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How participating in hacking competitions can improve the security culture of a company and the talent of the security team Security Talent is Hard to Find and Even Harder to Keep One of the most-heard complaints from security experts is that often they find their work repetitive...

In January 2017, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) classified electoral systems as “critical infrastructure.” Then-DHS head Jeh Johnson promised the designation wouldn’t mean “a federal takeover, regulation, oversight or intrusion concerning elections in this country.” He said it would instead make electoral systems’...

Moscone Center bulged with over 42,000 attendees as another exciting RSA conference wrapped up last week in San Francisco. There was more than enough key takeaways from this security conference —  we will only cover a few sessions that sparked our interest. This year’s conference included...

RSAC 2018, one of the largest cybersecurity conference events in the world, is almost here. More than any other, this is the place where leading security companies, researchers, CISOs, and their staffs from across the globe come together to talk, learn, present, and speculate about...

In recent years, machine learning has made tremendous strides in the fight against cybercrime. But it’s not foolproof, and criminals have developed techniques to undermine its effectiveness. In today’s adversarial environment, organizations must deploy technologies that are resilient to attacks against machine learning. Machine Learning—Amazing, but...

One could argue that cybercriminals had a real break-out year in 2017. Huge data breaches, new malware techniques, and some headline-grabbing attacks. Our top 10 blog posts demonstrate the interest in what the bad guys are up to, and how to defend against it. From...