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Analysis | The Cybersecurity 202: Coronavirus response is officially a new front in the election security fight – The Washington Post

With Tonya Riley A woman wearing mask and protective gloves leaves after cast her vote during the Florida Democratic primary election in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Eva Marie UZCATEGUI / AFP)  THE KEY The brief detente in partisan bickering over how to ensure people are safe to vote – and …

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COVID-19 For Employers: Cybersecurity And Privacy – Privacy – United States – Mondaq News Alerts

United States: COVID-19 For Employers: Cybersecurity And Privacy 30 March 2020 Womble Bond Dickinson To print this article, all you need is to be registered or login on Mondaq.com. The following content was presented by Tara Cho during a live webinar on March …

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Analysis | The Cybersecurity 202: Cybersecurity experts slam child protection bill that risks rolling back encryption – The Washington Post

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.), a sponsor of the EARN IT Act. (J. Scott Applewhite/AP) THE KEY Congress should abandon a new bill that could be used to roll back encryption as part of an effort to combat the spread of online child pornography, according to an overwhelming …

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Remote Working: Working from home brings a whole new dimension to cybersecurity – Financial Express

With the recent COVID-19 outbreak worldwide, many Indian organisations have allowed their staff to work from home to avoid spreading of the virus. This duty of care seeks to protect the health, safety and security of employees while maintaining business continuity. Yet enterprises need to ensure there is a similar …

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Why Closing Cybersecurity Skill Gap Topmost Priority For IT In 2020 – Inc42 Media

The importance of cybersecurity in such volatile and tremulous times cannot be stressed enough Our present deficiencies may very well become our future incapacity One of the most visible problems that companies face today is the lack of technological acknowledgement Industries across avenues are witnessing an extraordinary cybersecurity skills gap. …

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How businesses can view the Pentagon's new cybersecurity standards – fifthdomain.com

CMMC has become one of the looming issues for defense contractors as Pentagon as looks to fortify, not only its own networks, but those of the defense industrial base. In this op-ed, Johann Dettweiler, director of operations at TalaTek, a risk management firm, offered a frequently asked questions on how …

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How RIAs Can Manage Cybersecurity Risks Amid Coronavirus Disruption – ThinkAdvisor

There are several important steps that RIA firms should be taking now — if they haven’t already — to reduce their risk of cybersecurity issues, especially now that their practices have largely gone remote as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, according to GJ King, president of RIA in a …

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Analysis | The Cybersecurity 202: Nationwide voting by mail will be a massive undertaking say those who've done it – The Washington Post

A box of ballots mailed in for the Washington state primary election. (Ted S. Warren/AP) THE KEY It will take a massive effort of time and resources to increase voting by mail across the nation if the coronavirus pandemic is still jeopardizing in-person voting in November.  And the $400 million …

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Analysis | The Cybersecurity 202: It's probably game over for more election security before November elections – The Washington Post

With Tonya Riley A man stands outside a closed polling station at Schiller Recreation Center in Columbus, Ohio. (Joshua A. Bickel/Columbus Dispatch/AP) THE KEY Lawmakers’ failure to impose any new security rules on state election officials in the $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill probably signals the end of any serious …

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Singapore most exposed, but also most prepared in cybersecurity: Deloitte – ZDNet

Singapore faces the highest cybersecurity risk in Asia-Pacific due to its high internet adoption rate, but it also is the most prepared to deal with it in terms of policies and organisational readiness. On the other end of the spectrum, Indonesia faces the least risk exposure and also is the …

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