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Aerohive Networks released worldwide availability plans for its pluggable Wi-Fi access point, the Aerohive Atom AP30. Currently shipping with a Type A/B plug, Aerohive has now announced Type C and G plugs availability for Q3 2018, enabling customers who use the EU or UK-plug type to benefit from Wi-Fi connectivity that can be both deployed, […]

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In 2017, a thermometer in a fish tank at a casino hotel lobby was hacked, enabling attackers to penetrate the casino’s network and transport its “high roller” database to the cloud. In May, 2018, a denial of service attackknocked out a corporate website for four days. The attack was orchestrated through a network of internet […]

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In my role, I’ve had the opportunity to meet with many Federal leaders, and it’s been my experience that security leaders have been viewed as being resistant to new ideas, viewing cybersecurity as a cost center rather than as a potential cost saver, differentiator or even profit center. But I’m seeing that perception change, and […]

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Privacy and security online are one of the top concerns of Americans, especially after numerous massive data breaches (Equifax, Yahoo, Uber) that happened in the past couple of years. According to Pew Research Center, 61% of people would like to do more to protect their privacy online, and 74% would like to be more in […]

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