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It was a huge wake-up call for the cybersecurity community: Weak security could have deadly consequences. In 2011, Jay Radcliffe took the stage at Black Hat USA to present deeply personal, and frightening, news — insulin pumps, like the exact one he wore, could be hacked and used to harm or kill. The implications of […]

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In the wake of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, owners and managers of tall buildings scrambled to improve the security of their assets, their tenants, and the millions of visitors that frequented their sites annually. In a rush to enhance the security and safety of their buildings, along with the people who occupied […]

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If most of your business’ data and workloads are handled on public clouds, it can be easy to forget about the onsite servers. With office buildings empty, employees may assume the servers are protected by the same physical security as the rest of the facility. However, physical security has its own considerations, and paying careful […]

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