6 keys to MongoDB database security

Security is a trending topic again, thanks to recent data leaks involving big corporations. For example, as , Chinese companies have leaked an astonishing 590 million resumes. Most of the...

Foiled! 15 tricks to hold off the hackers

Malicious hackers have outsize reputations. They are über-geniuses who can guess any password in seconds, hack any system, and cause widespread havoc across multiple, unrelated networks with a single keystroke—or...

Is it time to kill the pen test? | Salted Hash Ep 22

Host Steve Ragan reports from the show floor at RSA 2018, talking with guest Adrian Sanabria, director of research at Savage Security, about de-emphasizing network penetration tests to put more...

Get a hands-on, inside look at the dark web | Salted Hash Ep 25

Reporting from RSA 2018, host Steve Ragan helps dispel the hype and confusion surrounding the dark web, as he talks with Alon Arvatz, co-founder at IntSights.

Scammers spoof Office 365, DocuSign and others | Salted Hash Ep 21

As phishing attacks evolve, hackers are using customization and targeted scams to ensnare users. Asaf Cidon, vice president, email security services at Barracuda, talks with host Steve Ragan about the...

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Carbon Monoxide is odorless, tasteless and invisible, and it accounts for over 72,000 cases of poisoning each year. Kidde calls  "worry free" because its sensor and sealed battery provide 10...

How to get the most cloud security

is internal negligence due to poor training, according to the Ponemon Institute.But when the staff is educated and instructed on the proper practices, the risk of cyberattacks or data...

Salted Hash: Kaspersky Lab, U.S. Cyber Command, Hollywood hacking and ransomware

CSO Online | Sep 5, 2017 Reporters Steve Ragan and Fahmida Rashid unpack the hottest topics in the security realm: Kaspersky Lab's Russia connection, the new status for the U.S. Cyber...

Cybercriminals prefer to chat over Skype

Law enforcement and government officials don’t like encrypted peer-to-peer chat platforms such as WhatsApp and Jabber because it is harder to eavesdrop on what cybercriminals are planning. But according to...

Security-as-a-service model gains traction

With mid-market companies feeling an increasing need to devote time and resources to network security, the security-as-a-service model is gaining traction, according to new research released yesterday by ."The security...

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