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On Technologies for Automatic Facial Recognition

Schneier on Security

Interesting article on technologies that will automatically identify people: With technology like that on Mr. Leyvand’s head, Facebook could prevent users from ever forgetting a colleague’s name, give a reminder at a cocktail party that an acquaintance had kids to ask about or help find someone at a crowded conference.

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NSFOCUS Innovative DDoS Protection Technology Secures Your Network Perimeter

Security Boulevard

However, technology also enables more sophisticated and harmful network attacks. DDoS attacks threaten […] The post NSFOCUS Innovative DDoS Protection Technology Secures Your Network Perimeter appeared first on NSFOCUS, Inc., a global network and cyber security leader, protects enterprises and carriers from advanced cyber attacks.

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On Chinese-Owned Technology Platforms

Schneier on Security

I am a co-author on a report published by the Hoover Institution: “ Chinese Technology Platforms Operating in the United States.”

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Data leak at fintech giant Direct Trading Technologies

Security Affairs

Sensitive data and trading activity of over 300K traders leaked online by international fintech firm Direct Trading Technologies. Direct Trading Technologies, an international fintech company, jeopardized over 300K traders by leaking their sensitive data and trading activity, thereby putting them at risk of an account takeover.

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Making Software Pirates Pay: An E-Commerce Playbook

How you can leverage technology to identify unpaid use and reach unpaid users with targeted in-application messaging that will drive conversions. This playbook will show you: Why you should pursue a strategy of converting unpaid users into paying customers.

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The Vulnerability Management Stack: 5 Essential Technologies

Security Boulevard

The post The Vulnerability Management Stack: 5 Essential Technologies appeared first on Security Boulevard. Vulnerability management encompasses hardware vulnerabilities, misconfigurations and other weaknesses a threat actor could potentially exploit.

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Intel is Maintaining Legacy Technology for Security Research

Schneier on Security

Interesting : Intel’s issue reflects a wider concern: Legacy technology can introduce cybersecurity weaknesses. Tech makers constantly improve their products to take advantage of speed and power increases, but customers don’t always upgrade at the same pace.

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Monetization Monitor: Monetization Models and Pricing 2020

Reliable insights aren’t getting easier as technology evolves. While these might do the job to help enforce usage limits, they generally fall short on monetization model flexibility (the ability to implement a new model) or usage insights (the ability to see how a product is being used). Fast innovation (SaaS, IoT, etc.)

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Beware of Pixels & Trackers on U.S. Healthcare Websites

This report offers insights for cybersecurity, compliance, and privacy executives at healthcare organizations, as well as for policymakers and auditors.

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Software Composition Analysis: The New Armor for Your Cybersecurity

Speaker: Blackberry, OSS Consultants, & Revenera

Today’s technology leaders play a more strategic role in establishing cybersecurity strategy for their organizations. Software is complex, which makes threats to the software supply chain more real every day. In the U.S. alone, cyber losses totaled $10.3 billion in 2022.

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How Preparation and Strategy Can Be Used to Fight and Defeat Any Ransomware Attack

Speaker: Karl Camilleri, Cloud Services Product Manager at phoenixNAP

As a result, data protection needs to be a concern for most banks, businesses, and information technology specialists. million attacks, the threat marked a 148% increase compared to 2020 and was the most expensive year on record! It’s mindboggling, but right now for 49% of respondents, cybersecurity is their primary business concern.