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NordVPN's 5 cybersecurity predictions for 2019 – Bizcommunity.com

Cybersecurity threats will keep getting worse in 2019. It’s not an easy task to remember a week in 2018 without a major data leak or security breach. Passwords were leaking, new sophisticated malware attacks were spreading, data was breached, and governments around the world once again overturned privacy rules. NordVPN’s …

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It's time for the federal government to incentivize cybersecurity – Accounting Today

It should come as no surprise to learn that cybercrime is on track to cost the global economy more than $600 billion in 2018. What is surprising, however, is that many of the organizations contributing to such economic peril are not of Fortune 1000 status, but rather they are the …

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DICT launches Cybersecurity Management System Project for gov't agencies – Rappler

The project is a unified platform with which the DICT can assist government agencies with cybersecurity concerns Published 3:27 PM, January 16, 2019 Updated 3:27 PM, January 16, 2019 CYBERSECURITY PROJECT. George Barcelon, left, president of ICS, and Allan Cabanlong, DICT assistant secretary for cybersecurity at the launch of DICT’s …

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GCHQ-backed Cybersecurity courses for young people triple entrant numbers – The Irish News

A cybersecurity skills programme run by GCHQ to encourage more young people to enter the industry says participation has risen 300% since its launch in 2016. The CyberFirst programme, which is run by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), offers a range of courses, competitions and student bursaries for 11-to-17-year-olds. …

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Cybersecurity: Choosing ML Over AI Today For Good Reasons – Forbes

Are you jaded by the overuse of Artificial Intelligence (AI) – with vendors instilling either fear or faith? In the cybersecurity domain, we see CISOs investing in Machine Learning (ML), but remaining justifiably skeptical of AI. Here’s why. Machine learning – a building block for AI – lets augmented analytics …

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Thales unveils Ebbw Vale cyber security research base – BBC News

Image copyright Thales/Q Reytinas Image caption Naval defence technology being demonstrated at a trade show A major technology company is setting up a £20m research and development centre in south Wales. French-owned Thales works in the defence, aerospace and transport industries and already operates from 12 locations elsewhere in the …

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MSP Merger: Simpatico, TeksInc Blend Cybersecurity, Managed Network Services – ChannelE2E

by Joe Panettieri • Jan 13, 2019 Simpatico and TeksInc are merging. The business combination gives customers across Texas and California a portfolio of cybersecurity, physical security, managed network services, and consulting services, the two MSPs say. Financial terms were not disclosed. Simpatico is a cybersecurity & IT services company …

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Japan cybersecurity minister who doesn’t use computers now admits he doesn’t get cybersecurity either – The Washington Post

Yoshitaka Sakurada, who was appointed in a cabinet reshuffle in October, also serves as minister for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. (Koji Sasahara/AP) Simon Denyer Tokyo bureau chief covering Japan, North Korea and South Korea. November 23, 2018 TOKYO — Japan’s cybersecurity minister, who gained global notoriety last week when …

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From new barracks to temporary classrooms, Corry Station is growing rapidly – Pensacola News Journal

Melissa Nelson Gabriel, Pensacola News Journal Published 7:00 a.m. CT Jan. 12, 2019 CLOSE VIDEO: Pensacola’s Corry Station expanding classrooms and barracks Gregg Pachkowski, Pensacola News Journal Sailors in fatigues marched one direction Thursday afternoon at Naval Air Station Pensacola’s Corry Station as sailors in workout clothes jogged around them.  The first …

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Demand for cybersecurity first responders rises as salaries shoot up – ETtech.com

As cybersecurity’s importance grows among organizations, a new role that has emerged and is in demand across technology companies is that of cybersecurity first responders (CFR), who are increasingly being hired at junior and mid levels, according to HR experts. These professionals are the first line of defence when an …

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