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Citrix’ Undetected Hackers Are Why You Need Anomaly Detection

It’s been reported that Citrix’ internal networks were attacked for six months before the breach was discovered. Citrix officials stated that the hackers “removed files from our systems, which may have included files containing information about our current and former employees and, in limited cases, information about beneficiaries and/or dependents.” Apparently, that information may have […]

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Do Data Leaks Have to Be So Common?

Just as you would protect your physical assets by locking the doors to your shop, the data that is stored and transacted in your cloud must also be secured like valuable assets. The problem, however, is that data changes, assets are spun up on the fly, and change is continuous. Data is used with such […]

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Why Organizations Are Still Learning From the Uber Breach

Why Organizations Are Still Learning From the Uber Breach

Photo by Dan Freeman on Unsplash This has been a rough month for Vasile Mereacre and Brandon Glover. These two gentlemen were arrested for their parts as the hackers who stole millions of users’ data from Uber in 2016, and were also indicted on federal hacking and extortion charges for stealing user data from 55,000 […]

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I Read the News Today, Oh Boy

Photo by Flemming Fuchs on Unsplash Every morning, I begin my day with the same routine I’ve had for many years. You and I aren’t that close yet, so I won’t go into the specifics of my dawn activities, but I can safely divulge that it involves fleece, coffee, and a quick scan of the […]

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