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Midyear reports showed a 54 percent increase in breaches over last year with more than 4 billion records compromised. The year is ending with news about breaches impacting customers of Macy’s and T-Mobile. Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+, wasn’t even online for a full day before hackers got in and compromised user accounts. Data breach […]

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Initially, digital biometric data processing systems were used primarily by government agencies and special services (police, customs, etc.). However, the rapid evolution of information technology has made biometric systems accessible for ‘civil’ use. They are increasingly becoming part of our everyday lives, augmenting and replacing traditional authentication methods, such as those based on logins and […]

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All of the cybersecurity programs that we have ever evaluated as part of this series have had one thing in common. None of them ever claimed to be completely, 100% effective in every case. And even if they somehow achieved that goal for a brief snapshot in time, hackers are always advancing their tactics and […]

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