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Take Security Up a Notch By Adding LEDs

All computers are vulnerable to attacks by viruses or black hats, but there are lots of steps that can be taken to reduce risk. At the extreme end of the range is having an ” air-gapped ” computer that doesn’t connect to a network at all, but this isn’t a …

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How Credit Card Fraud Works and How to Stay Safe

It’s common knowledge to keep your credit card safe from impostor, but how does it operate? How do hackers get your card details in the first place? Let’s explore how scammers do credit card scams, and how you can stay safe. How Hackers Get Your Credit Card Number For a …

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Endpoint’s Role in Enterprise Data Protection

Data is a big deal . As the foundation of a modern-day business, data drives organizations’ everyday procedures. It provides insights, indicates tendencies, and informs business decisions. This means assuring an organization’s data is of the utmost importance, especially when it comes to defending against attacks rising out of today’s …

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President Trump ‘repeatedly asked security advisors if nuclear bombs can be dropped on hurricanes’ – Daily Mail

President Trump ‘repeatedly asked security advisors if nuclear bombs can be plunged on hurricanes’ Daily MailTrump reportedly indicated applying nuclear bombs to stop typhoons from striking the US Business InsiderTrump proposes ‘nuking hurricanes’ to stop them hitting America- report The GuardianView full coverage on Google News Read more: dailymail.co.uk

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Takeaways from F8 and Facebook’s next phase

Extra Crunch gives members the opportunity to tune into conference call conducted and moderated by the TechCrunch novelists you read every day. This week, TechCrunch’s Josh Constine and Frederic Lardinois discuss major announcements that came out of Facebook’s F8 conference and dig into how Facebook is trying to redefine itself …

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