data security

Learning From Silicon Valley About Blockchain Adoption

One of Silicon Valley’s most compelling attributes is its lack of interest in the traditional bottom line. While most companies focus on revenue and profitability, Silicon Valley leaders tend to view valuation as a success barometer. Because of this mindset, Valley-based companies don’t mind taking significant risks as long as they help achieve big-picture visions. …

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Tom Parsons the head of Tenable in Ireland appears on this episode of the Irish Tech News Podcast

I talk to Tom Parsons the head of Tenable in Ireland. Tom talks about the vulnerabilities found in Arlo home cameras, how they can be fixed, and what Tenable do when they discover vulnerabilities,  the Zoom vulnerability that Tenable discovered, and why cloud-based services can be harder to reverse engineer.  Tom also talks about legacy …

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6 Tips for Securing Your Data from Cyber Attacks as a Remote Worker

Did you know that the remote workforce has increased by 140% in the past decade and a half? Here’s what remote work looks like in 2019: The alarm goes off at 8 a.m. on Monday. While other people are already halfway through a hellacious commute, you pad down the hallway to your kitchen to pour …

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Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox Leaked Facebook User Data Caused by Browser Vulnerability

Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox might have inadvertently leaked the Facebook usernames, profile pictures and even the likes of their users because of a side-channel vulnerability. A side-channel vulnerability was discovered in a CSS3 feature dubbed the “mix-blend-mode.” This allowed a hacker to discover the identity of a Facebook account holder using Chrome or Firefox by …

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Cloudflare Makes the Internet More Private With 1.1.1.1 DNS Service

Cloudflare recently announced a way for the public to enjoy faster and more private Internet. The top performance and security company just rolled out 1.1.1.1, the first DNS service of its kind developed specifically around the concept of putting privacy first and foremost. A lot of Internet users are unaware that everything on the web …

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