Cryptocurrency and the Need for Trust

By Mark B. Cooper, PKI Solutions | December 13, 2018

For the first time in modern history, our civilization is on the verge of a new concept in monetary transactions with cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency could be hugely disruptive to many industries and could completely change money transfer services industries, but trust…

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Oregon cybersecurity gets a boost, Beaverton-based Eclypsium raises $8.75 million

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | December 4, 2018

Oregon’s ecosystem of leading cybersecurity companies throughout the state just got a little stronger today. Today, Beaverton-based Eclypsium, which is pioneering a new type of IT security to protect firmware and hardware, announced that the company has raised $8.75 million…

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Security tips for SMBs for 2019

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | November 30, 2018

Almost every day there are headlines about cybersecurity breaches. Just this week, Marriott announced that its reservation system had been hacked, potentially exposing sensitive customer data for roughly 500 million guests. While breaches with big companies such as Target and…

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How secure were the 2018 mid-term elections?

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | November 9, 2018

Since the 2016 presidential election there has been a steady stream of headlines about how vulnerable our election system is. We’ve heard about hackers infiltrating voting systems and numerous social media channels that have been created as part of massive…

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International community working to define new standard for consumer privacy

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | October 26, 2018

With data breaches occurring at the corporate level (Target, Experian) and privacy issues from social media (Facebook) causing concern, a group of American companies are working together to define international standards for privacy. The group is part of the ISO…

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News roundup: Malware and Cyber Threats Increase, What Can Be Done?

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | October 18, 2018

Malware is a huge problem for companies and government municipalities of all sizes. According to Verizon’s 2018 Breach Investigations report, 92 percent of malware is still delivered by email. The Seattle PI’s Malware Hits Everyone From Small Businesses to Big…

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News roundup: How Bad Passwords Can Foil Good Security

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | October 15, 2018

While companies of all sizes try to find ways to prevent cybersecurity breaches, the key aspect of protecting a company lies with its employees. According to Statista, cybercrime monetary damages totaled $1.33 billion in 2016.  To help combat this growing…

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News roundup: We all need to protect against cyberthreats, all the time

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | October 5, 2018

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, but every month should be since there is no shortage of security breaches. While headlines of security breaches targeting large companies dominate the headlines, small and medium-sized businesses need to remember that they are not…

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The Big Hack: What are the Implications for Oregonians?

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | October 4, 2018

The world of cybersecurity is full of unexpected surprises and attacks that are amazingly inventive and amazingly nefarious all at the same time. We’re talking of course about what’s being called the Big Hack. In an explosive report, Bloomberg is…

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