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Context Matters: Using Machine Learning for Adaptive Authentication

Imagine an individual attempting to impersonate an employee and walking into your office to steal intellectual property.  ...

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Human Error Caused 52 Percent of Cybersecurity Incidents in the Industrial Sector in 2018

Employee errors or unintentional actions were behind 52 percent of incidents affecting operational technology and industrial control system (OT/ICS) networks last year, according to a new Kaspersky report “State of Industrial Cybersecurity 2019”. ...

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ASIS Announces Keynote Speaker for GSX 2019

Dr. Ian Bremmer, Expert on Global Geopolitics and Political Risk, will open the Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2019, to be held September 8-12 at Chicago’s McCormick Place. ...

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Fla. Department of Education Budget for 2020 Includes $100 Million For Mental Health

The Florida Department of Education’s budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year, which began July 1, includes $100 million in mental-health spending.  ...

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Futurizing IoT Security for Smart Cities

Many view smart cities as the future of urban living, promising to boost the efficiency and effectiveness of city services and the quality of life for residents while helping cities keep pace with growth and the associated pressure on aging infrastructures. ...

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SMB Considerations When Facing a Third-Party Security Assessment

Outsourcing by companies has been an area of growth for many years, and the trend does not seem to be slowing down. For example, Gartner is forecasting a 17 percent growth in public cloud use worldwide in 2019. Leading the way is infrastructure-as-a-service or (IaaS) with an expected 27 percent growth alone. ...

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DeAngela Burns-Wallace Named Chief Information Technology Officer for Kansas

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly has named DeAngela Burns-Wallace as the state's new Chief Information Technology Officer for the Kansas Office of Information Technology Services (OITS).  ...

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