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As a security analyst, you’re probably stuck in the security operations doldrums. You spend 80 percent of your time doing repetitive, administrative tasks and only 20 percent (if you’re lucky!) on investigative, challenging and rewarding work that stops the bad guys and keeps your organization more secure. Security leaders suffer the effects of the security […]

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We’ve all known for a while now that the security of connected cars leaves a lot to be desired.

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A “cybersecurity enthusiast” that goes by VectorSEC on Twitter has published AutoSploit, a Python-based tool that takes advantage of Shodan and Metasploit modules to automate the mass exploitation of remote hosts. Read More

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Mission-Critical Broadband – Why Governments Should Partner with Commercial Operators:
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The Multi-Model Database:
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