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DDLS introduces new cyber security course for non-IT pros – ARNnet

DDLS CEO, Jon Lang Credit: DDLS Corporate information and communication technology (ICT) and cyber security training provider, DDLS, is introducing a new cyber security course aimed at people with no formal ICT background. The Certified Cybersecurity Professional course will be delivered and endorsed by the Australian Institute of ICT (AIICT), …

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Analysis | The Cybersecurity 202: Arrested Iowa hackers spark alarm among security pros – Washington Post

An aerial view of the Iowa State Capitol at sunrise. (KC McGinnis for The Washington Post) THE KEY Shockwaves are rippling through the cybersecurity community after researchers hired to test the digital and physical defenses of Iowa county courthouses ended up facing criminal charges instead. The researchers from Coalfire were arrested …

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Hofstra flips switch on next-level cybersecurity center – Innovate Long Island

By GREGORY ZELLER // With cybercrime on the rise, Hofstra University students will join the fight – and the future cybersecurity workforce. On Tuesday, smack-dab in the middle of National Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week, inside its C.V. Starr Hall, the Hempstead-based university cut the ribbon on its state-of-the-art Cybersecurity Innovation …

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“Certifications validate the knowledge and skills acquired in a cybersecurity course” – CISO MAG

Julien Legrand, Operation Security Manager, Société Générale, is an experienced cybersecurity specialist, application security leader, technology writer and international speaker with a strong combination of business leadership and technical background, focused on risk management, security assessment, identity and access management, penetration testing and cryptography.  He started his journey with SFR …

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Parabellum: OT Cybersecurity for a Power Plant, a CISO Case Study – MarketScale Industries

Promoted Content Edy Almer, VP of Products, Cyberbit, and Yoav Sagi, Infrastructure Manager and CISO, OPC Energy conducted a CISO case study webinar on cybersecurity for power plants. Sagi conducted a major portion of the webinar presentation. He outlined the main concern for power plants, which is the ability to …

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Cybersecurity puts managed services industry at a crossroads – TechTarget

The managed services industry is constantly pushing MSPs to pivot toward the latest market trends, but the pivot to cybersecurity is taking on a different and more urgent tone. ConnectWise Inc.’s IT Nation Connect 2019 conference, held from Oct. 30 to Nov. 1 in Orlando, Fla., stressed that managed service …

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How the Space Cybersecurity Working Group fosters communication – fifthdomain.com

In September 2018, the Trump administration added space cybersecurity to the National Cyber Strategy. Of course, adding space cybersecurity to a strategy document doesn’t automatically make those systems secure from cyberthreats. In the year since that document was adopted, the Space Cybersecurity Working Group has been trying to make the …

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AI Stats News: Humans Plus AI 20X More Effective In Cybersecurity Defense Than Traditional Methods – Forbes

Recent surveys, studies, forecasts and other quantitative assessments of the progress of AI highlighted the role of augmented intelligence, combining human intelligence with artificial intelligence to produce better results in cybersecurity defense and in getting more business value from the use of IoT data. With AI, companies are able to …

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Businesses know cybersecurity is bad, but still aren't sure how to fix it – CSO Australia

Credit: Illustration 93326447 © Vs1489 – Dreamstime.com The overall risk posed by cybersecurity threats has increased over the past 12 months and adoption of cloud technologies is by far the biggest reason, according to new research that found just 31 percent of organisations can mitigate a new risk within a …

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“Why the Low Investment?” Asks Gov’t, in Cybersecurity Call for Evidence – Computer Business Review

Add to favorites “We are reviewing the current spectrum of government interventions” How effective is the NIS policy? Why is there no “strong commercial rationale for investment in cybersecurity?” What kind of policy proposals could fill gaps in British organisations’ risk management? The government would like answers to these questions and …

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