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Security Boulevard is the home of the Security Bloggers Network (SBN). Over 450 member blogs strong; the Security Bloggers Network has been promoting and distributing some of the leading bloggers content in the security space for over 15 years. The site contains over 30,000 posts from the SBN and growing every day. Security Boulevard hosts a variety of articles, videos, podcasts and custom content, all designed to educate, inform and engage.

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  • Fake News? Trump’s Twitter ‘Twice Hacked’
    by Richi Jennings on October 23, 2020

    President’s Twitter account broken into by Dutch hacker—or so the Dutch hacker claims. The post Fake News? Trump’s Twitter ‘Twice Hacked’ appeared first on Security Boulevard.

  • How the Cloud Could Improve Vendor Access Management
    by Tony Howlett on October 23, 2020

    At first, it may seem antithetical to consider deploying a vendor access management system in the cloud. After all, you are trying to provide access for third parties to internal systems, and whether it’s a VPN concentrator or a vendor privileged access management (VPAM) system, these devices typically sit inside or on your DMZ. However,.. The post How the Cloud Could Improve Vendor Access Management appeared first on Security Boulevard.

  • 5 Ways to Protect Online Learning Environments
    by Topher Tebow on October 23, 2020

    As most schools continue to provide online learning during COVID-19, here are some ways to keep students and systems protected Remote work has become a way of life for many office and call center employees in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the school year began this fall for most students, it became clear.. The post 5 Ways to Protect Online Learning Environments appeared first on Security Boulevard.

  • Keeping HR Data Secure in a Time of Data Breaches
    by Chris Bruce on October 22, 2020

    Risk management has never been more important, especially at a time when data breaches continue to increase. There are numerous high-profile examples involving the theft of employee data. Identity fraud cases exceed 10 million annually, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. More than 4 billion records were breached in the first half of.. The post Keeping HR Data Secure in a Time of Data Breaches appeared first on Security Boulevard.

  • How To Tackle the 5 Biggest Enterprise IoT Security Challenges
    by Joseph Chukwube on October 21, 2020

    The proliferation of IoT devices, particularly in the workplace, has left businesses with a new set of security challenges to deal with. For any company considering investing in IoT devices, it is important to understand the nature of these challenges and how to address them. One of the biggest challenges to enterprise IoT adoption is.. The post How To Tackle the 5 Biggest Enterprise IoT Security Challenges appeared first on Security Boulevard.

  • HPSCI Takes Misinformation, Conspiracy Theories Hearing Online
    by Christopher Burgess on October 21, 2020

    The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence held a virtual hearing on the topic of Misinformation and Conspiracy Theories with an august panel of specialists well-steeped in how disinformation and misinformation are created, amplified and consumed. The hearing underscored misinformation and conspiracy as both domestic and international issues with respect to the United States. The.. The post HPSCI Takes Misinformation, Conspiracy Theories Hearing Online appeared first on Security Boulevard.

  • GRU Agents Indicted for Hacking Multiple Targets
    by Richi Jennings on October 20, 2020

    The DoJ has charged six Russians, allegedly working for the GRU, with a huge range of computer crimes. The post GRU Agents Indicted for Hacking Multiple Targets appeared first on Security Boulevard.

  • Securing DevOps Using Deception and Denial
    by Carolyn Crandall on October 20, 2020

    As organizations increasingly utilize DevOps for software development and IT operations, DevOps environments have become a priority target for would-be cybercriminals. Throughout the development process, it is critical to continually assess whether attackers have injected malicious code into the environment, and the nature of DevOps development can make this a challenge. DevOps works according to.. The post Securing DevOps Using Deception and Denial appeared first on Security Boulevard.

  • The CISO’s Role in Improving PCI DSS Compliance
    by Sue Poremba on October 20, 2020

    The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) has been around in one form or another for more than 20 years. Protecting consumers from potential credit card fraud has taken on new focus during the pandemic as many companies are forced to rely on e-commerce to remain viable and more consumers are conducting business.. The post The CISO’s Role in Improving PCI DSS Compliance appeared first on Security Boulevard.

  • Cloudflare Unfurls Secure Network as a Service Platform
    by Michael Vizard on October 19, 2020

    Cloudflare has launched a wave of platforms and updates to the networking services it provides as part of accelerating the shift toward zero-trust IT environments using a virtual private network (VPN) based on a Wireguard protocol that is optimized for data encryption. The implementation of that VPN by Cloudguard is known as WARP. Company CEO.. The post Cloudflare Unfurls Secure Network as a Service Platform appeared first on Security Boulevard.

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