Tag: Security

How Changing Technology Affects Security

Security is a tradeoff, a balancing act between attacker and defender. Unfortunately, that balance is never static. Changes in technology affect both sides. Society uses new technologies to decrease what I call the scope of defection — what attackers can get away with — and attackers use new technologies to increase it. What’s interesting is the difference between how the two groups incorporate new technologies.

Changes in security systems can be slow. Society has to implement any new security technology as a group, which implies agreement and coordination and — in some instances — a lengthy bureaucratic procurement process. Meanwhile, an attacker can just use the new technology. For example, at the end of the horse-and-buggy era, it was easier for a bank robber to use his new motorcar as a getaway vehicle than it was for a town’s police department to decide it needed a police car, get the

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Computer Security Act of 1987

Computer Security Act of 1987

In 1987, the U.S. Congress, led by Rep. Jack Brooks, enacted a law reaffirming that the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST), a division of the Department of Commerce, was responsible for the security of unclassified, non-military government computer systems. Under the law, the role of the National Security Agency (NSA) was limited to providing technical assistance in the civilian security realm. Congress rightly felt that it was inappropriate for a military intelligence agency to have control over the dissemination of unclassified information.

The law was enacted after President Reagan issued the controversial National Security Decision Directive (NSDD) 145 in 1984. The Reagan directive gave NSA control over all government computer systems containing “sensitive but unclassified” information. This was followed by a second directive issued by National Security Advisor John Poindexter that extended NSA authority over non-government computer systems.

Since the enactment of the

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Cox Internet, Cable TV, Phone and Smart Home and Security

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Kevin Mitnick & The Global Ghost Team Security Consulting

“We would need to give out FREE PUPPIES this year to match the record crowds and excitement that Kevin Mitnick generated at our tradeshow booth last year, so, we just booked him again!” -VMWare

“Kevin’s talk was a huge hit. He was charming, funny and definitely in the zone. The talk covered his early childhood pranks, illuminating how he developed the hacker instinct that ultimately got him into trouble.” – Microsoft

“In two weeks, $4 billion worth of our data and intellectual property was sitting in front of me on an external drive! My own team told me nothing was missing, the same team that had said hacking us would be impossible.” -CEO, Fortune 500 Software Company

“Delegates at the event gave Kevin a rating of 98% for content and 98% for delivery. I’m sure you will agree with me the scores were sensational.”

“Kevin has a unique ability to

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Computer Security | FTC Consumer Information

Scammers, hackers and identity thieves are looking to steal your personal information – and your money. But there are steps you can take to protect yourself, like keeping your computer software up-to-date and giving out your personal information only when you have good reason.

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Update Your Software. Keep your software – including your operating system, the web browsers you use to connect to the Internet, and your apps – up to date to protect against the latest threats. Most software can update automatically, so make sure to set yours to do so.

Outdated software is easier for criminals to break into. If you think you have a virus or bad software on your computer, check out how to detect and get rid of malware.

Protect Your Personal Information. Don’t hand it out to just anyone. Your Social Security number, credit card numbers, and bank and utility account numbers can be

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Sucuri SiteCheck – Free Website Security Check & Malware Scanner

Enter a URL (ex. sucuri.net) and the Sucuri SiteCheck scanner will check the website for known malware, viruses, blacklisting status, website errors, out-of-date software, and malicious code.

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Remote scanners have limited access and results are not guaranteed. For a full scan, contact our team.

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Detect malicious code and infected file locations by scanning your external website source code.

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See if your website is blacklisted by website security authorities such as Google, PhishTank, etc.

Find Out-of-Date Software & Plugins

Identify if your website is running an outdated CMS or vulnerable plugins and extensions.

Detect Website Security Issues

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Internet Security Software | Trend Micro

Internet Security Software | Trend Micro


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Date published: 2020-03-03


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