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Should enterprise hack back at cybercriminals?

Many organizations are now hacking back at attackers, in an active cyberdefense move. Expert Peter Sullivan explains the possible outcomes and drawbacks of taking action.

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How to prepare for a CISO job interview

When candidates prepare for a CISO job interview, they should know the answer to 12 specific questions. Expert Mike O. Villegas reviews the questions.

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How Docker's application signing authentication works

Docker's recent upgrade introduced support for hardware signing and in the future, automated security analysis on Docker images. Expert Dan Sullivan goes over these new features.

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IPhone vulnerabilities still an issue for Apple, FBI

More fallout from the Apple/FBI conflict: The second iPhone suit was dropped; the FBI can't provide details of a tool used to unlock the San Bernardino shooter's phone.

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    The importance of unstructured data management

    The amount of enterprise unstructured content is growing every year. Expert Sean Martin explains why IAM is an important component of unstructured data management and security.

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    How ModPOS malware works and ways to prevent it

    ModPOS, a new POS malware, compromised millions of credit card accounts in 2015. Expert Nick Lewis explains how cybercriminals use this malware and what can be done to stop it.

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    Trojan horse

    A Trojan horse is a program that appears harmless but is, in fact, malicious. Attackers have long used Trojan horses as a way to trick end users into installing malware.

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    Bitcoin creator remains a mystery

    Craig Wright's second attempt to prove he's the Bitcoin creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, was debunked after fooling the mainstream press, but his motives are still a mystery.

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    IPhone vulnerabilities still an issue for Apple, FBI

    More fallout from the Apple/FBI conflict: The second iPhone suit was dropped; the FBI can't provide details of a tool used to unlock the San Bernardino shooter's phone.

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    PCI DSS 3.2 adds new multifactor authentication requirement

    PCI DSS 3.2 marks the start of refining the payment data regulations, rather than minor changes, and includes requirements to strengthen encryption and multifactor authentication.

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