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June 09 2017

Olympic Medical Center beefs up computer security - Peninsula Daily News


Olympic Medical Center beefs up computer security
Peninsula Daily News
PORT ANGELES — Olympic Medical Center has beefed up its computer security after the “WannaCry” ransomware attack that infected computers across the world last month. OMC Information Technology Manager Sean Johnson told the OMC Board of ...

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Olympic Medical Center beefs up computer security | Peninsula ... - Peninsula Daily News


Olympic Medical Center beefs up computer security | Peninsula ...
Peninsula Daily News
PORT ANGELES — Olympic Medical Center has beefed up its computer security after the “WannaCry” ransomware attack that infected computers across the ...

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June 07 2017

Why Car Companies Are Hiring Computer Security Experts - New York Times


New York Times

Why Car Companies Are Hiring Computer Security Experts
New York Times
But hackers call them computers that travel over 100 miles an hour. “These are no longer cars,” said Marc Rogers, the principal security researcher at the cybersecurity firm CloudFlare. “These are data centers on wheels. Any part of the car that talks ...

June 06 2017

How computer security pros hack the hackers - CSO Online


CSO Online

How computer security pros hack the hackers
CSO Online
I'm a 30-year computer security veteran, always out fighting the good fight, along with tens of thousands of others just like me. Our adversaries are, on average, less smart than we are. This is not to say that all malicious hackers are dumb. That's ...

June 03 2017

June 02 2017

5 ways to test your computer's security - USA Today - USA TODAY


USA TODAY

5 ways to test your computer's security - USA Today
USA TODAY
The moment you log onto the internet, your computer starts its game of Russian Roulette. I know that sounds bleak and frightening, but it's true. Your personal ...

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Ways to test your computer's security - Charleston Post Courier


Charleston Post Courier

Ways to test your computer's security
Charleston Post Courier
So how do you know if the security you set up on your computer really works? Hackers use many different methods to invade your computer, so you'll want to approach the problem from several angles. Think of it like a rancher leaning on the fence to make ...

June 01 2017

Leeds computer security service provider acquired by Claranet ... - Bdaily


Bdaily

Leeds computer security service provider acquired by Claranet ...
Bdaily
Sec-1, the Leeds-based computer security service firm, has been acquired by managed IT services provider Claranet. This acquisition will allow Claranet add ...

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May 31 2017

Leeds computer security service provider acquired by Claranet Group - Bdaily


Bdaily

Leeds computer security service provider acquired by Claranet Group
Bdaily
Sec-1, the Leeds-based computer security service firm, has been acquired by managed IT services provider Claranet. This acquisition will allow Claranet add vulnerability and penetration testing and IT security services to its portfolio. The Claranet ...

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May 27 2017

5 ways to test your computer's security - Komando


Komando

5 ways to test your computer's security
Komando
The moment you log onto the internet, your computer starts its game of Russian Roulette. I know that sounds bleak and frightening, but it's true. Your personal data stored on the hard drive is a magnet for hackers and cybercriminals, and they will stop ...

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5 ways to test your computer's security | Komando.com - Komando


Komando

5 ways to test your computer's security | Komando.com
Komando
The moment you log onto the internet, your computer starts its game of Russian Roulette. That may sound bleak, but it's true. Your personal data on the har…

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May 25 2017

Hackers are hiding computer viruses in film subtitles, security ... - Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

Hackers are hiding computer viruses in film subtitles, security ...
Telegraph.co.uk
Hackers can hide computer viruses in online video subtitles and use them to take control of computers, security experts have warned. The attacks are embedded within the subtitle files that accompany many illegally downloaded films, and easily bypass ...
Kodi and VLC users at risk of hackers hiding viruses in subtitles Wired.co.uk
Hackers Are Hiding Computer Viruses in Film Subtitles to Take ... Newsweek

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May 23 2017

5 Ways To Beef Up Your Computer Security In The Wake Of ... - Huffington Post Canada


Huffington Post Canada

5 Ways To Beef Up Your Computer Security In The Wake Of ...
Huffington Post Canada
If you are running Windows 10, it comes with Windows Defender, which has new security features to detect and prevent viruses and malware from infecting your PC. Unfortunately, the default settings are not optimized for security. For information on how ...
Security Firms Tie WannaCry Ransomware to North Korea Foreign Policy
[Opinion] Cyber threats are inevitable, paralyzing impact is not EUobserver
More evidence points to North Korea in ransomware attack The Australian Financial Review
Inc.com -Isle of Wight Radio -Normangee Star
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May 22 2017

Businesses warned not to be complacent about computer security ... - Bath Chronicle


Bath Chronicle

Businesses warned not to be complacent about computer security ...
Bath Chronicle
The South West's Regional Cyber Crime Unit is warning businesses not to be complacent about computer security following the ransomware attack earlier this ...

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May 21 2017

Ingham County could face $2M cost to boost computer security - ABC 12 News (press release)


ABC 12 News (press release)

Ingham County could face $2M cost to boost computer security
ABC 12 News (press release)
(AP) - (05/21/17) - An Ingham County official is suggesting actions that could cost nearly $2 million to strengthen the county's cybersecurity following a computer network attack last month. County chief information officer Deb Fett says in a memo that ...
Ingham County could face $2M cost to boost computer security ... 9&10 News

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Ingham County Could Face $2M Cost to Boost Computer Security - U.S. News & World Report


Ingham County Could Face $2M Cost to Boost Computer Security
U.S. News & World Report
County chief information officer Deb Fett says in a memo that county government needs to anticipate various scenarios that could compromise its computer network and data. The Lansing State Journal reports (http://on.lsj.com/2q9wpp7 ) the late April ...

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Ingham County could face $2M cost to boost computer security ... - 9&10 News


Ingham County could face $2M cost to boost computer security ...
9&10 News
An Ingham County official is suggesting actions that could cost nearly $2 million to strengthen the county's cybersecurity following a computer network attack last ...

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Normandy senior wins national computer security award - cleveland.com


cleveland.com

Normandy senior wins national computer security award
cleveland.com
This year's BPA contests have led Kyle to the BPA National Leadership Conference at Disney World in the content area of Computer Security. "Part of the requirements for progressing to final competition rounds was passing the Microsoft Technology ...

Rich Warren: When it comes to computer security, be thorough - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette


Rich Warren: When it comes to computer security, be thorough
Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
Apologies for sounding like a nagging parent: Take computer (tablet, smartphone and router) security seriously. While the media breathlessly and continuously report the latest computer hack and malware, most users obliviously continue about their business.

May 19 2017

Ruben Rosario: In praise of computer security geeks - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press


TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Ruben Rosario: In praise of computer security geeks
TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
A cop, a reporter and a computer IT security geek, all pals, walk into a bar. A small crowd of elbow benders surrounds them as they start comparing war stories to see who will pick up the first round. “I stopped a bank robbery today and disarmed the ...
Cyber-crimeWannaCry should make people treat cyber-crime ... The Economist
Marcus Hutchins 'Saved the US' From WannaCry Cyberattack on ... NBCNews.com

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