Cyber News Roundup: Is it time to do a security checkup?

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | September 21, 2018

As security breaches become commonplace, it’s important that C-level executives and board members not only understand the impact that a breach can have, but understand where their organizations need to strengthen their security structure. Now might be the right time…

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Cyber News Roundup: All companies, big and small, can protect against cybersecurity challenges

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | September 14, 2018

When it comes to cybersecurity, companies of all sizes are faced with a number of challenges. Information Age’s A CTO guide: The main challenges facing the cyber security industry sheds some light. The author spoke with a variety of Chief…

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8 Ways to Create a Sustainable Security Culture in Banking or Any Industry

By Toni Overton, Redhawk Network Security | September 11, 2018

“Cybercrime is the greatest threat to every company in the world,” says Ginny Rometty, IBM’s chairman, president and CEO. She is right. A cyberattack occurs every 39 seconds, according to a recent University of Maryland study. Your leadership may not…

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Cyber News Roundup: Cybersecurity best practices from the trenches

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | September 7, 2018

As cybersecurity headlines continue, it’s nice to know that McAfee’s cybersecurity advanced threat research team is hard at work tracking the latest cyberthreats. The team of computer experts, based in Hillsboro, Oregon, spend their days breaking into various systems. Oregon…

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Cyber News Roundup: The latest cyberthreats in Oregon: ways to protect yourself

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | August 31, 2018

Cybersecurity threats are not just reserved for companies and political hacking. Many times, they involve theft of personal data and money from ATM machines. Recently in Warrenton, Oregon, a man noticed something unusual at an ATM. According to the Daily…

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Cyber News Roundup: Cybersecurity preparedness for home and small business

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | August 24, 2018

Every few weeks, a new cybersecurity breach occurs in business or in government. Cybercrime is on the rise, whether it’s based on stealing personal data and making a profit, political espionage, or the ego boost that hackers get when they…

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OSU Professor Plays Key Role On Winning Team at DEF CON 2018

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | August 23, 2018

An Oregon State University professor played a key role in the team that won big at the 26th annual DEF CON 2018 conference, one of the world’s largest hacking conventions. The DEFKOR00t team that included Dr. Yeong Jin Jang of…

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Cyber News Roundup: Cybersecurity talent runs deep in Portland

By Brian Edwards, News Editor | August 16, 2018

Portland continues to be a hotbed of talent for the cybersecurity market. Companies like PKI Solutions and Galois are well known throughout the cybersecurity industry for their innovative solutions and call the Rose City home. You can add Twistlock to…

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Are You Overexposed and Underprepared? Five Reasons to Consider SIEM

By Tyler Hardison, Redhawk | August 16, 2018

Who are the biggest targets for hackers and cybercriminals? You are. Intruders are finding the holes in your network, your devices, your applications—and they are accessing your data. The majority of organizations do not have the security resources or the…

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