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Every business needs to have a process in place for handling security vulnerability reports, but some organizations take a much more proactive approach to dealing with security researchers. An increasing number of hardware and software vendors have formal bug bounty programs. Google, for example, runs its own vulnerability rewards program, and Microsoft has multiple bug […]

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The Hartford FInancial Services Group, Inc., a Fortune 500 investment and insurance firm also known as “The Hartford”, plans to consider pricing cyberinsurance rates for some customers based on how secure Microsoft says their Office 365 setting are. Microsoft recently announced that it will be scoring some of its commercial customers’ Office 365 security settings. […]

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Everyone acknowledges the abundance of malware today. It’s not someone else’s problem in some distant country; it’s everywhere. According to Kaspersky Lab, in 2016, 31.9% of computers were attacked at least once. In 2016, Kaspersky Lab solutions repelled 758,044,650 attacks launched from online resources located all over the world. Web antivirus components recognized 261,774,932 unique […]

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Small business owners operate in an online world of opportunities — and threats. Those dangers are the effect of fraudsters, thieves, hackers and bots with a singular mission: To deceive customers, thereby depriving a company of a sale, while reaping the rewards of their own game of misdirection and corruption. On the one hand, we […]

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