Get Pwned

Jayme Hancock

Written By: Jayme Hancock

May 23, 2017

Views: 847

Over the past week, we’ve seen that a lack of basic security practices can make systems administrators at organizations of all sizes WannaCry.

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5 Things To Know About GDPR

Ryan Hogan

Written By: Ryan Hogan

May 01, 2017

Views: 403

The GDPR has significant requirements and can lead to hefty (possibly catastrophic) fines for non-compliance. If you have employees, partners, customers, or customer prospects in the EU you need to ensure their data is properly handled and protected.

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Defense in Depth for Systems Administrators

Jayme Hancock

Written By: Jayme Hancock

March 16, 2017

Views: 573

Defense in Depth is a complex topic, and many of the available resources target senior executives or information security professionals. How does a systems administrator implement defense in depth within the scope of their job, focus on what matters, and plan for failure of each security control?

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Practical Advice for SHA-1

Adam Caudill

Written By: Adam Caudill

February 24, 2017

Views: 800

Today a long-awaited announcement was made, Google released the first full SHA-1 collision. For those in the cryptography community, it was widely expected that such a break would occur this year; the flaws that allow the attack have been known since 2005 and academic work has been going on since then to produce a full collision.

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