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Participants can earn up to $100,000 for finding severe flaws in Microsoft's Linux-based Azure Sphere IoT operating system. Azure Sphere was unveiled in April 2018 as a means to improve security for devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT). It's made up of three parts: connected microcontrollers, a Linux-based OS and custom kernel to power them, and a security service to protect the connected devices....

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The Coronavirus crisis introduces critical operational challenges to business continuity, placing high stress on organisations' management. As a result, CIOs and CISOs face a double challenge on the cyber risk front – apart from the new risks that the mass transfer of employees working remotely brings, capturing the management mindshare for further investments in security becomes harder than ever. The Definitive Corona Cyber Security for Management PPT...

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Records Management is intended to help businesses manage security and data governance as more struggle to handle increased amounts of data and regulatory requirements. Microsoft today announced the general availability of Records Management in Microsoft 365, a new tool built to help businesses protect and manage sensitive data. Many struggle to create strong security, privacy, and risk capabilities, especially as the pandemic shifts operations. A new Harvard...

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In the last few months, multiple groups of attackers successfully compromised corporate email accounts of at least 156 high-ranking officers at various firms based in Germany, the UK, Netherlands, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Dubbed 'PerSwaysion,' the newly spotted cyberattack campaign leveraged Microsoft file-sharing services—including Sway, SharePoint, and OneNote—to launch highly targeted phishing attacks. According to a report Group-IB Threat Intelligence team published today and shared with The...

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Learn about what a Software as a Service, or SaaS, company is and why it may make sense for your organisation in this week’s Data Protection 101, our series on the fundamentals of information security. A SaaS company is a company that hosts an application and makes it available to customers over the internet. SaaS stands for Software as a Service. This infers that the software...

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